MediaRadar Native Advertising Roundup: July – August 2018
Let’s take a look at July and August highlights in native advertising:Read
4 Reasons Why Google Loves Native Advertising
For a moment in time, in 2017, many perceived Google's new ad blocking standards as building a bleak set of walls around online publishers. In June 2017, Google first announced that, come 2018, Chrome would begin to support and abide by the "Better Ads Standards," originally set in place by the Coalition for Better Ads, to which Google belongs. The Coalition for Better Ads is a collection of companies and associations that have come together to form an alliance for the betterment of viewer experience with advertising. The Better Ads Standards were put in place to essentially add guidelines to how ad servers should interact with their viewers.Read
MediaRadar Native Advertising Roundup: March 2018
While native advertising is widely used among advertisers and publishers in the online space, it is also still growing at an impressive rate. In fact, last month, over 900 brands ran native ads for the first time! Every month, MediaRadar analyzes thousands of brands utilizing native advertising.Read
MediaRadar Native Advertising Roundup: February 2018
Who uses native advertising? Quite a lot of brands, actually. In fact, native advertising is one of the fastest growing products in digital advertising today.Read
MediaRadar Native Roundup: January 2018
Native ad campaigns are continually changing. In fact, native is one of the fastest growing products in digital advertising today. In light of this, each month, we review the native ads we've seen and highlight the most prevalent campaigns. Perhaps you can include some of these strategies in your own native offerings. In the MediaRadar Native Advertising Roundup, we select four noteworthy campaigns to highlight, offering insights into their native strategy. In last month's roundup, we saw innovative campaigns from Kia, Immaculate Baking Company, TitleMax, and PNC Bank.Read
MediaRadar Native Ad Roundup: December 2017
Native ad campaigns are continually changing. In fact, native is one of the fastest growing products in digital advertising today. In light of this, each month, we review the native ads we've seen and highlight the most prevalent campaigns. Perhaps you can include some of these strategies in your own native offerings.Read
Ad Integration in Sports: 2017 World Series
This is the first in a forthcoming series of posts in which we'll discuss ad integration across many different sports, including the NFL, NBA, NHL, and more.
The Rise of OTT
Rising competition from OTT advertisers is leaving a lot to consider for networks telecasting live professional sporting events.
The rise in OTT programming is due to the way people now consume television.
The fact is not that people are no longer watching network programming, it’s that they are watching in more places than ever before.
For advertisers and ad sales reps, that means it’s becoming more and more difficult to know how to effectively reach viewers during sporting event broadcasts.
Native Advertising Deceleration and How to Sell Against It
Native is finally beginning to decelerate.
For years now, there have been rumblings about whether the continued rapid growth of native advertising was sustainable.
For the first time, MediaRadar data shows that the number of advertisers buying native has plateaued over the last 12 months:
A Native Discussion with Todd Krizelman
On October 10th, I hosted a panel on native advertising with leaders from Rodale, The Foundry (Time Inc.), and PopSugar. All three have had significant success in this fast-growing segment of the media market. At MediaRadar, we’ve been covering this market for a few years now, so I was especially curious to get into the details on what’s working best.Read