Native advertising is all the rage in digital marketing, though not everyone quite gets it. Here are some of its pluses and minuses, as well as examples of good and bad.
Display is a long way from dead. In fact, new technology is making it possible for traditional display to be more beautiful and engaging than ever with the introduction of hyper-targeted video.
Advertisers are allocating more spend to retargeting than ever before, and those who aren't are missing out on aiding customers in all stages of their journeys. But there are right and wrong ways to retarget.
Regardless of the viewability issue, bot traffic and fraudulent practices, display advertising can be very effective when it’s done right.
It's important to know the value of all your marketing touchpoints because the data loss is far greater than you could imagine.
Despite some negative reports in the past year, there are some bright spots on the horizon for display advertisers, including increased viewability rates and new strategies for combating ad fraud.
Ad blocking resulted in advertisers losing more than $21 billion last year, 98 percent of which came from desktop. But the latest iOS update shows that mobile ad blocking is on the rise.
Social media display combines the DNA of traditional display advertising with unique properties of the various social platforms in which it's incubating.
The explosion of mobile has made tracking and targeting consumers across devices increasingly challenging for marketers.
Stats from multiple sources show that U.S. display advertising spend will climb in the next two years.