Definitely! When creating an ad most of our ad types will offer an “open in new window” checkbox.
It isn’t possible to have The Wallpaper is scaled automatically to match the screen size. Because screen sizes can vary quite dramatically, fixed sized wallpapers tend to get cut off or look strange.
As many as you’d like! We don’t have any restrictions on the number of advertisements or limitations based on platform types. Also, don’t forget to ask about mobile ad set up.
When someone clicks the “Click to Enlarge” text on a “Click to Enlarge” advertisement the image will open up a larger version of the advertisement. It won’t load your client’s website or take them away from the advertisement. This allows you to have a smaller version of something like a flyer or busy ad and the […]
A Roadblock advertisement will stay active and visible indefinitely if it is not closed or clicked on by the end user.
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Are 3rd party ads accepted? Yes! We support third party advertisements. You’ll want to create a new advertisement. When the selection screen comes up, search for “HTML” or “3rd party”. You can track clicks as long as the third party ad type supports click macros. Unfortunately, not all of them do.
No, you don’t have to use adsofthefuture to create an editable ad. It is, however, by far the easiest way to do it. It hooks up with your Broadstreet account. After it’s created you will see it in your dashboard. If you have an existing ad, as long as it is already an editable ad you can click in to […]
You can run both. However, you’ll want to make sure they’re either targeted to separate Zones, or the Zone you target them to have an advertisement count of 2 or more.
If you want to upload an SWF advertisement, you’ll want to be sure you have a backup image in case Flash isn’t support (very common these days!). To do this, you’ll want to create a standard banner ad as usual and then upload the swf where you would normally upload the image. Save, and then click […]