Get creative and fun, and give the advertiser a high impact ad that readers will remember. This ad which is more like a game. The object is to get the user to drag one object to a designated area. In the default case, it involves giving a dog a bone. It can be reused for anything else: "Throw the bottle in a recycling bin," "feed the turtle some pizza," etc.

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Event Tracking

In addition to core event tracking, this ad format also tracks these events:

  • True Views: Number of times this ad was actually displayed to the end user (takes rate limit into account)
  • Successful Drops: The number of times the user successfully dropped the object int he correct position
  • Drags: The number of times the user dragged the object
  • Exits: Number of times the user skipped the drag/drop and clicked the exit button

Setup / Inputs

These are the fields / inputs taken to generate this ad. In general, inputs are not required. That said, these inputs are how you customize the ad!

Ad Image A (Draggable)
Default Default Value
Description The draggable image
Ad Image A Width (in pixels)
Default 150
Description Width of the draggable image
Ad Image B (Target)
Default Default Value
Description The target image
Ad Image B Width (in pixels)
Default 300
Description Width of the target image
Welcome Message
Default Give the bone to Peanut the Beagle!
Description The message to display above the images
Finish Message
Default Thank you for feeding Peanut!
Description The message to display after the drag/drop complete
Displays per Period
Default 4
Description The number of times the roadblock should show per 'Display Period'
Display Period
Default 300
Description The number of seconds that should pass before the roadblock is displayed to the user again
Show Exit Button on Welcome Screen
Default False
Description Set No to hide the Exit button on the welcome screen
Exit Button Text on Welcome Screen
Default No, thank you
Description The text for the Exit button on the welcome screen

Embed An Example In Your Media Kit

Customers who wish to embed the example on some "Media Kit" page on their website can do so in one of two ways:

Option 1: If you have Wordpress and the Broadstreet plugin, you can use this shortcode anywhere in any post to render the example.

[broadstreet ad="63051"]

Option 2: If you do not have Wordpress, or choose not install the Broadstreet plugin, you can embed this javascript code snippet into your post:

<div street-address="63051"></div><script>
    (function(d, s) {
    var destination = '%%CLICK_URL_ESC%%';
    var js, bjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];
    js = d.createElement(s); js.async = true;
    js.src = "//"
        + (window.broadstreet ? 'init=0' : '')
        + (destination.indexOf('CLICK_URL_ESC') >= 0
        ? '' : '&destination=' + destination);
    bjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, bjs);
    }(document, 'script'));</script>