• Native Ads

    Avoid banner blindness, serving ads that recommend the content most suitable to the users’ interests. Do not irritate and are organically intertwined into the users’ interaction with the website. Suggest a more subtle and indirect selling approach, rather than standing out as hard-sell advertising.
  • Banners

    Classic 300x250 display banners. Banners are placed in high-traffic locations on webpages. These high-visibility locations help to increase brand awareness and generate leads.
  • Push notifications

    These are clickable messages sent to the desktop or mobile device of users who subscribe to browser push notifications. Users themselves choose to subscribe to all notifications if they wish to receive them. Hence, push ads are directly transmitted to the user subscription numbers attributed to their mobile and desktop devices. They are delivered right to the user screen, even when they are not searching the web or interacting with an app.
  • In-Page Push

    In general, In-page Push ads are similar to push-notifications, but with a few massive advantages: ads are delivered to the user at the right time while browsing a website's content. Much higher CTR, because all users who explore the website are 100% likely to see the ad. In-Page Push ads are established in the market and are often used by publishers, so users are receptive to them. Users don't need to subscribe to a notification to see In-page Push ads.
  • In-Stream Video

    Video ads that play before, during, or after video users want to watch. In-stream video ads are divided into three placement types:
    A Pre-roll — Video Ad which appears before the video that the user has selected to play.
    A Mid-roll — short ads in the middle of a video, more aggressive format, so we recommend using pre-roll at the beginning.
    A Post-roll — promotional video that appears after the video has finished and therefore can be less intrusive.
  • Out-Stream Video

    Video ads that appear in non-video based editorial content, play on-page and full-width after a user has read or scrolled to a certain point down the page.
  • In-banner Video

    In-banner Video: looks like a traditional display banner ad, but instead of a static image, a short video is shown in its place.
  • Full-page Interstitial

    Interstitial ads are interactive, full-screen ads that cover the full interface of their host app or site. Users can tap the ad to visit their destination or close it to continue with site content.
  • Pop-under/Tab-under

    Well-implemented pop-ups deliver a prompt exactly when your site visitors are most likely to click through. Banner blindness occurs just as frequently on your website as it does in display advertising. Pop-ups have a 100% view rate. Visitors can't help but read your message or value proposition when it pops up in their screen. Even if they close it, the message has still been communicated.
  • Skim

    This kind of ad, shown when a user clicks on the page content, appears hidden in a new window or tab in front of the main browser window. This is the best way to boost website rankings with high volume and cheap traffic.
  • Tab

    This ad format is embedded in the site menu. Tab advertising is natively adjusted to the site design and does not annoy users.

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