What we do is really simple, but the potential impact for publishers and advertisers is enormous.
WINR is a media technology company. We support digital publishers using our platform, AdGate™ – an advertiser-funded paywall that gives publishers a sustainable, incremental revenue stream while simultaneously providing exceptional brand engagement for advertisers and instant access to content for audiences.
With AdGate™ we’ve created a win:win:win scenario that creates a true value exchange and fundamentally meets the needs of all stakeholders.
Marcelo Ulvert is the Co-Founder and CEO of Australian media technology company WINR. In this piece, he presents the case on why publishers and advertisers should move towards a new data collection and monetisation model. Over the past decade, as the Internet giants including Facebook and Google grew their audiences, we observed the AdTech industry […]
WINR launches AdGate™ Audience Builder to enable publishers to collect their own first-party data and insights at scale, increasing audience engagement and revenue while reducing reliance on Internet giants. Australian media technology company WINR today announced the launch of AdGate™ Audience Builder, the industry’s first platform that enables publishers to gather their own first-party identity […]
With digital media continually evolving, publishers are on the lookout for new ways to monetise their content.
WINR has ramped up the growth of Australia’s first ad-funded paywall, appoints Verizon Media’s Aaron Macarthur. A month after launching Australia’s first advertiser-funded paywall, WINR has appointed Verizon Media’s Aaron Macarthur as its Commercial Director. Macarthur will be supported by a newly announced advisory board; James Perry, former Head of Audience & Publishing Partnerships at […]
It’s referred to by some industry commentators as ‘banner blindness’ – the process whereby website users unconsciously skip or ignore banner ads. While the first banner ad managed to achieve a 44 per cent CTR, today, this figure sits at around 0.05 per cent. In other words, a marketer can expect five clicks per every […]