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SegmentNext joined PubGalaxy in early 2018 and we thought we’d share with you how we’ve managed to ramp up their performance and how we compare with their previous partner.
Fotor.com offers an online photo editing tool that attracts a diverse and dedicated audience worldwide. Check out the story to find out how they streamlined their processes and maximized ad revenue.
Scott Webster from AndroidGuys.com is one of those publishers who can share knowledge from over a decade worth of experience. Check out his monetization learnings in the success story below.
Last week Google announced that it will be shutting down third-party cookies on its popular web browser – Chrome. By 2022, the tech giant’s largest targeted advertising technology will be gone for good. Google’s decision intends to encourage publishers, advertising companies and other browser providers to help Google create a new set of privacy-focused web standards. This move definitely shook the advertising world and the first step towards the new status quo is already in sight. Google has announced that it will limit cross-site tracking in their browser by default, starting in February 2020 with the release of Chrome 80.
On the 13th of Jan, Google announced that it’s rolling out a core algorithm update. By the end of the week, the update will settle and SEOs and webmasters will be able to fully understand if and how their web properties have been affected.
why it is so important to implement them Ads.txt and Sellers.json aren’t new to the programmatic industry. If you’re a publisher you’re most likely familiar with the terms and probably already adopted the initiative. We have covered this topic before, so we will briefly remind you of the basics.