When it comes to specific aspects of Internet marketing it’s sometimes hard to find tips, tutorials, and training on how to do certain things…mainly because the people that know how to do them are actually busy doing them, so it’s hard for them to justify taking time aside to teach and train someone else.
But occasionally experts that are also leaders in their industry do emerge to help train and educate the masses, and when they do, definitely pay attention.
One is example if Justin Brooke. Justin has been the go-to media buyer for million dollar companies for years and has recently created Digital Media Buyers Institute to help teach and train others about all different kinds of traffic sources.
A popular one that has popped up in the last few years that certainly has a lot of buzz around it but I don’t personally see hardly any training for is native ads. Native ads are those click baity images you see on authority and viral type sites. The great thing about native ads networks is that you can usually get started driving traffic for as little as a few dollars per day and from what I hear it’s basically the wild west again as far as what you’re allowed to run and the images and text you’re allowed to use.
So, if you’re looking to learn more about native ads advertising and tap into the billions of impressions you could be advertising to daily, check out Justin’s Bulletproof Native Ads.
Additionally, another tool you should check out if you’re interested and serious about native ads is Advault. Advault is a native ads spy tool. Most every big name marketer that I know that advertises on paid media, whether it be on Facebook or Display ads, etc, uses some sort of spy tool to check out and reverse engineer their competitors before they ever publish their first ads. Advault does the same thing but for native ads. It’s not cheap, but like I said if you’re serious, it would definitely be a wise investment.