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  • Masterclass for publishers: Using push notifications from multiple networks

    Did you know that you can integrate ExoClick’s push notifications even if you have already configured your site with another push notification provider? The advantage of doing this is that you have more options to monetize your push notification traffic. This masterclass tutorial will show you how to seamlessly integrate ExoClick’s push notifications without affecting push notifications from other networks.   How does it work? ExoClick offers 3 integration methods... Read More

  • Using VAST to show ExoClick ads

    What is VAST? Serving ads into video players is different to serving ads into other parts of a website, this is why VAST was created for the ad industry. VAST stands for Video Ad Serving Template and it provides a generic framework for embedding in-stream and in-video ads. It is designed to facilitate and standardize the communication between video players that are embedded on a publisher’s website to display videos... Read More

  • 5 ExoClick Network Stats from 2018

    Our Business Intelligence team have been looking through all the data generated on our network throughout 2018 to bring you some fascinating traffic insights. 1. NETWORK WEBSITES The total number of publisher websites on ExoClick's network during 2018 was 135,778 and we served over 6 billion daily ad impressions. Based on impressions served and number of websites, we compared what the average impressions and clicks per site were for 2017... Read More

  • Fluid Player Master Class #2: How to add ad zones

    If you are not an expert in writing code, this Master Class will show you the code you need to add different ad zones using VAST, so you can easily add it to your website to monetise your video content through Fluid Player. The In-Video (VAST) format allows publishers to have one or multiple ads displayed along a video’s timeline within Fluid Player. Here is a full list of the... Read More

  • 7 ExoClick innovations from 2018

    As 2018 comes to a close, ExoClick introduced some great new platform features to help Advertisers convert their offers and help protect Publishers from Google penalisation. Check out these 7 ExoClick innovations we launched in 2018: 1. The ExoClick Bidder This new automation tool for advertisers works just like a smart assistant by automating the optimization of their campaigns. It has two functions: Automatic Bidding – allows advertisers to automatically... Read More

  • 7 emoji tips for push notification campaigns

    Push notification messages increase engagement when emojis are included in the message. ExoClick’s push notification ad format allows advertisers to include emojis in their title text and/or description texts. There are 2,823 emojis in the Unicode Standard and this blog post gives you some tips on how to use emojis in your campaigns.   Emotive emojis Emojis are fun and relatable and they enhance communication by providing direct images and... Read More

  • How to beat the pre-roll skip ad button

    Some statistics Back in April 2018 MarketingCharts.com published an analysis of billions of video ad impressions on desktop, mobile and tablet from 2015 through to 2017. They found that video ad completion rates have steadily increased over the past few years, and as of 2017, overall completion rates were up to 70% — a drastic improvement from the 47% average just two years prior. Extreme Reach’s Q1 2017 Video Benchmark... Read More

  • 7 Network Statistics Q3: Global RTB and Native Advertising on RTB

    In our regular quarterly network statistics blog post, ExoClick’s Business Intelligence department has been busy crunching numbers to reveal interesting traffic insights for Q3 2018. The focus of this quarter’s statistics is RTB and Native advertising on RTB. Global RTB statistics 1. Global RTB growth ExoClick has seen impressive growth over the last 3 quarters with its RTB business, here you can see the number of queries (bids) we have... Read More

  • ExoClick updates its Advertiser guide to Google restrictions

    Introduction Recently, Google has added more advertising restrictions labelled as “Abusive Experiences.” These are in addition to the previous restrictions that were implemented in Chrome version 64 back in January 2018. With the release of Chrome version 71 (4 December 2018) all restricted ads will be blocked by Google. If publisher websites display any of the ad creatives/ad formats considered as “Abusive”, Google will penalise these websites. More and more... Read More

  • 5G and the future of online advertising

    4G was launched back in 2010 and with it came app stores, video streaming, programmatic auctions, augmented reality, virtual reality and artificial intelligence became a fledgling possibility. Now 5G looms on the horizon and carriers are readying their plans to deploy it on a large scale, software is being tested and new hardware is being developed to help the global transition to 5G. With promised super-fast connectivity, very low latency... Read More

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