It’s like this: we develop crazy effective verticles with killer content, which drive a dedicated audience, whom we serve with unabashed dedication through digital programming and an ever-evolving inventory of cool stuff.
Collectively, we connect with an audience of several million readers, viewers, and buyers.
Native Commerce is news, survival and preparedness, homesteading, DIY crafts, and even makeup. And that’s only naming a few.
What does one do with an audience drawn to your authority content plays? How about serve them with incredible products via two fulllfilment centers (in Austin, TX and Los Angeles, respectively)? Sounds good to me.
Top properties sport multiple offers with $1.50+ EPCs
Absolute Rights: Posts regularly break 100k shares.
Survival Life FB Group: 800K followers within six months
Average monthly traffic for top tier sites between 500,000 and 1.5million uniques.
DIY Ready FB Group: 600K in five months.
SL Email list = 1.6 million and growing
As we develop media properties, we also develop brands. Like the Hoffman Richter line on Survival Life, or our Sakura brush line on Makeup Tutorials. Specifically tailoring the user experience to each of our verticals allows Native Commerce to create marketing and product hubs that seamlessly function as an extension of the brand.