Misleading ads : “Despite the potential backlash against misunderstood native ads, media sites under monetization pressure are turning to native advertising to drive digital revenue,” says eMarketer. “Notable examples include Forbes, The Atlantic and The Washington Post. Others such as CNN and Hearst have said they are considering it.”
For marketers, Nielsen and NM Incite cautioned that consumers’ attitudes toward social media and advertising were still evolving. One-third of social media users said they found ads on social networks more annoying than those elsewhere on the Internet. But on the flip side, over a quarter said they would be more likely to pay attention to an ad shared by one of their social media connections.
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Consumers have spoken & again it is too many sales or promotional posts that annoy your audience the most
Almost a third of consumers (30 percent) think online advertizing is not effective, while more than half (54 percent) reckon web banner ads don’t work. Unsurprisingly a smaller percentage of marketers held those views (16 percent and 33 percent respectively).