Our new Native Push Ads (also known as In-Page Push) look similar to push notifications or native ads. They integrate into the users’ experience while they browse. This new format is easy to implement for advertising, providing creative flexibility to run campaigns with high ROI.
There are gold nuggets everywhere, and we’re bringing you 3 tips to find them:
1. Create a whitelist for your top performing sites / sub id’s: This will help you optimize on a publisher feed level, then drill down to the sub id level. You can also create blacklists for non-converting sources to focus efforts on sites and sub id’s that convert well. Learn how to build your whitelist here.
2. Test several creatives and see which works best: bear in mind that native push notifications are displayed across all browsers and devices, but only ads are only seen when the user is on the site. To increase your ROI it is crucial to develop ad creative which is engaging and test multiple versions to see which ones convert better.
3. Improve your measurement and enrich your data with postbacks: Make sure you have the best data through implementing postbacks. By looking at the stats on a publisher feed’s sub id level, you can control the performance of each specific campaign accurately. Learn about implementing postbacks.
Each website might perform differently depending on the content of your campaign, so you must thoroughly unpack your offers and campaigns’ performance to understand how native push traffic behaves and evolves.
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