why ad reinsertion matters

Why Ad Reinsertion Matters

If you want to start a shouting match at a tech conference, just bring up ad reinsertion. It’s this year’s hot button issue in technology. But for all of reinsertion’s divisiveness, it’s still the hottest corner of ad tech in 2017. And for good reason: It’s recapturing millions of lost dollars for publishers already. On one […]

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Study reveals adblocking causes sites to lose traffic

It’s being called the “Adblock Paradox”: The counterintuitive fact that adblock actually causes a site to lose traffic over time. Most of us think that using an ad blocker makes reading web pages more enjoyable. So it would be natural to assume that Adblock use would be tied to increases in overall web traffic. But according to […]

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Why adblock walls don’t work. (And what works better).

Adblock walls are everywhere today. We’ve all seen them. You arrive at one of your favorite websites and suddenly there’s a message covering your browser-window which asks you to disable your adblocker. Adblock walls are a natural progression of the rise in adblocking. What was once a small ‘fringe’ phenomenon led by college-aged geeks has gone mainstream.With 25% of […]

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ReviveAds Presentation Recap – Part I

A big thanks to yesterday’s presentation attendees for making yesterday’s event successful. We’ll be doing more in the near future, so please join our mailing list for updates. The webinar featured Mark Bauman (CEO, MediaReps), Mat Chow (Director of Business Development, ReviveAds), and James Roven (Founder, BlockAdblock). For those of you who missed the event, here are some […]

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Come meet up with ReviveAds at the Startup World Cup

ReviveAds will be in San Francisco for the global finals of the Startup World Cup on March 24, 2017. We hope to see you there! $1,000,000 in prize money will be awarded to the winning team at next Friday’s event. The Startup World Cup is a worldwide competition and networking event for top startups, entrepreneurs, technology CEO’s […]

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ReviveAds will be at NamesCon in Las Vegas!

  ReviveAds is attending NamesCon in Last Vegas the upcoming NamesCon Conference for Domainers January 23 – 25th in las Vegas. ReviveAds is the premier Adblock circumvention platform for advertisers. Using patent-pending technology, ReviveAds uses a unique “ad reinsertion” system. ReviveAds can actually serve ads through ad blockers. This sophisticated technology, called ad-reinsertion, is the […]

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ReviveAds named one of the top 40 startups of the year

ReviveAds is officially one of the top 40 startups at the Startup World Cup in New York for Ad Tech. We will be competing with 40 other nominees for top startup of the year. We were honored to be selected and will be sending our best. If you will be attending ad tech, email us to […]

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Google wants popups gone from websites

Google wants pop-up ads gone by January 10

By Heather Fletcher As of January 10, mobile marketers will have to re-consider their ad targeting plans. Ads like an intrusive popup or standalone interstitials will be removed. According to Google, these forms of intrusive ads have made content less accessible. Google says that starting Jan 10, they will slam sites that block content on […]

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ReviveAds in the palm of your hand

Did your cellphone just buzz? That was ReviveAds alerting you that we have launched our mobile ad block solution. ReviveAds has become one of the best mobile adblocked advertising recovery specialists. From smart phones to tablets, ReviveAds has discovered how to target any device or carrier to promote your mobile ads — and circumvent Adblock […]

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Is Google’s plan to demote sites with pop-ups and abuse of power?

Say goodbye to seeing pop-ups in your mobile Google searches by January 2017. This big move by Google is causing quite a stir amongst marketers and advertisers. Some Marketers say that pop-ups are a nuisance and that Google intends to make the Internet a better place for everyone. While others say that Google is yet […]

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