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View the latest examples, data, research and case studies on native content – as featured on the Nudge blog.

Native Advertising Analytics

Nudge as a platform has specialized in this use case of distributed native content, you are either buying native content across multiple sites or programmatically and want better advertising analytics. The challenge is in understanding performance, antiquated metrics like Bounce Rate & Time on Page don’t fairly reflect engagement. As you are most interested in that ‘one page’ on the external website. When content turns in to advertising, the measurement standard has to change too” You want to understand how… Continue reading

Ben Young
Ben Young
February 18, 2016

103 Native Advertising Tools to Explore in 2018

We’ve compiled a comprehensive list of all the native advertising tools out there. This list is useful for agencies, brands and publishers. We’ve broken them down in to four categories. Content – Content Creation – Content Recommendation – Content Marketing & Amplification Platforms – Native Ad Platforms – Mobile Native Advertising – Native Ops – Native Video – Native Advertising DSPS – Native Content Publishers… Continue reading

Amanda-Anna-Caroline
Amanda-Anna-Caroline
January 28, 2016

Sponsored Content Examples

There’s a lot of sponsored content circling the web today, and here are some of my favorite examples of sponsored content and why I like them. For the latest visit The Best Native of 2021. See also Branded Content Examples. Mouth-watering reasons to visit Adelaide An article written with wit and compelling description invites you into this urban paradise Adelaide in southern Australia. Well-written… Continue reading

Therese Bengtsson
Therese Bengtsson
January 19, 2016

Definition of Native Content

What is the definition of native content? Definition: A piece of content that has been commissioned or paid to be placed on an external website with the view that the content fits and the form and function of where it exists. Sponsored content is a term often used for native content How does it relate to native advertising? Native content is a type of native advertising. The criteria making it native is that: It is designed to fit in with the publisher… Continue reading

Ben Young
Ben Young
January 18, 2016

Native advertising vs Sponsored Content

In our Branded Content and Native Advertising Glossary we define each. Native advertising, describes the overall trend of creating advertising that is designed to fit the form and function of the site it resides on. Sponsored content, similar to paid content, describes content that has been paid for by a brand. Content may or may not be directly related to the brand. You would say Sponsored Content is a type of Native Advertising, colloquially it… Continue reading

Ben Young
Ben Young
January 11, 2016

How to track & measure paid content with Nudge

So, you’re probably looking for a solution, that goes above and beyond what your core analytics suite has offered, to track and measure your sponsored content. And this is exactly what Nudge has built, a purpose built toolkit for tracking, measuring and optimizing your paid [native] content. Traditional analytics have been built for optimizing websites, not necessarily content. Even then they’re not comprehensive enough for clients demands. Have you ever found yourself spending hours on a simple request from a… Continue reading

Ben Young
Ben Young
December 8, 2015

A simple yet effective guide to using native content in your marketing funnel

Great native content can drive conversions, it isn’t just about brand awareness. Here’s an example of a recent Time Inc and Warner Bros collaboration on the ‘Batman v Superman’ movie. Using this piece of content as a starting point we’ll look at what a native content funnel for the entertainment category looks like. The goal is to drive awareness for the upcoming movie, engagement and then ticket sales for the opening. Entertainment Native Content… Continue reading

Hollie-Blue Allum
Hollie-Blue Allum
October 8, 2015

The shift in thinking: Content is back

The internet zigs & zags, it always does, between two paradigms. Winning through technical innovation or winning through creative innovation. When you’re first to a platform just playing there you can win, as it matures you’ve got to get creative with it to win. Marketing has been shifting on to social platforms, doing the creativity within. Now it’s coming back out – to be content centric. Brands aren’t fretting where the content is they just want to get it in… Continue reading

Ben Young
Ben Young
February 28, 2014