Native rendering is the process of loading ads using native code that already exists on a specific platform.
Basically, native rendering helps ads load faster, delivering better user experiences. It also provides new templates and opportunities for advertisers to customize their ad creatives.
Why is native rendering so important?
Native ad rendering is important because it further automates the native ad delivery process, helping advertisers and publishers save time and money on campaign management.
Native ads already improve user experiences, since they match the form of their surrounding content and fit seamlessly into distribution channels. Native ad rendering makes that process even smoother, preparing for ad delivery on target platforms — ahead of time.
How can you render ads natively?
Many programmatic marketing platforms have their own native renderers. Google Ad Manager (GAM), for example, renders ads natively based on advertisers’ specifications. The platform also offers custom rendering capabilities with your own in-app code.
Jeeng has its own native ad renderer, which is integrated with GAM, so publishers and advertisers can deliver email-ready ads. They can also add custom native components like clickable URLs, images, titles, subtitles, fonts, and descriptions.