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Native Advertising refers to a type of advertising that mimics the form and function of the medium in which it appears. Unlike traditional ads, which often disrupt the user experience, native ads are designed to appear as if they are a natural part of the content.

A common example of native advertising is a sponsored post on a news website or blog. While the content may be promotional, it is presented in a way that aligns with the rest of the articles on the site.

The main benefit of native advertising is that it tends to be less intrusive and more appealing to consumers, as it blends in with the organic content they are consuming. However, it is essential that advertisers clearly state that it is sponsored content so as not to mislead the user.