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The intelligence of the blocker is down to whatever extension or software the user is using. Some will simply block adsense, while others may be configured to read a white list, or black list configuration. Typically a site with its own ad-network shouldn't be a problem unless the site is used by hundreds of thousands of people, then you may have people ...


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Most ad blockers block 3rd party content from domains that are known to host ads. If you are using an ad server to host non-ad images, your images will got blocked whenever an ad blocker is used. I have not run across an ad server that does not use any 3rd party requests. Ads are typically served via 3rd parties so that: You don't have to deal with ...


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You want to deliver the impressions "as fast as possible" from under the "Adjust delivery", "Deliver impressions" drop down. "As fast as possible" delivers the impressions first (before AdSense) where as evenly will intermix them and frontloaded will show mostly your banner. Here is the Google support page about delivery speed where this is documented.


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Attach slotRenderEnded to the pubads() Ignore the event.isEmpty responses. Capture the AD slot /Company/Position/AdSlot inside DFP. Capture the DFP Creative ID. Then I push this data into Google Analytics. googletag.pubads().addEventListener('slotRenderEnded', function(event) { if (!event.isEmpty) { if (!$.isEmptyObject(...


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If the websites are on the same web-server then it would be better to embed the form directly into the relevant pages so that less HTTP requests are required to load the page. To manage the code for the contact form from one central location you could have a common folder on your webserver from which a script (perhaps PHP or ASP etc.) could generate the form ...


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Have a look at OpenX. The standard free edition should suffice for what you are trying to achieve. Basically OpenX is your own hosted Ad Server, which allows you to set up your own logic on when, how often and what types of ads will be delivered. You simply ad your ad codes to the server (instead of creating your own creatives) and let the system handle ...


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SSP's and Self Serve are two related but very different concepts. First, let's look at SSP's (referred to as both Sell Side and Supply Side Platforms - both would technically be correct). SSP's provide technology for publishers to sell their website inventory to advertisers (who use DSP's, or Demand Side Platforms). SSP's generally run their own ad ...


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