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Polar announces major platform upgrade for MediaVoice; the native advertising platform of choice for The Washington Post, Forbes, Slate, Huffington Post and more

NEW YORK, Jan. 29, 2015 – Today, Polar ( is announcing a major platform upgrade to MediaVoice, its native advertising platform used by the world’s largest publishers. The Washington Post, Forbes, Slate, Huffington Post, Conde Nast, News Corp, Hearst Magazines, Associated Press, Refinery29, Major League Baseball, The Daily Telegraph, The Economist and Bloomberg are some… Read more »

Four things that went wrong in native advertising in 2014

  Native advertising had a banner year, some say by doing what the banner couldn’t – driving click-through-rates, time spent, and engagement through captivating content and layouts readers love. It’s not all sunshine and roses ,however. As with any exciting, emerging format, native advertising had its missteps in 2014. Here are four stories that showed… Read more »


Why this holiday season might be the perfect time for mobile native ads

  The timely results from a recent holiday mobile shopping survey highlight why pushing native advertising on mobile is the right move for publishers this year. The IAB’s “Holiday Shopping in a Cross-Screen World” study was developed in partnership with Verizon and shows how assumptions about the week between the Christmas holiday and New Year’s… Read more »

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Polar serves 1-billion native ads on mobile; small screen winning in sponsored content

Audiences are flocking to mobile, and sponsored content is following. Today we’re announcing we have served over 1-billion native ads on mobile for publishers such as Slate, Condé Nast, Hearst, Telegraph, The Washington Post, and Associated Press. The world’s largest publishers choose Polar to serve their native advertising, with over-700 media sites using their MediaVoice platform to power… Read more »


AdTruth VP James Lamberti drops by Polar

  James Lamberti has worked in ad tech, mobile, and marketing for almost 20 years, with stints at InMobi, and comScore, and Clorox. Currently, James is Vice President and General Manager of AdTruth, the digital media division of 41st Parameter, and sits on Polar’s board of directors. James recently say down with Kunal and team… Read more »

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B2B Publishers bet big on native advertising

B2B publishers are winning over clients with new native advertising programs tailored to the unique needs for B2B content marketers. Based on the aggregate data of over 3 Billion native ads served on our platform this year, we have seen that native ad campaigns from B2B publishers outperform other verticals by a factor of 4… Read more »

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The Globe and Mail’s native ad engagement outperforms global benchmarks according to data provided by Polar

November 12, 2014 (Toronto, ON) – After six months of working and refining their sponsored content program, The Globe and Mail – Canada’s National Newspaper – bests industry standards for engagement in native advertising. By working with MediaVoice, Polar’s powerful native advertising platform, the publisher has the technical tools to accompany their aggressive sponsored content… Read more »


How do you approach disclosure in native advertising?

When creating a sponsored content program, one of the biggest challenges for publishers is agreeing on what constitutes the right amount of disclosure for their native advertising. Leaders in publishing go back and forth with their staff, pouring over aggregate data – like that found in our refreshed benchmarks – and determine exactly how to label their… Read more »


Why the banner is dead (on mobile)

By Kunal Gupta, CEO, Polar. A version of this post appeared on Mobile Marketer. With the release by Apple of the iPhone 6 Plus, publishers are seemingly excited as they think the news will encourage marketers to more seriously consider advertising on mobile devices. I think not, as the banner is dead on mobile, and here’s why:… Read more »