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Case Study: Revamping Ad Formats with Dynamic Creative Optimization


2018 is the year that calls for advertisers to consider revamping their ad formats. Nowadays, innovative and creative outlets go a long way in targeting markets. With more visual and optimized formats, advertisers are sure to reach their targets and offer a better, user experience. We recently discussed that advertisers have a need for innovation: creative optimization. Our expert, Stefan Klimek, Global Vice President of Finance, HR, and Commercial at plista describes that advertising formats are “becoming more dynamic, animated, and fundamentally more creative.” Today, we would like to share with you a case study of a plista e-commerce client who had a great campaign experience using our DCO technology.

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Native vs. Performance: The Differences and Relationship of the Two


When it comes to earning revenue, publishers and advertisers are quick to think of ways to best reach their target markets within the digital advertising industry. Media planners have to consider what types of tools they can use to push ads and content as well as how to target the right audiences.

That said, we would like to share the differences between native advertising and performance marketing. These two strategies are sure to help advertisers and publishers succeed in reaching their goals of offering target audiences a better user experience. We will also have a look at how the two can go hand in hand together as well as how different native ad formats can support performance.

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From Traditional to Innovative: What Comes Next? An Outlook of 2018


As we start a fresh year, we continue to build onto 2017’s happenings in the digital advertising industry. We recently reflected on 2017’s trends and buzzworthy topics.

Many trends have helped transform both advertisers’ and publishers’ tactics of target reach to earn more revenue. This is due to the rising demographic of mobile device users. Increased ad spending as well as data insights and personalization were also a few among these transforming trends.

The change of majority device usage from “traditional” desktop to mobile has left publishers and advertisers to consider two ways of reaching their target users: through creative and native ad formats. That said, we would like to share some projections of what 2018 will bring to the digital advertising industry.

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Native Programmatic: What Does It Mean for Publishers?


Today, we are back in discussing the hot topic of programmatic advertising. We recently had a look at how this automated buying method yields a great advantage to advertisers who bid on coveted ad slots on various publisher sites. We mentioned that the rapid growth of mobile device use is one of the main reasons why advertisers should go native with programmatic; through this method, advertisers have a more refined target reach. Since we are familiar with the advertisers’ perspective on going native programmatic, what does it mean for the publishers, who are opposite the process?

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Native Insights: Titles’ Relevance for Article Performance


What kind of titles generate longer reading times? When readers have seen a title and have decided to read the story, it is because they want to know more. They have been hooked and are curious to learn more. Upon reading an article title, readers are often left with a question referring to the topic such as “Who? What? How? Why?” etc.

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Native Programmatic Advertising for the Proactive Advertiser


Programmatic advertising has been a hot topic in the digital marketing industry for the past few years. It has been rapidly growing, principally within the U.S. Now expanding globally, going programmatic has tapped into various pools of advertisers and publishers. The global device usage has changed, particularly with mobile displays taking over the desktop. Today, we will have a look on why implementing native programmatic advertising  is useful from an advertiser’s perspective.

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Native Advertising vs. Content Marketing – Where Is the Difference?


How to differentiate between Native Advertising and Content Marketing?

In Online Marketing the terms native advertising and content marketing often get interchanged. But they describe different marketing approaches. To erase established uncertainties, let’s start with a definition by outlining some of the key differences.

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plista Native Talk #2: The Future of Native Advertising


 

Native advertising is growing and its future is bright. What comes up next? plista interviewed three native experts about the future of native advertising and gained insights about the native ad industry. Stay up to date marketers, publishers, advertisers, media buyers and ad tech professionals: Watch the plista Native Talk #2 video now to get to know the latest native trends!

 

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Digital Trends: The Future of Advertising Goes Chatbots and Native


Digital Trends: The Future of Advertising Goes Chatbots and Native

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Chatbots, interactive videos and native ads are on the rise in the marketing landscape. To take part of this innovative future of advertising, marketers need to know the challenges and benefits of these digital trends. With this in mind this week’s topics are chatbot meets native advertising, 3 creative examples of interactive videos, data-driven marketing is the key to success, how to select an influencer marketing marketplace and more!

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4 Steps to Avoid Ad Blocking – IAB LEAN Approach


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These days, things are not going very well in online advertisement, Scott Cunningham, Senior Vice President of Technology and Ad Operations IAB, admitted. The permanent optimization of digital advertising in terms of automation and targeting is at the expense of the user. Banner ads affect the battery life, slow down the website and consequently harm the user experience.

It is therefore no wonder that ad blockers are enjoying great popularity and usage rises. Ad blockers are filter programs that block advertisement on websites. The advantages are clear: Websites have faster loading times and users are not bothered by intrusive ads. Thus, the majority of advertising banners are cut out and not visible for the users.

But ad blocking software has become a danger for providing content at no charge. Furthermore, an important source of revenue for publishers as well as for advertisers disappears. As a result the LEAN programme has been set up by IAB.

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