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    Don't have a sophisticated ad serving system currently in your CMS? Your content management system can always use a helping hand for serving better advertisements and content to your target audience. AdsNative.com helps beginner and experienced bloggers and internet marketers achieve their online marketing objectives.

    Serving the right ads at the right time without annoying your site visitors delivers value and positive online word of mouth to others about your web presence, additionally to encouraging people across the web from all walks of life to visit your site.

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    Quick note about 3rd party ad serving: Webmasters looking to reduce bandwidth usage and minimize server resource use on their dedicated server would make the wise decision to relying on a third-party add serving service to host their advertisements. Did you know if you post images to an advert on your server inside of an images folder that you're using up more server resources that could potentially slow down your site speed loading time, resulting in a higher search engine ranking which is not good. Higher search engine rankings also lead to higher bounce rates. Posting images and advertisements elsewhere reduces server used across the board, improving your site loading time and potentially contributing to a lower bounce rate.

    A lower bounce rate equals a better traffic score on Alexa and better positions in search engine results pages in Bing.com, Google.com and YaHoO.com, giving the site user or site reader a better experience that'll encourage site visitors to keep coming back for more. People don't want to wait for your site to load. If it takes 3 seconds for your blog or website to load inside of a Microsoft Internet Explorer browser or Google Chrome browser, that's too long. Something for you to truly think about in your strides to improve site speed and loading time as well as improving your long-term search engine rankings.

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