Native Advertising – When and Who?

Native is in fast pace and is expected to have much more spends in 2015 than 2014. Advertisers are liking it and are interested doing different than traditional advertising or banner advertising. To know in detail about native advertising, click here and also let’s know which publisher started native ads in which year:

 

Date Media
Mar-14  WSJ
Mar-14  CNN
Feb-14  NBC
Feb-14  Guardian
Jan-14  BBC
Jan-14  NY Times
Dec-13  Vanity Fair
Nov-13  Time
Sep-13  Harpers Bazaar
Sep-13  New Yorker
Aug-13  Wired
Aug-13  Digg
May-13  Huffington Post
May-13  Hearst
May-13  Business Insider
May-13  Politico
Apr-13  Yahoo
Mar-13  WaPo
Sep-12  Atlantic
Sep-12  Quartz
Sep-11  Buzzfeed
Nov-10  Forbes
May-09  Gawker

New York Times” First Native Ad – Advertiser “DELL“:

NYT First Native Ad - Jan 2014

NYT First Native Ad – Jan 2014

The “Wall Street Journal” First Native Ad:

WSJ -First Native Ad- March 14

WSJ -First Native Ad- March 14

 

2 thoughts on “Native Advertising – When and Who?

  1. Ankit Mathur

    Hello,

    From what I understood, Native Ads are usually adopting the look and feel of the platform. However, the Dell ad example shown in The New York Times, seems slightly out of place- specially with their blue background.
    Do let me know what you think.

    Regards,
    Ankit Mathur

    • Hey Ankit,

      Ideally, that blendness would give a bit more spike. But keeping the same background does not confirm it as native ad. It should go with the content, blend or merge with it so that it does not look like a banner ad and many more measures to look on.

      Regards,
      kOA

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