Marketers in Many Verticals Are Choosing Native

With comedian John Oliver’s tasteful takedown of native advertising still ringing in the ears of many digital advertisers and publishers, many have been wondering how common native advertising is today. Our recent native advertising research shows that native advertising is being embraced by digital publishers and advertisers across numerous publishing and advertising verticals – not just viral news sites and large consumer brands.

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B2B Publishers Embracing Programmatic

Last week AOL reported in AdWeek that 92% of marketers polled at Fortune 1000 companies said they already buying ads programmatically. They went further to report that their own quarterly revenues were up 20%, attributing the gain to the growth of their programmatic advertising business.

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How Popular Is Native Advertising?

Over the last year, the hype surrounding native advertising has continued to grow louder. eMarketer recently predicted native ad spending to grow to $3.2 billion in 2017, up from $2.3 billion in 2014. While this is just a fraction of online ad spending (IAB calculated total U.S. online ad revenues at $42.8 billion in 2013), it is a quickly growing segment.

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Email Advertising Insights from ABM’s Annual Conference

I recently attended and spoke at the ABM’s 2014 Annual Conference in Phoenix, Arizona. I presented some insightful research we’ve been doing surrounding Email newsletter advertising. Email newsletters have been vital to b-to-b publishers for many years, but the ubiquity of mobile media has now increased the importance of Email in the advertising mix.

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Insights from the ABM Annual Conference

On May 5th, I’ll be speaking at ABM’s 2014 Annual Conference in Phoenix, Arizona. I’m very excited to report on some insightful research we’ve done surrounding E-mail newsletter advertising, which is a quickly growing and vital piece of the advertising mix for b-to-b publishers and advertisers.

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Apple Ramps Up iPhone 5C Advertising – But Is It Too Late?

Apple has attracted a lot of attention recently for the purported poor sales performance of the iPhone 5C. While the lower-cost iPhone has not sold nearly as well as its high-end partner, the iPhone 5S, it also did not benefit from the same comprehensive advertising campaign.

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