Email Ad ServingYou can manage and display advertising in email messages and newsletters with AdSpeed's email ad server.
PricingEmail ad serving is included in all of our Premium plans at no extra charge.
Ad Tag for Email/NewsletterThere are two options to get the email ad tag:
- For a specific Ad: Display any individual image or text ad in email by clicking on the ad name, click on "Ad Tag" tab and choose the format to be Simplified/Email.
- For an Email Zone: Rotate image ads with a zone for email/newsletter
Mixing Ad DimensionsWhen you generate the email ad tag for a zone, it is set to display "Any" ad dimension by default. The width and height attribute of the banner image is skipped and ignored, allowing you to mix banners of different sizes together. Of course, you can select a specific dimension if you want to narrow to banners of a certain size.
Hiding Errors and Collapsing Ad SpaceIf you do not have an ad available in the zone and do not want your visitor to see the default error, you can check "Hide errors" when generating the ad tag. Additionally, if you want to avoid taking up valuable space when there is no ad, choose "Any" as the ad dimension or manually remove the "width" and "height" attribute of the IMG tag. This will display a regular ad when there is an available ad and display an almost-invisible 1x1 transparent GIF pixel when there is an error like "No Ad Found" or "Restriction Failed".
Image ProxyCertain email service providers use image proxy servers to request and cache images, including ad images, and then re-display them to their users. When the email is opened the first time, the ad request is made to the adserver directly from the image proxy server. The client's actual IP address is hidden. If this email is viewed again while the proxy server's cache is active, images will be served from the proxy server and no additional ad request is made. This affects the accuracy of ad start/end, impression tracking and geotargeting feature. Google's Gmail and its hosted email services use image proxy servers for all incoming emails. This means it is Google's server that is detected as the viewer of an email ad. Yahoo and some other email providers also use a similar setup. To enhance geo-targeting accuracy in email ad serving, AdSpeed Ad Server supports Geolocation API for email ad tags. If known and consented, you can supply the latitude and longitude data of the recipient directly into the ad tag and our ad server will use that data for geo-targeting.
Keyword TargetingYou can use keyword targeting to display an ad in email that matches certain keywords. See the example email ad tag with keyword targeting
Passing Data to Landing PageYou can use the pass-along parameters to forward custom data from your email campaign to the landing page when a person click on the ad in the email. For example:
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Features of our ad server that display ads to your viewers, record ad metrics like impressions and clicks.
- Ad Formats and Ad Dimensions
- Ad Optimization
- Ad Tag and Serving Code
- Ad Targeting
- Ad Tracking
- Competitive & Companion Positioning
- Default and Secondary Zone
- Mobile Ad Serving
- Native Ad Serving
- Priority in Serving Frequency
- Secure Ad Serving with SSL
- Text Link Ads
- Video Ad Serving
- VMAP Video Ad Serving
- Zone Targeting and Campaign Targeting
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