Position Yourself as a Thought Leader with Native Advertising

Native Advertising

Native Advertising is a form of advertising meant to blend into the organic content of a website so as to improve the overall trust and experience for users. The goal is to position an advertiser as an authority by creating content that can be utilized as advertising, but that has all the validity and readability of a regular WRAL.com article. This article can then be advertised to the large WRAL.com audience through home page rotations, display ads targeted by section, or even through organic search on Google.

Evergreen Content that lives on WRAL.com in perpetuity

Our talented writers will create content that is both evergreen and informative, and these articles will live in an asset gallery devoted to your content forever, or until zombies take over the earth. In addition, your will own 100% share of voice on all ads that run on your asset gallery for the extent of your campaign.

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