So many brands are jumping on the native advertising bandwagon. As one of the most engaging channels in programmatic advertising, native seems to pop up in almost every campaign strategy conversation we have with our marketer and agency clients. And because there is so much talk around native, we get a lot of questions about how to optimize these campaigns so that they are most effective. So we decided to go straight to the source, and bring in one of our native partners, Taboola, to help answer some common questions about native advertising.
If you are looking for a results-driven strategy for your digital advertising, performance marketing could be your answer. This approach has changed the way marketers and publishers interact and how ads reach target audiences. In a data-hungry world, performance marketing offers the ability to reach your target audience at scale, while still measuring how well your campaigns are working.
Throughout the day, marketers have many opportunities to engage with consumers.
There are touchpoints that provide channels for this engagement – our computers, our televisions, our phones. As consumers move through their day, they are also physically moving through the world. When consumers are on the go, the number of channels available to reach them drops, limiting marketers to out-of-home and mobile media.
Facebook is one of the longest running and most popular social networks. It was first introduced in 2004 as an exclusive social network for Harvard students and grads, and has since expanded into a platform that reaches consumers of all ages around the world. For brands and advertisers looking to engage with consumers and advertise to their target audiences, Facebook is often the first social platform they turn to.
With the proliferation of programmatic audio, podcasts, and streaming radio, the way we listen to content is ever changing. By 2021, the average US adult will spend 86.88 minutes a day with digital audio, according to eMarketer.
The demand for engaging video content is on the rise. Consumers are expected to watch 100 minutes of video content daily by 2021. Short videos are easier to digest compared with long pages of text, and as a result, video advertising is quickly becoming the most popular ad format in digital advertising today.
Still, having a powerful, engaging video asset is just the first piece of the puzzle. How do you get that amazing content in front of your target audience and get it seen, quickly and efficiently? Enter programmatic video advertising.
Social media is one of today’s most popular methods for communicating and sharing information amongst consumers, media outlets, and brands. This is just one of the reasons why so many businesses have chosen to invest in paid social media advertising. It helps them to reach a broader audience and build brand awareness – ultimately leading to brand loyalty. With so many social platforms out there, how do you know which one is right for you to reach your target audience?
With the general uncertainty of what’s to come due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, there are more questions than answers. Never in our lifetime have we seen daily life impacted so fundamentally, throughout the United States, and around the globe.
For all the uncertainty about what the future will look like, it’s clear that it will be digital.
As consumers spend more time on their mobile phones, advertisers are gaining more opportunities to reach them when they are most likely to take action. One of the best ways to attract these highly engaged consumers, build brand awareness, and increase ad recall is through high impact mobile advertising.
What is High Impact Mobile Advertising?
High impact mobile ads encourage consumer engagement through multiple interactive touch points, with placements that take into account both the content consumption and the overall user experience of both mobile devices and tablets. In referring to “high impact”, we are suggesting that a user must initiate an action within the ad in order for it to activate.