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We understand that programmatic advertising has the ability to confuse and be a little overwhelming, with its massive amount of different terms and phrases. Let us break it down for you, term by term from A to Y. (Ad) tag along.
Google Ad Exchange or AdX, is one of the most sought-after ad exchanges on the market. Google AdX was however designed for large-sized publishers and advertisers, and it can be tricky, if not impossible, for small- and medium-sized players to access Google Ad Exchange. This means that publishers need to choose their monetization partners very wisely, or they might lose a lot of potential revenue.
In 2021, Google made a significant change regarding how they rank web pages. The launch of Core Web Vitals placed user experience at the forefront.
January is yet again here, the time of the year publishers fear the most, mainly due to the dropping ad revenue and poor performance the month brings along.
It’s here again, the most festive season of the year for publishers - let’s say it out loud together, Q4. Jokes aside, it is no secret that the end of the year is a glorious time for publishers, where CPM numbers peak and revenue generally reaches the highest levels of all year.
A high click-through rate is something you want to achieve, as it affects your Google ads’ performance and revenue. The question is, how do you manipulate your CTR rate and generate more clicks on your campaigns? In this post, we will go through how to calculate CTR, why it is important to have a good click-through rate, and how you can improve yours.
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