The native ad cheat sheet: What works and why

Advertisers now have many options when it comes to native. According to the IAB’s Native Advertising Playbook, the six most commonly used native ad formats include in-feed units, paid search, recommendation widgets, promoted listings, in-ad with native elements and custom, which includes endemic in-feed. Each execution is designed to help advertisers achieve specific goals.

Of those six, we’ve identified the three best formats for distributing branded content.

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This concludes Nativo’s three-part series around tips and best practices for native advertising. Enjoyed this one? Check out our other infographics: Four steps on the path to more impactful native and Five native ad metrics and the benchmarks that tell you when it’s working.

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