Earlier this morning, we announced an exclusive, 2-year partnership with The Associated Press, the largest U.S.-based news agency and one of the most respected and trusted sources of independent news in the world. In our work together, Taboola’s personalized content recommendations will appear across the AP’s desktop and mobile websites, as well as in APMobile, the AP’s native mobile app for global and local news which has been downloaded over 13 million times. This is a huge step for publishers worldwide, as more and more are making mobile app monetization a growing priority. We’re excited to collaborate with The Associated Press on improving the in-app user experience, driving both engagement and revenue goals, and creating new value for AP’s readers and members alike. To learn more about Taboola’s partnership with The Associated Press, please read the full press release here.
When I first met with Jon Steinberg, we had a meaningful disagreement. But much like in life, that disagreement has evolved into an especially strong partnership (and friendship). I was already impressed by Jon’s previous work at BuzzFeed where he became known as the “Godfather of Native,” monetizing BuzzFeed without a single banner ad ever shown. Asking him questions over the past few months about what works and what might be broken around Native, I joked that his direct answers made me feel like he is “half Israeli” — transparent, and to the point. As we talked about the rapid changes sweeping through the web, and his current role as CEO of Daily Mail North America, it became apparent that the category Jon helped pioneer years ago was ready for another revolution, and a big one. We experimented with a new expansion of our Discovery platform as a test […]
Yesterday, we announced an expansion of our long-standing partnership with Business Insider to drive on-site engagement and monetization through Taboola’s multi-platform, personalized content recommendations. With over 45 million monthly unique visitors, Business Insider is one of the world’s leading business sites, and we are thrilled to work with such a well-positioned and intelligence-driven publisher. Building on our previous work together, Taboola will be looking to deliver new audience development opportunities on Business Insider across all devices, especially around mobile and video which are proving to be key growth drivers for online publishers going forward. More than anything, we’re excited to continue working and innovating with the BI team, and taking part in the next chapter of Business Insider’s remarkable growth story. To learn more about our partnership with Business Insider, please read the full press release here.