Snapchat Approves Branded Content Ads for Discover Publishers

Snapchat has worked out a deal with publishers that finally allows them to publish branded content to the app.Until now, publishers couldn't create the ads they ran between the articles and videos they post in the app's Discover section for professional media partners such as BuzzFeed, Hearst, NBC Universal, Scripps Networks Interactive and Vice.The branded content ads will be worked out directly between the publishers and advertisers, with whatever videos and articles they create together designed resemble the rest of the media on offer in the app. Continue reading at AdAge.com Continue reading at 'Advertising Age'

[ Advertising Age | 2018-03-09 00:00:00 UTC ]
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Facebook Added ‘Paid’ to Branded Content, and More Pages Can Now Start Publishing It

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Snapchat’s new audience-based ad strategy could wrest control from Discover publishers

As Snapchat’s ad platform evolves, the top publishers that helped pioneer advertising there could lose some autonomy to strike their own deals. The messaging and media app wants to stop looking at Discover, where publishers like BuzzFeed, Vox, Cosmo, IGN, MTV and others post daily editions, as... Continue reading at Digiday

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Snapchat Finally Enables Publishers to 'Deep Link' to Their Discover Content

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How quality content separates publishers from ad streams

There’s a difference between a publisher and a trashy ad stream – but the digital media industry still hasn’t defined what it is. One thing is clear: It all comes down to quality content. The post How quality content separates publishers from ad streams appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading at Digiday

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‘If we have to, we let them walk away’: Branded content margin pressure squeezes publishers

Media agency metrics and cut-rate pricing are putting major pressure on the margins of publishers' branded content operations. The post ‘If we have to, we let them walk away’: Branded content margin pressure squeezes publishers appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading at Digiday

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Instagram has a new ad format for branded content

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YouTube’s brand-safety woes give publishers a boost in selling video ads directly

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Digiday Research: European publishers expect to make more money from branded content in 2019

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Facebook is playing nicer with publishers by easing up on ad and content restrictions

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Snapchat Is Trying to Get Publishers to Cut Back on Racy and Misleading Content

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