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2019-07-04
POPUPS STILL GENERATES 50% AND MORE OF PUBLISHERS REVENUE

After reviewing data AdMaven has collected from thousands of websites, we can see that in many cases, the Pop ad format is still the main revenue source. Like a bottle of great wine, the Pop ad format only gets better with time. Through the years, AdMaven and other companies, have been improving optimizations, fraud detection […]

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2019-06-27
THE NEW AND IMPROVED PUSH CONTENT BLOCKER – INVITE ONLY PRODUCT

Our new and improved Push Content Blocker is now available for selected publishers. We can already see that publishers who previously implemented the Native Push and the In-Page Push are reporting over 30% increase in subscriptions. The product has 2 different modes: Skip mode – The recommended version. Has a “skip” button on the page, […]

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2019-06-16
READ ON FORBES ABOUT THE NEW VERSION OF OUR OPTIMIZATION ENGINE – ADMAVEN V. A.I 8.0.0.

Read on Forbes about AdMaven latest version of its optimization engine – http://bit.ly/2Wmby1E or scroll below to read. AdMaven, one of the world’s leading advertising networks, is unveiling its new Martech product, AI 8.0.0 optimization engine. The new version is based on a series of stacked algorithms, in order to match the right ad at the right […]

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2019-05-15
ACCORDING TO AN ARTICLE BY THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, PUBLISHERS’ REVENUE COULD DROP BY 50% IN 2020

Talking in Google I/O, Google’s developer conference, company officials claimed the new privacy updates are designed to give users more control over how their online browsing on Chrome is being tracked and shared with third-parties. According to Google’s announcement, if a user has opted out of third-party tracking, advertisers will no longer be able to […]

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2019-04-18
PUSH NOTIFICATIONS BEST PRACTICES – DO’S AND DON’TS

Following Google (http://bit.ly/2GnNhT5) and Mozilla (https://mzl.la/2Z9O6HA) announcements, stating they will operate to reduce Push Notifications spamming in their browsers, there have been many speculations. As of this moment, it is still uncertain who exactly will be allowed to send Push Notifications and who will not. Having said that, after analyzing the announcements, we have constructed […]

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