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It’s definitely allowed and recommended. Facebook enables you to make targeting that’s useful to users. It’s a great traffic source, where customer satisfacion is the most important. We have approved Display to Search feeds and can provide them for quality and approved traffic.
Not at all! Send traffic to us and everything will work on trending.
There are tons of strategies that can bring substantial income to Publishers. From e-commerce sites, e-mail listing campaigns to affiliate marketing, and lead generation strategies, there’s an abundance to choose from. Most effective strategy of them all is SELLING YOUR TRAFFIC/AD SPACE.
Well, the process is simple – if you have a website filled with quality content that generates traffic, then you’re almost ready to go. In that case, all you need is an ad code from an ad network of your choice. On the other hand, if you’re a newbie who’s just getting a hang of things, then concentrating on the growth of high-quality traffic through quality content should be your no.1 goal.
Think about it, huge ad networks literally connect to the same demand pool that other huge ad networks do, which means that the most popular networks you see popping up in your search feeds, have identical(if not the same) campaigns; more or less.
But that’s not the problem.
The real problem is that even huge ad networks can indirectly affect user experience by placing poorly optimized and barely targeted campaigns/advertisements. This is directly impacting your revenue by causing traffic quality drops, which could potentially harm the trust & value your audience has for you in the long run. If that happens, you’re toast, so choose wisely.
A large number of visitors increases your chances of attracting advertisers and, hence, of monetizing your traffic. To be attractive to advertisers, you must have at least 10,000 organic views per month. This website monetization model also works well for a small audience volume.
Native advertising describes any situation where branded messages fit seamlessly within their surrounding environment, engaging audiences rather than disrupting the user experience. Common examples of native ads that you see everyday are Promoted Tweets on Twitter and Sponsored Stories on Facebook.
Content marketing is a marketing approach that helps you reach your target audience and gently lead them to customer action by producing and distributing content that meets their needs. Blog posts, video tutorials, webinars, newsletters – whatever type of content you produce, you’re doing content marketing.
Native advertising and content marketing can be neither opposed nor compared. But these two work better when combined, that’s for sure. While native ads can help you get better results out of your content marketing efforts, native advertising is effective only when aligned with a proper content marketing strategy.