Paid media advertising is a type of advertising in which organizations or people pay to have their content pushed on multiple platforms such as search engines, social media, and other websites. Display ads, social media ads, pay-per-click (PPC) advertising, and sponsored content are all examples of paid media.

These are a few examples of paid media:

Search engine advertising entails paying to have your advertisements appear at the top of search engine results pages. This is sometimes referred to as pay-per-click (PPC) advertising.

Ads on social media sites such as Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Snapchat are examples of social media advertising.

Display advertising entails displaying advertisements on third-party websites that are part of an advertising network.

Native advertising entails marketing your material in a style that resembles the content on the website where it appears. Native advertisements are usually sponsored articles or videos.

Influencer marketing entails paying experts to promote your products or services on their social media channels or other platforms.

Network marketing is a type of advertising in which a company has to pay affiliates a reward for promoting their products or services on their websites or other venues.
Google Ads: When you search for something on Google, you may discover sponsored adverts at the top of the search results.

Facebook Ads: These advertisements appear in Facebook’s newsfeed or sidebar and may be targeted to a certain demographic.

Instagram Ads: These ads display in users’ feeds, tales, or explore pages and are tailored depending on their interests.

Sponsored content: This might be a sponsored posting on a blog or a sponsored video on YouTube.

Influencer marketing refers to a celebrity or influence promoting a product or service on their social media networks.

Display advertising: These are often banner advertising that runs on third-party websites such as news sites or bloggers.