TOP PERFORMING ADS FOR A MOBILE TAKEOVER
Compliment the desktop takeover with the mobile Wrapper ad unit. The mobile experience is completely different than desktop and requires more engagement with the user. The Wrapper will translate the splash from desktop to a mobile smartphone and tablet providing a Top Cover, Bottom Cover, Rails and in-content pairing with another mobile rich media ad unit. The Wrapper considers all of the actions and capabilities available on a mobile device such as interactivity, personalization and usage patterns – keeping readers more engaged with your client’s message throughout their mobile experience.
Wrapper with a Window Creative Demo
Engage every viewer by displaying your digital story in the most immersive and effective displays. Follow the Wrapper with the listed in-content units below that all run out of the top 300x250 ad position on the page. For other in-content options click here.
Bring interactivity to static 300x600px assets and engage customers in a fun, respectful way (Window ad unit used in Westworld creative demo to the left).
This dynamic effect encourages genuine engagement with your campaign, making sure your brand leaves a lasting impression.
Let customers engage with your videos, not just watch them like most other instant play formats. Flexplay promises increased brand engagement, as it transforms your existing video assets into an interactive format that is actually fun to play with. And unlike other outstream video formats that disrupt the reader’s experience by pushing page content down, Flexplay respects the user experience and will never sour your brand message.
The Pull format is an in-content placement and part of our patent-pending position aware formats. This means that the ad format actually knows where it is at on the page and can deliver different images at different points: a first image when its at the bottom third of your view, a middle image at the center, and a final image at the top. Brands often use this to establish basic narrative and deliver their messaging in a before-and-after or beginning, middle, end format.