The United Kingdom has one of the biggest internet users community in the world. Indeed, there are about 62.87 million monthly users, meaning almost the entire country has internet service.
Actually, the British mainly utilize the internet to send and receive emails. After all, searching for information, social networking, and reading the news are some of the activities that 60% of adults participate in.
As a result, the digital audience in the UK spends more time on Google than on any other site, with over 755 million hours spent on it. As an illustration, British adults spend more than 24 hours a week on the internet.
Additionally, the second main reason for internet usage in the UK is to find information about goods and services (83%). Also, 70% of the online community use internet access for reading news, newspapers, or magazines.
As internet use is growing on a daily basis in the UK, placing an ad on your website is a great way to capitalize on your efforts.
After all, your content may be interesting and useful to many brands to be linked with. In fact, besides placing a traditional banner ad, you may consider native advertising.
Most ad systems employ an automated network to display advertisements in certain areas of your website. When a consumer responds to this material (by watching, clicking on, or making a purchase through the ad), you get a share of the commission, with the rest going to the network.
This is a full-service SSP platform based in the United Kingdom with over 12 years of ad monetization experience.
Several publishers purchase ad codes in order to entice visitors to read more articles on the same site or to boost revenue from referral traffic.
The network, which is powered by a powerful prediction engine, provides publishers the tools, intelligence reports, and customization options that are critical for success in digital media.
Publishers earn 70% of the revenue generated by MediaFem as a result of their use of the service. These percentages are consistent across all publishers, regardless of location, and they are not averaged across them all.
Also published on Medium.