Adserver.Online plans are based on requests count. Each time a webpage makes a request for an ad from our servers an ad request is counted. Requests may not always result in impressions due to targeting, frequency capping, etc. Requests count may equal impressions only in the case when you have 100% fill rate (i.e. your all your sites/zones have ads for every user).
Free plan has basic functionality and is limited to 1M request per month. While Premium allows users to exploit all the features available, including White-label, advanced targeting, in-depth stats, API and more. Premium plans start from $36 and allow as many requests as you pay for.
You can check out our Pricing.
In order to upgrade your plan to Premium you just need to click on "Go Premium" link on your panel and proceed with a payment.
Your account will be upgraded as soon as the payment is processed. Otherwise, you can contact our team at [email protected] and they will guide you through the process.
You can check out your invoices on the panel and click "Pay" button. Payment instructions will follow and you'll be able to choose the payment method that suits you.
Taxes may be added to the price depending on the country from which you make a payment (VAT or similar tax is applied in many countries when you pay as an individual. Companies aren't usually charged with such taxes)
We want our users to get a feel of what our Premium is so most users are granted a free trial Premium for a limited period of time. It’s free and it has all Premium features but the overall capacity is limited to 3 million ad requests.
Yes, we do have a free plan that allows up to 1 million requests per month with not all the features unlocked.
Our free plan is available to our users upon request ([email protected]).
Prebid is a free open source library and community that helps publishers implement Header Bidding on their websites & apps.
Header Bidding (also known as header auctions, parallel bidding, or header bidding) is a technique that involves running SSP & Ad Exchange code directly on page so publishers can receive bids on their inventory that may be unavailable through their primary ad server and exchange.
The returned bids are then passed into the ad server so they can compete with direct demand and the primary ad server’s exchange on a level playing field.