This Week in Native Ads

This Week in Native Ads 02/05

Campaign of the Week: Hands-On Learning and Mentorship Are Encouraging More Women in the STEM Pipeline The movement to engage girls with the sciences is gaining traction across the nation—and laying the foundation for a stronger economy.  STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) Why we like it: Chevron launches their new campaign supporting young women into […] Read More

by , February 5, 2015

This Week in Native Ads

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It’s a bit longer than normal, that’s because there’s a bit on! We’ve also started to share more, you can see some of our content at the bottom. -Ben Campaign of the Week: Ballantine’s Presents INSA’s Space GIF-ITI Inspired by our founder, George Ballantine, we believe in celebrating the men and women that stay true […] Read More

by , January 29, 2015

This Week in Native Ads

This Week in Native Ads 23/1

Campaign of the Week: Yaron Galai – the man who decides where you’ll browse to from here Yaron Galai understood that advertising on the internet doesn’t work, so he reinvented it as recommendations to “other articles that may interest you”. His company, Outbrain, directs traffic flow and our perspective from article to article, and it’s […] Read More

by , January 22, 2015

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Campaign of the Week: Time Inc. Tries Out New Digital Strategy with Curated DIY Site Time Inc., the nation’s largest magazine publisher, introduced a new website on Monday that collects articles about do-it-yourself projects and home decor from its magazines and several dozen partner websites, including Apartment Therapy. The new site, called “The Snug,” is […] Read More

by , January 15, 2015

This Week in Native Ads

This Week in Native Ads 12/19

Thanks so much for subscribing, we hope you’ve had a great 2014 and look forward to 2015. -Ben & team   Campaign of the Week: 10 Emoji Greeting Cards That Will Get You Through The Holidays Everything can be said better with emojis. Why we like it: AT&T is a social brand, bringing that through to […] Read More

by , December 18, 2014

This Week in Native Ads

This Week in Native Ads 12/11

  Campaign of the Week: A Child’s Life After Human Trafficking When I think about what ’home’ means to me, I think about David. Upon arriving at one of our SOS Children’s Villages in Nicaragua, I saw 15-year-old David sitting nervously at a table by himself. This was an unusual sight for me. On each of […] Read More

by , December 11, 2014

This Week in Native Ads

This Week in Native Ads 12/05

  Campaign of the Week: Land Rover – The Vanishing Game With unknown pursuers hot on his trail, Alec Dunbar prepares for a night in the wilderness. Armed with knowledge he gleaned from his experience prepping for the epic war film Exit Wound, Alec procures vital supplies from the local outfitter — clothing perfect for weathering […] Read More

by , December 4, 2014

This Week in Native Ads

This Week in Native Ads 11/21

  Campaign of the Week: Cities Energized  Cities are a fundamental part of modern life, yet for most of human life they have been the exception. Our ancestors lived almost entirely in rural areas, on farms or in small towns. But about two centuries ago, people began to migrate from field to factory and urbanization […] Read More

by , November 20, 2014

This Week in Native Ads

This Week in Native Ads 11/14

  Campaign of the Week: Global Technology Adoption Index: A Reality Check from the Mid-Market When it comes to tech trends, multi-billion-dollar enterprises dominate the discussion, while midsize companies often go overlooked. Dell is seeking to fill this information gap with its inaugural Global Technology Adoption Index. Source: New York Times Why we like it: Dell […] Read More

by , November 13, 2014

This Week in Native Ads

This Week in Native Ads 11/07

  Campaign of the Week: 36 Hours and Google Maps Plan your next adventure with Google.  
Google brings you an app inside the New York Times, to showcase Google Maps as a travel planning tool.  How would you spend 36 Hours in Chicago? Source: New York Times Why we like it: Another high production values execution […] Read More

by , November 6, 2014