When we looked at major trends for 2016, native advertising was at the top of the list. This type of advertising has seen rapid growth and tons of digital marketers and publishers have experienced its success. Spend on native advertising is expected to reach $21 billion in 2018. That’s almost a 60% growth from the $7.5 billion expected spend in 2015. If you’ve invested in this type of advertising but haven’t been seeing the results you expected, the problem could be in the networks you’re using. Below we discuss four networks worth considering for a profitable native strategy.
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