Monetize your web traffic with Chitika and earn revenue with our smart ad technology and RTB platform. Displaying Chitika ads on your website puts you in front of advertisers competing for your traffic. And When Multiple Advertisers Compete for Your Traffic, You Win!
Cidewalk today announced they have integrated with Constant Contact®, Inc. (NASDAQ: CTCT) as a technology partner. Through Cidewalk’s patent-pending technology, small business owners can generate email leads via mobile advertisements. These new email leads can then be incorporated into Constant Contact workflows, added to prospect lists, and allow small business owners to share special events and coupons. In addition to Constant Contact’s Marketplace, interested customers can visit www.cidewalk.com to learn more about how Cidewalk targets locally, where their ads will be shown, and pricing details.
As always Chitika strives to constantly be improving and changing. Chitika is proud to announce it's new slider ad units. These units show multiple targeted products that cycle as the user remains on the page. The new UI increases user engagement which results in a higher CTR.
When this ad unit is used we see an increased in CTR by 3-4%. Currently only the 550x250 ad size uses this new format. Additional sizes will be launching in the upcoming weeks.
Every now and then, we update our policies to improve our publisher experience and to prepare for future changes to the products and services we offer.
By now, Chitika Insights is no stranger to Apple earnings calls: Among nods from former Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer to Apple CEO Tim Cook, the company has referenced Chitika Insights data numerous times in public-facing announcements. This time, current Apple CFO Luca Maestri cited Chitika Insights data regarding not just one, but both of the company’s key products, the iPhone and the iPad
Between January 2014 and January 2015, Samsung tablets experienced the largest increase in North American usage share of any other tablet brand. Conversely, users of Apple's iPad, while still responsible for the largest portion of North American tablet Web traffic, now generate a usage share 7.4 percentage points lower than January 2014, and 10.2 percentage points lower than January 2013.