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opurbo c
Jul 30, 2022
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Revenue from an ad is not the only factor that determines its usefulness for a website. If one ad's CPM is 10% higher than another ad unit, resulting in a 20% drop in traffic, it's actually doing more damage to your monetization than it's doing to the publishing business. Therefore, it is critical to measure and test the performance of each ad unit and how it affects engagement across the site. This, in turn, can help you gauge how much time your readers spend on your site and how much fun they enjoy reading your content. Measuring and analyzing the following metrics can help you develop a more engaging ad viewing experience on your pages: Ad Viewability and Engagement In digital advertising, viewability is critical. For example, even 100% video ad viewability won't ensure you're reaching the right audience. The placement of the Latest Mailing Database video ad itself is vital to staying engaging, but you need to make sure you measure both completion rates and engagement. How long did the ad stay during playback? How many viewers watched the entire video? What do users do after watching a video ad? Bounce Rate This is another important metric that can point to audience engagement and campaign performance based on the ads on your publishing site. There are many factors that can suddenly increase your bounce rate. Understanding what makes visitors enter your articles and leave immediately is an important insight that can help you optimize your pages for better engagement in the future. Misplaced ad units with irrelevant placement will definitely lead to higher bounce rates. That's why, as a publisher, you need to focus on building your site for specific contextually relevant ads. You should also invest heavily in CMS and technology and place ad units based on content. Also, make sure your website performance and speed are correct. Loading time Speaking of speed, as a digital publisher, you must be aware of the need to provide a positive user experience at all times. The load time of pages and ads is a key factor affecting user experience and digital magazine performance. Page load time determines whether users stay on your site or wait a few seconds and then leave. If consumers in the age of digital media have short attention spans, even adding a few seconds to load times can make a difference in a website’s attractiveness or resilience.
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