Ad Format Types

Push Ads (Push Notification Ads + In-Page Push Ads)

Push notification ads appear like alerts in a non-intrusive way on the user's device. They provide unrivaled ad visibility appearing even when the user is not browsing the web.  

Key info

  • Big image available 
  • iOS not available
  • appear right on the users device

**To join the pro league, check out our Ultimate Guide to Push.**

In-Page Push ads appear very similar to push notifications, but instead of being an actual alert notification like push notifications, they are apart of our publisher's website.  This allows them to work on all browsers and platforms including iOS, but it limits them to only be shown while a user is visiting a webpage. 

Key info

  • iOS available
  • Big image not available 
  • User freshness not relevant 
  • appears on a website

**To join the pro league, check out our Complete Guide to In-Page Push.**

Native Ads

Native ads are often found as recommended content on a web page. Unlike display ads or banner ads, native ads don't really look like ads. They look like part of the editorial flow of the page. The key advantage of native advertising is that it is non-disruptive - it exposes the reader to advertising content without distinct ad feeling that other formats have.

Key info

  • Fully responsive ads: mimicking the exact look of a website to appear as page content rather than an ad.
  • Access to premium sites: promote on thousands of top applications and websites.
  • Immune to ad-block: get 100% real impressions without forced clicks.
  • User freshness not relevant

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