• ExoClick is Presenting Sponsor of The European Summit, Prague

    ExoClick is the Presenting Sponsor of The European Summit in Prague 14-17 September and we have lots of exciting activities lined up at the show! Here is a full rundown of what is planned: Friday 14 September Visit our Meet Market number 84! We are promoting our exclusive 50% cash back promotion for dating email click campaigns throughout the month of September. Our team will be available to explain full... Read More

  • Advertisers! Have you tried large format banners?

    Large banners can be a really impactful way to promote your offer, ExoClick has two large desktop banner formats: the Billboard and the Large Footer. The Billboard banner 970x250 The Billboard banner is placed at the top of a publisher’s website and is viewed as soon as the end user loads a publisher’s site. This gives superb visibility to your offer leading to a very high CTR which is considered... Read More

  • 5 marketing tips for Email Click campaigns

    Recently ExoClick introduced the Email Clicks ad format. This new ad format, available for dating offers, allows advertisers to bid on CPC emails that go directly to end users who have signed up to dating websites. Throughout the month of September ExoClick is running an exclusive 50% cash back promotion for flat deals on Traffic Mansion’s Email Click campaigns. Here are some email marketing facts and tips to help you... Read More

  • Network statistics Q2: In-stream video

    As the industry adopts the in-stream video advertising format, ExoClick’s Business Intelligence team looked through our network data for Q2 to bring you some in-stream video insights. Growth of sites using in-stream video ad zones More and more websites have integrated in-stream ad zones on ExoClick’s network. Here you can see the growth over the last 3 quarters: Impression growth With more websites using the format naturally we have seen... Read More

  • World Cup ExoClick network statistics

    We looked at ExoClick's network statistics during the World Cup 2018 to see if there were any trends. Our Business Intelligence team crunched the numbers for the two semi-final matches between France and Belgium, England and Croatia and the final between France and Croatia. For our base figure we examined traffic for each GEO that was playing 2 hours before the match (represented as 0 in our graphs). Then we... Read More

  • API Master Class #2 Zone Optimization

    In part 2 of our 3 part API Masterclass we look at using our platform API for Zone Optimisation. Part 1 covered Data Collection (click here) The aim is for you as an advertiser to use our examples to help get you started using the API and then later, when you feel more confident you can start creating your own examples and tasks. Zone Optimization allows you to filter your... Read More

  • The ExoClick Bidder promo video

    New for advertisers! The ExoClick Bidder is your smart assistant! It will revolutionise the automation of your campaign optimisation. Click here to check out the promo video which includes a platform walk through!   Read More

  • Publishers! New ad format: 900×250 footer banner

    Many publishers find that desktop footer banners have a lower CTR than banners that appear above the fold. Usually this is because they have 3 smaller 300x250 banners in the footer position. ExoClick has created a large format 900x250 footer banner that can replace the 3 smaller banners. Because of its large format the new 900x250 banner is much more eye catching to users, which leads to a higher CTR... Read More

  • API Masterclass #1: Data Collection

    If you have never used ExoClick’s platform API this series of three blog posts will show you how to fetch and update data from our platform to help you analyse and optimise and automate campaigns, utilising examples from this spreadsheet which you must copy to your Google Drive. The aim is for you as an advertiser to use the examples to get you started using the API and then later, when you feel... Read More

  • Google to mark HTTP webpages as “not secure”

    From the 1st of July 2018 Google will begin marking all HTTP websites and webpages as "not secure". This change will coincide with the release of their updated browser, Chrome 68. The marking will appear within the URL browser navigation bar at the top and will look like this: You can find additional information on Googles security blog article here: So what will this mean? Google has been actively leading the market... Read More