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What is Native Advertising?

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In this video you’re going to discover just exactly what native advertising is.

Before I get into that, if you’re looking for advanced strategies that insiders are using to get 248% ROI on their ads right now, I’ve got a special video for you, just click this link: nativeadvertisingsecrets.com/.

Native advertising is really just a buzz term that’s used to describe ads that look like the content that the ad is placed within. It started off a long time ago with soap operas and then moved over into things like infomercials, and advertorials.

Another example of native advertisements are, when you’re on a blog and you see the little section below the content post where it says links around the web. Those are actually advertisements that are disguised to look like content or other blog posts.

Then another example of native advertisement is Facebook newsfeed ads. They can look exactly like a status update, and they show up right in the newsfeed, versus the right hand column, which is becoming increasingly less noticed by most prospects.

One thing that you need to understand is that online advertising is becoming increasingly difficult to pull off successfully using the traditional methods because people are simply becoming blind to them. The most effective way to combat this is using native advertisements which is just a fancy term for ads that look similar to the content around them.

It sounds counter-intuitive, but the best way to get noticed is to actually blend in. Think of soap operas and infomercials. They are the original native ads and have been running successfully for decades, selling billions of dollars of products.

One thing you need to understand is that online advertising is becoming increasingly difficult to pull off successfully using the traditional methods, because people are simply becoming blind to them. The most effective way to combat this is using native advertisements, which is just a fancy term for ads that look similar to the content around them.

It sounds counter-intuitive, but the best way to get noticed is to actually blend in. Think of soap operas and infomercials. They are the original native ads and have been running successfully for decades, selling billions of dollars of products.

Now if you want to start leveraging native ads, there’s two choices you can make.

You can go out and spend all the time and money trying to figure them out on your own, or you can just click this link: http://nativeadvertisingsecrets.com/ that will take you to a page where you can get free, instant access to a special video I put together just for you called 17 Advanced Native Advertising Secret Insiders Use to Get 248% ROI Right Now.

These are all techniques that have been proven to work through multiple tests across the 22 accounts I manage for clients and myself. You can use them to drive sales of products or to generate leads for selling high ticket products and services over the phone. It will literally save you massive amounts of time and money, so go ahead and click this link: http://nativeadvertisingsecrets.com/  right now to get this video while it’s fresh on your mind.

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Jason Hornung

Jason is the President & Creative Director of JH Media, a full service digital advertising agency specializing in Facebook ads. He is sought out by millionaires to run highly profitable Facebook ad campaigns. If you'd like to find out what your #1 Facebook ads profitability barrier is, click here: http://2xyoursales.com/barriers

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