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making the case for content in uncertain times
making the case for content in uncertain times

This Week in Native Ads 4/3

Recapping an internal note we sent to clients this week. We’ve put up a page covering Covid-19 and impact on marketing, media and content. We’re updating it daily. We continue to offer Nudge to the community, COVID causes and insights sessions. One big thing This tweet stream from Alex Russell caught my eye – on mobile CPUs and the performance inequality gap. The outtake is that the cheapest high… Continue reading

Ben Young
Ben Young
April 3, 2020

This Week in Native Ads 9/13

One big thing This week we saw fresh investment in Group Nine and Atlas Obscura, both showing promise that strategic partners see in the space. The common thread between the two companies is a good mix of uncorrelated revenue. Atlas Obscura has branded content, the Airbnb investment will rapidly grow ‘affiliate-like’ revenue and book deals. Group Nine has tv/content deals with The Dodo, Facebook revenue with NowThis and then affiliate with Thrillist. As well as its first book deal with… Continue reading

Ben Young
Ben Young
September 13, 2019

This Week in Native Ads 9/6

One big thing Given the post Labor Day rush and short week this week is a bit lighter. Would love readers feedback, on serving the newsletter as a story. Here’s the link, thanks to Nws.ai. We also shared our progress in a special edition if you’d like to take a peek. Notable stories this week Sara Fischer calls it the Brexit Bump, FT profits $8.15m revenue up… Continue reading

Ben Young
Ben Young
September 6, 2019
David Berkowitz
David Berkowitz

An interview with marketing whizz, David Berkowitz

David Berkowitz has extensive experience on both the brand and the sell side, having worked at organizations such as eMarketer, 360i, Sysomos and Story Hunter. Today, David’s consulting through his Serial Marketer practice, helping agencies, media companies, and tech startups on everything from marketing, business development, corporate strategy, to innovation. David Berkowitz has written over 500 articles, spoken at more than 300 events, developed marketing strategies for Fortune 500 brands, and guest-lectured at universities like Yale, Rutgers, and MIT. Continue reading

Gustaf Stenlund
Gustaf Stenlund
April 8, 2019
Super Bowl 2018, branded content
Super Bowl 2018, branded content

Super Bowl | Ad Predictions, Content Formats & Distribution Insights

  Post Summary: The Top Performing Content Formats Best Time of Day to Drive Traffic, by Device 7 Super Bowl Campaigns Ad Predictions, Super Bowl ’18 Methodology   The Super Bowl is coming up later this week, and without advertising, Super Bowl would be like Donald Trump without a tan…   …Impossible.   As you may know, we have a tremendous wealth of data here at Nudge, and this… Continue reading

Gustaf Stenlund
Gustaf Stenlund
January 31, 2018

Why Content Marketers Should Pay Attention to Attention Minutes

Have you ever woken up in the morning, rolled over, opened Facebook and clicked a few links? Chances are you have, and if you’re like me, you read and hit the back button. Scroll and click another link. Or, you’re on your computer, open a million tabs, and read the content later. Only to close the tab. This is how we consume content now. The internet is less of a journey from site to site, and more that we go… Continue reading

Ben Young
Ben Young
December 16, 2015