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The First Native SSP For
Content Marketing

Access open competition across all native demand channels.

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Exovue introduces industry’s first Native SSP (Supply-Side Platform) for content marketing.

  • Supply-side platforms have radically evolved the way publishers generate advertising demand for their audience. Integration with these platforms have enabled websites of all verticals and sizes to sell inventory with maximum efficiency.
  • Native advertising and content recommendation have transformed the way brands engage with their target audience. This highly effective strategy has seen rapid growth in recent years but presents new optimization challenges for publisher.
  • Exovue’s mission is to bridge that gap between advanced platforms and happy publishers to create the first native SSP for content recommendations and making optimizations effortless. Our platform maximizes revenue on every impression.

For Publishers

  • Advanced optimization platform activates competition across all major native networks to maximize revenue from every outbound click.
  • Robust reporting delivers insight to full spectrum data from all partners. Aggregated and consumable in a clear, concise, actionable format.


For Advertisers

  • Deploying through our network of publishers, native vendors can rapidly integrate onto each site and trial run campaigns instantly.
  • Single point of contact handles the deployment of your creative across all approved publishers. Seamlessly accessing previously exclusive inventory.

Industry Insights: Explore the latest industry news and trends with us

  • 63% percent of marketers plan to increase budgets for native advertising in 2015, according to a survey of 127 marketers by ANA.

    Advertising Age

  • 70% of internet users want to learn about products through content than through traditional ads.


  • BI Intelligence data shows native advertising spend to reach $7.9B in 2015 and grow to $21B in 2018, rising from just $4.7B in 2013.

    Business Insider