Affiliate ad hijacking (also known as brand poaching, direct linking, URL jacking) is when an affiliate impersonates a brand by running ads that look identical to a brand’s ads. Customers typically have no idea they have clicked on an affiliate ad, and the affiliate is paid a commission for conversions that the brand would have captured directly. 

This white paper from BrandVerity discusses the following ad hijacking topics:
  • What does ad-hijacking look like?
  • What is the impact of ad hijacking?
  • How can you stop ad hijacking?


Vital to driving mobile advertising success is the ability to leverage audience data across devices, then delivering a consistent experience to potential customers regardless of what device they’re using.

This paper will help you learn how to effectively identify your customers’ various devices, and then create campaigns for the mobile experience.

Download your copy of this informative guide to learn:

  • Understanding the role of mobile ad exchanges
  • How to leverage the popularity of mobile devices
  • 5 mobile advertising best practices, including: audience targeting, mobile creative optimization, and how to choose the right ad format

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