Yes! Mediavine Ads are SSL compatible. Just follow this guide to make sure you’ve set up your site to serve over secure https correctly! Are you looking to make your site SSL compatible to increase security or to make your site more Google SEO friendly? The good news is Mediavine ads are set up to be served over SSL. If you want to read about how https ads perform versus http ads, please read our blog post on Mediavine SSL Ads.

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Is Fill Rate Important?

At Mediavine, our advertising fill rates generally fluctuate anywhere from 70-99% depending on the time of the year, but never reaching that elusive 100%. And you know what? That makes us damn happy.

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As 2016 and this Q4 comes to a close, we wanted to thank everyone for an incredible year. This past year has seen explosive growth for the network. As a business built entirely on word of mouth, with absolutely no outbound marketing, we know that’s because of all of you. We can’t say it enough. Thank you all for continuing to speak so kindly of us on your blogs, in Facebook groups and in private to your friends. You have truly made this network what it is.

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For nearly two years, Mediavine has supported SSL ads, but has never encouraged publishers run them. In fact, our company stance was to gently discourage a blogger from going full site SSL if they were primarily a content site, and not actively collecting sensitive information that would require a secure connection (like selling something that needed to collect credit card information).

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Mediavine is proud to announce that we are now an official AMP ad network and that we’ll be working with our publishers to all adopt AMP soon!

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Do you provide collage or long pins for your readers? Are you hiding them from your blog post, so that they only show when someone attempts to pin? At Mediavine, we recently found out a lot of our bloggers out there are using hidden images to accomplish this goal.

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At Mediavine, we call ourselves a programmatic-first network. A lot of people ask us what that means, so we’re here to explain. Before we dive into the more nuanced aspects about what we do in the programmatic space, we thought we’d start with the most basic question.

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