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How to set up a Native campaign

Setting up a native campaign provides advertisers with access to a wide variety of publisher websites and placements through openRTB technology and an easy to use campaign management interface. Native ad creative sizes are mentioned below and are static which allows creating a more unified message.

To get started, follow the initial campaign setup steps mentioned in the campaign setup guide that includes specific details about native campaign setup.

Launch Native Campaign

Once you’re done with setting up your campaign’s budgeting and targeting configuration,

Click on New Native Ad

Input the ads text configuration as mentioned below

Add MACROS / Dynamic parameters to your ads - read here

Title - enter an engaging Title for your ad
Description - Must be less than 500 symbols length
CTA - enter a strong call-to-action, like Signup Now or Register Now etc
Sponsored by/Advertiser Name - enter your brand name
Enter your Destination URL, the URL that users will be redirected to, you may include any of these MACROS in your URL. Host should be valid and contain only latin chars and symbols
Ad domain - enter the preview URL for your domain that may be monitored by our and our partner monitoring solutions.

Tips for creative images:
make sure you upload the following sizes for image 1200x627, 1200x628, 1280x720
as well a big icon image (our ad server will resize down from your original logo image)
Update the relevant image size
Insert your destination URL with all relevant MACROS

Click Next.

That’s it, your campaign is now pending approval and will be set live shortly.

Still facing issues? Contact us via chat or email.

Read our pre-launch campaign guide or how to optimize your campaign here.

Continue to read other step-by-step guides below:

In-Page / Floating Push Campaign
Push Campaign
Calendar iOS Push Campaign
Popunder Campaign

Pre-Launch Campaign Checklist
Optimization Guide for Advertisers
Advertiser FAQs
How to fund my account?

Updated on: 31/08/2022

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