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Native ads are ads that fit seamlessly into the platform they’re on, so they look like they belong there. Native advertising is almost everywhere these days.
It’s important to understand what native advertising and branded content are, how they differ, and when to use each one to meet your goals.
The UK’s Auto industry was hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, with new car sales dropping 30% in 2020 — falling to the lowest level in nearly 30 years.
2020 and 2021 saw several record or near-record months for UK household savings growth: for example, in May 2020 alone, £26 billion was deposited.
Native advertising and sponsored content may seem similar, but they have important distinctions that marketers should know about.
All eCommerce business owners know that for their brand to thrive they need sales. Crucially, they need sales from new customers, but those don’t always come easy.
We recently launched Taboola High Impact, a new advertising solution developed for brand marketers and agencies to help drive brand awareness.
The placement of your brand’s message, and the context that surrounds it, can make or break an interaction with someone who hasn’t met you yet, or doesn’t know you well.
The changes in consumer buying patterns, product supply chains, marketing budgets, and channel plans are becoming more apparent.