Setup your private brandWith the private branding feature, you need to choose two sub-domains:
- One sub-domain for your advertisers, your users and you to manage ad inventory and view reports. In this example, we use adclients.example.com
- Another sub-domain for serving ads to your visitors. In this example, we use adserver.example.com
CNAME AliasesThe first step is to register the chosen sub-domains with your domain registrar or DNS provider by adding two CNAME aliases. The two sub-domains below are just our examples, you can change them to your own words. To change your DNS settings, you would need to contact your domain registrar, where you registered your domain name, or the web hosting provider, for instructions. DNS changes might take up to 24 hours to fully propagate.
As a technical note, you should NOT have any other DNS records (eg: adclients.example.com A 188.8.131.52) for the same sub-domain. If you need help with the DNS record setup or are not sure if/how you can edit the DNS records for your domain, please submit a technical ticket with as much details as possible.
Custom Sign-in DomainThis sub-domain is used for you, your associates, and your advertisers to access different account areas, including the dashboard, ad management and reporting sections. The format of the correct DNS record should be similar to this:
adclients.example.com CNAME login.adspeed.comPlease note that you can change "adclients" to your own word.
Custom Ad Serving DomainThis sub-domain is used to serve ads to your visitors. The format of the correct DNS record should be similar to this:
adserver.example.com CNAME g.adspeed.netPlease note that you can change "adserver" to your own word.
Register the Sub-domains with AdSpeedAfter adding the two CNAME records at your domain's registrar, you can register these two sub-domains with AdSpeed by clicking on the menu "My Account / Add-ons / Private Branding" and click on "Custom Sign-In Domain" and "Custom Ad Serving Domain".
Customize the Control PanelFollow menu "My Account / Add-ons / Private Branding" and click on "Custom Control Panel" to customize the template. You can choose "Simple" for a generic page or "Custom" to make your own.
Custom LogoYou can customize just the logo by clicking on "Custom" and replace our logo image URL in the header section to be the full URL of your own logo.
Custom LookFor a more customized look, you can change the CSS, header and footer section. You can paste custom HTML into the Header and Footer section to customize your private brand. The header is the first section after
<body>tag. The footer is the last section before
</body>tag. Additionally, you can use an external CSS file to apply custom stylings.
Please note that link and image URLs must have the full path, meaning they should begin with
http:// and are viewable to the public (i.e. no need for a password and no error/redirect).
PreviewOnce the sub-domain is active, you can see it by going to your private sign-in domain. In our example, it is "http://adclients.example.com"
Other Articles in Private Brand
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