Ads Interactive Blog
How can you monetize your website? - A blog about digital marketing online advertising, and new technologies that help you to get the most out of your website.
What is viewability and why is it important for publishers?
If an ad is not viewable, it is unlikely to have any impact on the viewer.Read more
How to provide the best user experience for your readers?
The visitors will stay longer on your site if you can provide a positive user experience for them. To achieve this, these are the most important areas that you should pay attention to.Read more
Where to place ads on your website?
We collected the most useful areas to display ads on your site, and the ad sizes that the majority of the advertisers prefer.Read more
Why an effective inventory structure is important for publishers?
The proper planning of the ad inventory structure helps publishers to control the number of ads they are running and ensure that the right ads are being served in the right places.Read more
Types of Creatives in Google Ad Manager
We’ll take a look at the different kinds of creatives that you can use in Ad Manager and give a few tips about applying them.Read more
How to link Adsense and Ad Manager accounts?
Linking your AdSense and AdManager accounts is important because it allows you to easily view and manage your ad performance across both platforms.Read more
Ad monetization: Ad Manager vs. Adsense
Both AdSense and Ad Manager have some advantages, so it’s important to consider which one is the best for your website.Read more
Why should publishers have a Google Ad Manager account?
Registering for Google AdManager is an important step for publishers who want to stay ahead of the game and make the most out of their digital advertising campaigns.Read more
Ads Interactive Media Group becomes preferred partner of Criteo in Hungary
Ads Interactive and Criteo (NASDAQ: CRTO), the Commerce Media company, are joining forces to accelerate growth in Hungary.Read more
Google Analytics 4 (GA4): Should I stay or should I go?
If you are a publisher, you’ve probably noticed that Google started to roll out the next version of Google Analytics, called Google Analytics 4 (GA4). If you haven’t already done the setup in your account, you’re receiving notifications from Google […]Read more