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Enabling the Ad serving add-on

Until now, Bannersnack made available a general use embed code destined for personal websites and mostly suitable for light to medium traffic use cases. With the ad serving add-on, you can export custom embed AdTags for major advertising platforms like DFP, AdRoll, AppNexus, Sizmek, Simpli.fi and many more.

The AdTag code delivers an advanced HTML script or iframe designed to work on a specific Ad network. The AdTag has been built to withstand high volumes of traffic, and you won’t get the same file size restrictions that you get when you upload a file to an Ad network. It also supports live updates, so you can edit your banner and the AdTag will be automatically updated with your changes. In addition, you’ll have access to advanced analytics, being able to see the traffic statistics separately for each Ad network.

If you think this might be a good fit for you, then you can request a demo and apply for a free trial to see how the AdTag works on different networks. Simply check the view section of the banner, and complete the short form (see below).

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We support 77 Ad networks at the moment, but there are many more on the way. We plan on adding up to 150 integrations so you can serve the AdTag on as many Ad networks as possible.

We also added a Standard Ad tag for general use that helps integrating your banners using a standard embed code that was designed for large traffic.

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Please keep in mind that the ad serving feature represents an extra component; thus, it will be charged additionally, on top of your current subscription, depending on usage. Once you start using it, you will get charged each month (30 days from the moment you enabled the add-on) or each time you go over the billing threshold. We’ll use the payment method you have on file in your account.

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If you have more questions about how this works, please feel free to reach out on our live chat.

 

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