Here's the full guide that will make your first journey to AdSpyglass easy. We'll talk about the best practices of setting up your account and explore all the terms and definitions you can meet during configuration.
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Step 1: Add all your websites to AdSpyglass panel in the Websites section. You will be asked for your website's stream, to add common types of spots like popunder, banners, in-video. You may add more sites and spots later. Read more
Step 2: Adspyglass is an ad networks management service so you need to have some ad networks on board. Go to Ad networks section and link all your ad network's accounts to Adspyglass. We recommend adding 5-6 ad networks for good performance. Read more
Website traffic is very different by GEO, devices, and many other parameters, so it may take some time to find these 5-6 gold ad networks for your traffic. But we are here to help you. Try to start from these recommended ad networks.
Step 3: Once you've linked your ad networks accounts you will be able to import ad zones to Adspyglass. Most ad networks support automatic mass import for popunders but banners and other types you will have to import manually. Read more
Go to Ad campaigns section and import creatives.
Manual import: by clicking [ + Add creative } button in each ad campaign and import creatives one by one. Read how to add creative.
Step 4: The last step of configuring AdSpyglass is adding codes to your website.
Go back to Websites or move to the Get codes section, find the website and spot you want to place on your website, and click 'Get codes' button. You will see ad code and installation instructions. Read how to add codes. Read more
PS: After your codes are placed on your website check the real-time activity by clicking on the spot name. Also, you will see all the suitable creatives for this spot.
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