Significant improvements in navigation

We are restructuring the relationship between entities that will make it easier and more logical for advertisers and publishers to manage. If you see an error message, our developers are working to sort it out. We appreciate your patience. This upgrade allows ads to be created by both publishers and advertisers.


Publishers can create ads on behalf of advertiser and then link to the advertiser. Publishers can see stats/reports for the ads they are serving for any advertiser (only the ads that created by the publisher and those given access to the publisher by the advertiser). This is different from before and instead of seeing stats for the advertiser's campaigns, you'll see stats for the advertiser (those ads you have access). If you need to break up the advertiser's ads into multiple sets, you can use the "Group" feature from the main menu.


Advertiser can also create new ads and link to publishers for serving. Ads does not need to be inside a campaign to link between advertiser & publisher. Campaigns are setup and managed by the advertiser.

This feature is new and our team is working to correct and smooth out all related issues ASAP.


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    "Ad serving is the act of delivering an online advertisement to a browser on a computer, smartphone, or tablet. This is done through an ad server, which is a software solution, that helps publishers, advertisers, ad agencies, ad networks and ad exchanges, manage their advertising programs. " More
  • Pros and cons of selling ads directly to advertisers or through ad networks
    "As a publisher, you want to be in complete control of the advertising that appears on your website. You can choose to sell directly to advertisers or work with ad networks to get the ads that you need. " More
  • How can publishers improve relationships with their advertisers?
    "In order to be successful in any sort of business venture, you need to be adept at fostering positive relationships with everyone that you deal with. Too many people make the mistake of focusing on the customer and forgetting that the supplier is responsible for delivering the items that those people want. " More