Maximizing for Publishers
Lightweight, customizable technology empowers the web’s leading publishers to reach and exceed their revenue, engagement and growth goals.
Unique First-Party DemandExpansive self-service advertiser marketplace delivers unique, first-party demand to publisher widgets
No Cookie Dependence
First-party data belongs to publishers and doesn’t rely on cookies to drive performance.
Consistent, Predictable Revenue
No performance fluctuations or seasonal volatility enables publishers to accurately forecast revenue and operate their business
More RevenueMonetize your traffic at 20%+ higher rates than other platforms, guaranteed.
Our widgets perform ~60% faster than competitors
More Revenue Per Pixel
Improved Reader UX
Less Real Estate
Fully Customizable Widgets
Fully customizable, native widgets match the look and feel of your sites and apps, creating a truly frictionless user experience
Brand Safety At Your FingertipsGranular content controls provide a high quality user experience to your audience.
80% Revenue Uplift in a True Partnership
In a head-to-head split test, Revcontent outperformed competitors by ~80%, offering McClatchy more revenue in a flexible contract while also increasing page speed.
“As we searched for a new content recommendation partner to support our dedication to high-quality local journalism, Revcontent outperformed competitors by over 80% while also increasing our page load speed by 68%. This was critical as it provides more revenue while supporting our organic growth and user acquisition efforts.”
– McClatchy Director of Programmatic Revenue, Nick Ames
21% More Revenue With a Better User Experience
After testing the entire space, Salon partnered exclusively with Revcontent for significantly higher returns.
“Revcontent outperformed other content recommendation providers by 21% during Salon’s test period. Our site loads 5x faster than before, and our average ad unit viewability has nearly doubled year over year. We’re delivering less ad impressions, speeding up the experience for our readers, and not suffering any reduction in our earnings.”
– Salon Chief Revenue Officer, Justin Wohl