Secure Ad Serving with SSLWe support both regular and secure ad serving. Secure ad serving through SSL (Secure Sockets Layer, https://) uses 256-bit high-grade encryption to protect data. If your website is served through SSL, your ads should also be delivered securely to avoid the security warning in visitors' browser. For your convenience, you should use the protocol-relative URL for the ad serving request whenever possible because it supports auto-switching.
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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
- Email Ad Serving
- Mobile Ad Serving
- Native Ad Serving
- Priority in Serving Frequency
- Text Link Ads
- Video Ad Serving
- VMAP Video Ad Serving
- Zone Targeting and Campaign Targeting
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- Should I use protocol-relative URLs in ad tags?
"Ad tags can be placed in many areas of a website: some secure areas and some non-secure areas. However, non-secure ..."
- How secure is my credit card information?
"You can subscribe to our ad serving service with your credit card or pay through PayPal. We understand security is ..."
- How do I switch to secure SSL/https ad serving?
"If your site is moving from regular HTTP to SSL/HTTPS, all components and URLs, including ads, should also be switched ..."
- How secure is my account?
"Our ad server is designed and maintained to provide the highest level of security to clients. We keep a record ..."
- How accurate is ad tracking and reporting?
"Each impression, click and conversion is tracked via a unique link. Data is recorded immediately into our data warehouse and ..."