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This Week in Native Ads is a curated weekly newsletter to help make you smarter on all things native, branded content and the shifts in marketing.

This Week in Native Ads 6/7

One big thing I spent some time in LA this week, chatting with a cross-section of content creators. The consensus was that Netflix has been a net positive for the ecosystem. One takeaway was how everyone is on the…

Ben Young
Ben Young
June 7, 2019

This Week in Native Ads 5/31

One big thing A by-product of consolidation, is the reduction in operations, both companies don’t need a finance team for example. But these teams are the lifeblood that keep organizations running, they hold the organizational memory and market knowledge.

Ben Young
Ben Young
May 31, 2019

This Week in Native Ads 5/24

Happy Friday! For readers in the US hopefully a quiet Friday ahead (if you’re not already out). One big thing Catching up with colleagues this week there were a few jokes about sketches, that is the crude drawings that…

Ben Young
Ben Young
May 24, 2019

This Week in Native Ads 5/10

One big thing The untold story in the duopoly discussion is how brands feed them data, from their owned channels. How does this happen? Via the Facebook pixel, or any Google pixel, on brands owned sites/content. Interest, retargeting, lookalike…

Ben Young
Ben Young
May 10, 2019

This Week in Native Ads 4/26

It’s Jess taking over for Ben while he’s away in New Zealand! I’m the Brand and Sales Associate here at Nudge. You’ve probably heard from me in your inbox once (or a couple of times) before.

Jessica Toib
Jessica Toib
April 26, 2019

This Week in Native Ads 4/12

There will be a little bit of a hiatus for two weeks as I travel down under. One big thing I admire the cheekiness and creativity of Juan, remixing vines on YouTube, to continue making money from the content.

Ben Young
Ben Young
April 12, 2019

This Week in Native Ads 4/5

One big thing Google is in a difficult place with Chrome, Safari has ITP (privacy protection), as does Firefox and if they don’t level set, they risk losing market share. Such a change would threaten a lot of ad…

Ben Young
Ben Young
April 5, 2019

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