Ad Tech Daily covers news, commentaries and insights on digital advertising topics. We serve a highly targeted, hard-to-reach audience that comprises:
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This is an advertorial, the advertiser provides the content that the publisher will share with their audience.
An advertorial on Ad Tech Daily includes:- an article of virtually unlimited length promoting your company / product / service / whitepaper / whatever else you wish to focus on;- your choice of imagery and multimedia (including logo, infographics, screenshots, embedded videos, .pdf's, other objects) to accompany and illustrate your article;- at least 2 week (3, depending on our turnaround) of being featured in a prominent location of our homepage (center right underneath "trending now") and all other pages (see "featured" section of the sidebar) with no expiration date for the post itself;- links to your company's website, resources, social media profiles (we advise to include up to 3 links per article but can accommodate a few more based on overall article length and relevance of what's being linked).Distribution includes, at the very least, inclusion in all our social media channels (LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook) as well as the RSS feeds of all tags and categories / topics assigned to the article.
|Can I preview the post? |
Yes, we always send out a preview link before publishing.
|Can I publish as guest author? |
Yes, we can set up a member of your team as guest author and publish under that person's name.
|Will you help editing our post? |
Happy to. In fact, we always review articles and make suggestions for improving them.
|Can I use a previously published material? |
Definitely. We welcome re-posts from your own company blog, press release, whitepapers etc.
|Can I use a custom featured image? |
Yes - we can also help customizing it for web and making small adjustments to it.
|When will our sponsored post expire? |
Never. Anything that's ever been published remains up and running, with no expiration date.