AtomicHub Launches Platform To Aid Web3 Advertisers And Publishers

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AtomicHub has launched a platform that will help NFT, Web3/crypto advertisers, and publishers connect with the right audiences and scale their operations. This is according to a press release seen at the start of the month. The platform dubbed AtomicAds.io an entity by AtomicHub designed to increase exposure for various Web3 projects.

Now users of AtomicAds.io will tap into the AtomicHub.io user base, which consists of over 2.3 million connected wallets, and 630,000 monthly active users. For any project looking for exposure, that is a huge audience. Following the launch of AtomicAds.io, AtomicHub is calling on more publishers and advertisers to join this “new, breakthrough advertising ecosystem.”

As a platform, AtomicAds will provide a simple, self-service ad space that will offer targeted and effective reach for businesses that aim to “promote Web3 products, crypto services, and NFT collections to targeted audiences at scale.”

That said, publishers will be able to list ad inventory such as banner space by website, blockchain, date, and time, which advertisers can book using a well-designed self-service system.

The platform is a dream for Web3/crypto advertisers, as they will be able to access “rich, data-driven insights in real time,” which allows them to optimize their campaigns and manage ads.

AtomicAds Simplifies The Process for Web3/Crypto Advertisers And Publishers

Speaking on the launch, Jeffrey Haas, Chief Revenue Officer at AtomicHub, was excited, noting that the platform was born as a result of the company’s experience publishing within the Web3 space, an experience that can be “complex, time-consuming, and frustrating.”

Adding “We developed AtomicAds to improve our ability to efficiently offer programmatic advertising on our own sites, and are now offering the platform to others who want to reach our highly-desired audiences.”

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