How to make run of site ad

Create run of site ads. When creating or editing a campaign, you can run the ad in as many zones as you need. For example, If you had a leaderboard ad and wanted to run it across all leaderboard zones on your site. Here’s how you can set that up: Log in to your Broadstreet account here https://my.broadstreetads.com. […]

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How keywords work

With keyword targeting, you can target campaigns to specific pages or sections of your website. Additionally, you can target keywords to behave in a few different ways. Setup of Keywords Site-Side Setup (Your Website) First, you need keywords embedded into your website’s pages. If you did not use this method and you use WordPress, head down […]

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How to add padding and borders to ads

In Broadstreet, you can apply CSS styles such as padding and borders to individual ads on the edit zone page. The CSS settings on this page will be applied individually to each advertisement. Here’s how to edit the CSS Styling: Log in to your Broadstreet account here https://my.broadstreetads.com. Click “Zones” on the left side menu. […]

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How to set up Concurrent Campaigns on the Edit Zone Page

The Concurrent Campaigns setting is informational. It represents the number of advertisements that are allowed in that zone. You can, however, overbook the zone if you’d like. If you set that, when you view the “Zones” page (link on the left navigation bar) – you’ll see that we count the number of active campaigns in the […]

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How to export zone codes

Broadstreet allows you to export zone codes in CSV format. Here’s how you can do that: Log in to your Broadstreet account here https://my.broadstreetads.com. Click “Zones” on the left side menu. Click “Export to csv”. A pop up box will ask you to save the csv file. Here’s a short video to guide you: Broadstreet […]

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How to Create Responsive Ad Zones

Wondering how to create a responsive ad zones? By default, Broadstreet fixes the ad sizes so that they appear in their natural size. You can change this behavior by modifying the Zone Code. Your default zone code will look like this: <script type=”text/javascript”>broadstreet.zone(12345);</script) To make the zone code responsive, it should look like this: <script […]

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