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This Week in Native Ads 2/14

Gustaf here. Still covering for Ben, who’s not back until next week. I know… but we can get through this together, I promise! One big thing It's Valentine’s Day. When we peek under the hood at Nudge data, we notice that consumers are spending 69% longer on quizzes during Valentine’s. Curious. For more insights, such as the best time of day to advertise during the Feast day of Saint Valentine, give our… Continue reading

Gustaf Stenlund
Gustaf Stenlund
February 14, 2020
T Brand Studio to Produce Voice Skills for Advertisers
T Brand Studio to Produce Voice Skills for Advertisers

This Week in Native Ads 1/18

Before your snowy weekend here’s the latest in native and content. ❄️ One big thing Tim Cook called on the FTC to help tidy up the use of our data. “The Federal Trade Commission should establish a data-broker clearinghouse, requiring all data brokers to register, enabling consumers to track the transactions that have bundled and sold their data from place to place, and giving users the power to delete their data on demand,… Continue reading

Ben Young
Ben Young
January 18, 2019

The Visible Part of the Invisible Content – Disclosures

  Disclosures – When, Where, and How to Use Them Disclosures within advertising are to inform the readers that the content they’re about to read is an advertisement. Previously, Nudge created a whitepaper regarding disclosures and custom native ads, where the results were surprising. The most common disclosures were ineffective, readers seemed to indicate a banner blindness to the disclosures. Native disclosures have shown to work best for custom native ads (by that we mean when disclosures were in the content)… Continue reading

Amanda-Anna-Caroline
Amanda-Anna-Caroline
March 22, 2016