Features Ad Serving

Text Link Ads

Publishers can serve text ads with just a few simple steps. The first line is the main text link, which visitors can click on. Additionally, you can add multiple lines of text description below the first line for additional advertising information. To break into a new line, use <br/> tag. To embed a link inside the additional lines, use this format <a href="http://www.example.com/">Example Link</a>.


The following text ad has 3 lines, one text link and two additional lines with one extra link inside the description:

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CSS Styling

To change the font, size, color, width, and other styles for your text ad, you can apply the CSS styling to the parent containing box, commonly the container DIV element.
  #TextAdExample {color: green;background:gray;}
  #TextAdExample a {color: red;background:blue;}

<div id="TextAdExample">
  <script type="text/javascript" src="https://g.adspeed.net/ad.php?do=js&aid=35093&target=_top">

Serving multiple text ads

Similar to Google's AdSense, Yahoo! for Publishers and other text advertising solutions you can use one serving code to display multiple text ads together. Learn More

Mix text and image

If you want to create an ad that contains both text and image, you can use the Rich-Media ad format. Learn More

Serving text links in email/newsletter

Our ad server can display and track individual text links in HTML-based newsletter/email. Since most email clients block JavaScript, frame, and cookie, rotation of text links is not supported. On the other hand, rotation of image ads in HTML email newsletter is possible. Follow these steps to get the serving code for an individual text ad:
  • Create a new ad, choose the ad type to be "Text Link Ad"
  • Click on "Serving Code" tab after the ad settings are saved
  • Paste this ad tag as HTML into your email/newsletter editor

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