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Publisher Guide


Dashboard:

 

  • Graph displays your last 7 days click report in a graphical format. This can be exported or printed with the two buttons beside it.
  • Total Clicks Received is the total numbers of clicks generated by your network of sites.
  • Total Revenue Earnt is the amount earned by your traffic.
  • Total Views is the number of ad impressions that have come from your websites.
  • Total Leads is the number of registrations done by users on various advertiser sites
  • Total Leads is the number of sales  done by users on various advertiser sites
     

My Account:

 

  • Account details that was given during sign-up displayed here. Except for the email, all other details can be updated by modifying in the respective text boxes.
  • Change Password button is for changing your account password to something different.
     

My Websites:

 

  • Advertisement.in serves ads only on those sites which has the right ad code. For example, if you try serving ads of a site named abcd.com in xyz.net, the advertisements will not appear. To make these ads appear, you need to add all your sites and copy paste the respective Ad Code into the site's source code.
  • This list all the websites owned by the publisher.

 

Add Website:

 

  • Category: You can add a website into the category that you deem fit.
  • Website URL is the hyperlink of the homepage of your website
  • Monthly Visitors is for us to understand your site's popularity

 

Advertisers:

 

  • Active campaigns is the total approved campaigns present in the network.
  • Matching your website is the number of campaign that have similar category.
  • Ad Category: We have in total 27 categories and advertisers can insert their campaign in any of these categories. Publishers can filter the tabular column by selecting the category that matches with your website.
  • Campaign Type has three options for the advertiser to choose.

a) CPC: This stands for Cost per Click. Advertisers can choose to pay the network on a click basis..

b) CPL: This stands for Cost per Lead. Advertisers can choose to pay for every registration or sign up that happens on their site.

c) CPS: This stands for Cost per Sale. Advertisers can choose to pay for every successful sale that happens on their site.

 

  • Tabular column displays the advertiser company name, category, ad title, campaign type, cost and expiry.

  • Campaign Action buttons

Preview Preview the campaign data
Link Identify the landing page of the campaign.

 

My Ads:

 

  • The list of all advertisements created by the publisher is seen here.
  • The tabular column has six fields and one record for every ad unit created.
  • View Report hyperlink gives the specific ad unit's performance report.
  • Hide / Show Paused Ads link can show the paused ad units or hide them from the listings.

  • My Ads Action buttons

Get Ad Code Tracking Code will popup with a javascript which has to be implanted into the respective site for serving the advertisement.

Edit Edit the Ad Unit

Pause Pause an active ad unit. Once this is done, no advertisement will be shown on the particular ad slot.

Play Resume a paused ad unit.

 

Click Track:

 

  • Create Tracker function is ideally for email marketing affiliates who wish to promote campaigns through mailers. Once a tracker is created by selecting the respective campaign, a popup is seen with the tracking code.
  • The Tabular column now displays the list of trackers created by the publisher with the respective campaign name and the count.

 

Block URL:

 

  • Certain Advertisements may not be preferred by the publisher. Such ads can be blocked on one or many sites owned by the publisher.
  • Displays the list of URLs blocked on your websites.

 

Ad Code:

 

  • Website: Select the website in which you want the advertisement to be seen.

  • Ad Unit Name: Give a name to identify the ad unit.

  • Category: Select the category from which advertisement is to be served. For eg, if you select Careers/Employment category, you will see only advertisements that related to Careers, Jobs and Employment.

  • Ad Format: There are two types of formats. One is vertical and other is horizontal. By selecting the format, the advertisement will be served accordingly. For example, if you have a vertical ad slot, you will go in for a vertical ad format and if you have a horizontal space you will go in for the horizontal format.

  • Ad Alignment: You may want to alter the alignment of the advertisement by moving it to left, right or center. The most preferred alignment is center so as to get the maximum attention of users.

  • Max number of Ad units: Depending on the available space, publishers can decide the number of ad blocks that can be allowed on the ad unit. An ad unit with 4 vertical ads will take a height of about 600px and an unit with 3 horizontal ads will take a width of about 700px.

  • Ad Title color: This is the color given to the title of the advertisement.

  • Ad Description color: This is the color given to the description of the advertisement.

  • Ad Background color: This is the color given to the background of the advertisement. This field is ideally suited for websites that have a background other than white.

  • Ad Mask color: This is the color given to the URL seen below the ad description.

  • Ad Type: There are three options for a publisher under Ad Type

a) Text Ad: This displays only the Ad Title, Description and the hyperlink

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b) Image with Text Ad: This displays the image along with the Ad Title, Description and the hyperlink.

 

c) Link Ad: This displays only the Ad Title. This is ideally suited if you have a space crunch on your website. A vertical link ad takes a maximum height of 160px and a horizontal link ads takes a maximum height of 90px.

 

  • Campaign Type: There are three options for the publisher to choose from.

 

a) CPC: This stands for Cost per Click. Advertisers can choose to pay the network on a click basis..

 

b) CPL: This stands for Cost per Lead. Advertisers can choose to pay for every registration or sign up that happens on their site.

 

c) CPS: This stands for Cost per Sale. Advertisers can choose to pay for every successful sale that happens on their site.

 

Statistics

 

  • The list of websites are displayed here with the total number of views, clicks, leads and sales.
  • The Earnings column indicates the total revenue earnt by the publisher from the respective site.
  • The Statistics page can be filtered by selecting the website name or the ad unit name.
  • Date wise report can also be given once the from and to dates are selected.
     

Payments

 

  • Publishers can choose to receive payments through cheque or NEFT bank transfer.
  • Our payment duration is Net 60, which ideally means you will get your payment on or before 60 days of invoiced month.

 

Support

 

The Support page has four options

 

a) Contact Us - Get in touch with us by filling up a simple form.

b) Knowledge Base - Read the various functions of www.advertisement.in

c) Frequently Asked Questions - List of top questions asked by both advertisers and publishers.

d) Terms and Policies - The various terms through which www.advertisement.in operates under and the rules that you must follow.

 

 

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