Ad Quality

Ad Blocking – What Publishers Need to Know in 2020

Ad Blocking

If you’re a publisher, there’s no way you haven’t heard of Ad Block before. But in today’s world of digital publishing, you can’t talk about ad blockers without mentioning user experience as well. It’s no coincidence that Google has been going hard on poor UX but rather a response to the real risks to the industry, revealed by the introduction of ad-blocking tools.

What is “Invalid Traffic” and Should You Worry About it?

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Invalid traffic is an overarching term, used to refer to shady online activity, although that’s a limited definition. In reality, there are plenty of legitimate reasons which can cause a portion of your traffic to be considered “invalid”. If you happen to get any alerts containing the same phrase, don’t panic just yet. We’ll discuss all the different types bellow, to explain when you need to take action and when it’s nothing to worry about. 

Ad Placement Tactics You May Not Know

Ad Placement Tactics

In the past, we’ve talked plenty about engagement, viewability and layout optimization. While the basics are easy to understand, making decisions can sometimes be less so. What do you do when viewability comes at the expense of engagement? Or when your partner policies are in conflict with the user experience? Well, there’s rarely a straight answer that works for everyone. But we’re here to give you some specific ad placement tactics that you can most likely implement right away.

How To Maintain Quality Ads And Ensure Brand Safety

At PubGalaxy, we love specialization and we focus on every aspect of website monetization. One of the most important factors for the long-term success of publishers is, inevitably, brand safety. Hence, the rise of the Ad Quality team within PubGalaxy. Most Common Ad Quality Issues     Nowadays publishers’ most common problem is mobile ad malware. It represents about 95% of the total, far more compared to the desktop one – 5%. The first reason is that desktop computers have a lot more tools for properly detecting problems like Phishing, Back Button Hijacking or Auto-redirecting.