We have a proven track record in...
Directing more traffic to your site.
Our clients have increased their number of page impressions by 10% when using our visual layers.
Increasing the amount of time users spend on your site.
We have added at least three minutes to user dwell time on our clients’ sites.
Creating an additional revenue stream for your business.
Pre-role ad slots, MPUs, and banner ads are built into our visual layers, so advertisements are seamlessly blended into your webpage.
Engaging your audience.
We use your pictures and include thumbnails of past similar articles to guide users around your website.
We employ cutting edge semantic technology to recommend users to the most relevant articles.
We work with a wide range of sites, notably sports, celebrity, travel and news.
However, the theme and range of images on your site are no barrier to a successful partnership with Kalooga. No matter how big or small your library of images is, we can help you.
If you are lacking a large visual inventory we have a close partnership with Getty Images, which allows you to enrich your content.
Our Visual Layers enable users to share your visual content with their friends, directing more traffic to your page and attracting new users.
You are in the driving seat
Many top websites trust Kalooga with their content. This is because your website editorial team retains full command of their site throughout the entire process.
|Increase in user engagement|
|Additional video ad slots|
Spitsnieuws is a large daily news and entertainment newspaper based in Holland whose site receives approximately 15 million page impressions a month.
Together with Kalooga they have built the Visual Gallery Layer from selected article pages using their editorial content.
|7% page impression increase|
|Extra video ads with high eCPM|
20 minutos is one of the largest Spanish quality newspapers whose site is ranked the third most read online Hispanic newspaper in the world.
Together with Kalooga they have built the Visual Gallery Layer from all article pages using their editorial content.
|10% page impression increase|
|Thousands of Euros in extra revenue|
De Telegraaf is the largest daily newspaper in Holland whose site receives in excess of 400 million page impressions. They are using Kalooga Visual Timeline in sections such as "Crowning" or "Elections". Within the "Prive" section, images and Article Displays are interactive and connect users to the Kalooga Image Layer.