No two websites are the same, so why should their monetization be? Our team of experts creates a custom strategy for each and every one of our publishers, tailored to their needs.
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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.
If you’re in the online content business whether it be a website publication, video or mobile app, you’ve probably already had a taste of programmatic monetization. Digital advertising has a lot to offer, however, things can get quite daunting the more your get into the finer details of the industry. So, in this piece, we’ll be deciphering acronyms and buzzwords like CPM, impressions, ad requests etc. to help you understand the basics of ad monetization so that you can take the next step in making money through web publishing.
If you’re an avid publisher, chances are you’re already familiar with native advertising and its intricacies. That said, today native is as relevant as ever, so it’s definitely worth reconsidering in case you haven’t explored the ad format yet. Let’s have a quick reminder of the basics and summarize the benefits of adopting native ads into your monetization strategy.
A couple of weeks ago, Google rolled out another significant update affecting the first page of search results. The update happened quickly, 100% globally and from now on webpages with featured snippets will not appear twice on the first page. So, what does all this mean for digital publishers?