Introduction to Web Ads Guide

RollWorks enables B2B companies to show Web Ads ads across the web on exchanges such as Google, AppNexus, AOL, Yahoo, and Taboola. 

You should upload the top six Web Image Ad sizes and three Native Ad Sizes to RollWorks to help you get in front of your target audiences.

RollWorks supports the following Web Ad types:

Image Web Ads

Image ads are the most common type of display ad. They consist of a single file, minimal animation, and one landing page. Image ads have a background graphic, a business logo, and a call-to-action. We recommend these as an essential part of every campaign.
Native Web Ads Native ads appear as a part of the design of the web page they’re on. Rather than standing out as an ad, native ads tend to have an editorial look and feel, with a softer selling approach.
Rich Media Ads (HTML5) Rich media ads include advanced features like animations or other elements that encourage viewers to interact and engage with content. Rich Media ads are formatted with HTML5, which allows developers to add animations directly into the source code of a page. They are also often referred to as HTML5 ads.
Video Web Ads

There are two types of Video Web Ads: in-stream and out-stream. 

  • In-stream video ads play within video-based content, such as YouTube videos. Ads pop-up pre-roll, mid-roll, and post-roll. 
  • Out-stream video ads appear within non-video-based editorial content. Outstream video ads appear outside of any streaming content, similar to standard display ads.
Third-Party Ad Tags

A third-party ad is a snippet of JavaScript code generated from a third-party ad server in the form of an ad tag (also known as a third-party ad tag). The ad tag is a digital container that allows that ads to be displayed. RollWorks collects the ad tag from you and displays the ads you’ve created from a third party

Third-Party Ad Tags can't be used on social or native ad inventory.

 

 

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