How Publishers Can Monetize the Mobile Web

[caption id="attachment_180434" align="alignright" width="300"] Click image to download the Playbook[/caption] Long before Apple introduced Intelligent Tracking Protection in its Safari browsers—making traffic “anonymous” and untargetable in advertisers’ minds—publishers were struggling to monetize mobile web traffic. Despite more than 10 years of surging mobile traffic, few publishers have found good solutions for driving revenue from this channel. But don’t despair, the imminent demise of the third-party tracking cookie and new technology designed specifically to enhance mobile site speed and ad delivery are set to revitalize the space and enable publishers to maximize mobile web revenue opportunities. Of course, it won’t be simple. A mobile monetization strategy is definitely not plug and play. Mobile monetization strategies are about the bigger picture—a coordinated effort around several distinct digital publishing areas that ensure both better user experience and optimal monetization. Better site performance means increased pageviews, equaling more impressions and ultimately higher revenue. With this in mind, our sister brand AdMonsters developed a playbook aimed at helping you navigate these challenges. It dives into the nuances of each of the areas mentioned above, illustrate how they're interconnected and assist you in making your mobile web performance the best it can be. DOWNLOAD THE PLAYBOOK! The post How Publishers Can Monetize the Mobile Web appeared first... Continue reading at 'Folio Magazine'

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