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  • #281

    Gregory Bey
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    Information on sources and how to use Native Advertising

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  • #347

    Susan Parnaby
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    I don’t speak enough Welsh yet to use native advertising sources round here. I am learning though!
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    Susan

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  • #663

    Julia Rotgers
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    I don’t have any experience using Native Advertising like Outbrain.

    But I rarely if ever will click through the ad selection I see at the bottom of the page.

    Advertorials on the other hand, I find very effective (from a reader perspective).
    They contain useful information and look enough like an article to not trigger the fact that it’s an ad.

    This is an older reference but contains some good info on the topic;

    12 Examples of Native Ads (And Why They Work)

    Some of the best advertorials remind me of the full page direct response marketing story/ads.

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  • #664

    Bruce Hoag
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    Like all advertising, I wouldn’t recommend it until you’re earning enough to pay for it.

    And even then, I’d be inclined to find other ways to get people to my site.

    Bruce Hoag PhD
    The Internet Marketing Psychologist
    The Mindful Writer - for deep and persuasive copy

  • #893

    If you’re talking about all those article ads at the bottom of popular websites, I never click those. They are almost always click bait and don’t contain very much information about the subject matter that’s put in their headline. I don’t know why advertisers even bother with them. All you have to do is click on one of them once and you’ll know to never bother again. Deceptive advertising!

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  • #906

    Leslie Leftley
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    Hi Gregory,

    Call me biased but I would heartily suggest you take the advice provided by Bruce Hoag. Ads of any type are for those expert in the field with a large budget to test with and burn through.

    Why not, initially at least, look at some other methods to get your message/product over to your intended audience?

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