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How to Add Adtelligent to ads.txt File

Follow these steps to create Ads.txt file for Adtelligent Ad Server:

 

1. Open text editor on your computer (the extension of the file should be .txt)

 

2. Enter the following information according to relations with your publisher:

 

    a) Adtelligent advertising system domain that the traffic is passing through - adtelligent.com.

    b) Channel ID that identifies a specific publisher inside your member zone.   

    c) Type of Account that describes your relationship with the publisher:

  • DIRECT (the company that owns the domains that are sending traffic to you)
  • RESELLER (networks and sales houses who programmatically sell traffic to you on behalf of domain owners)

 

3. Save the text file on your computer with the name ads.txt.

 

4. Follow the instructions according to the required scenario:

  • DIRECT publisher is already working with Ads.txt - Send the line that was added to the ads.txt file or send the file itself to your publisher. The publisher will copy that line to enter it into the existing ads.txt file on their websites.
  • DIRECT publisher who does not work with Ads.txt yet - Send the Ads.txt file that you created before to your publisher. The publisher should place the ads.txt file into the domain root folder of their websites. Users must be able to get to that folder by entering /ads.txt after the domain name (subdomain) of those websites. For example, www.dingit.tv/ads.txt.
  • RESELLER is already working with Ads.txt - Send the line that was added to the ads.txt file or send the file itself to your publisher. The publisher will copy that line to enter it into the existing ads.txt file on their websites.
  • RESELLER who does not work with Ads.txt yet - Send the Ads.txt file that you created before to your publisher. Inform the publisher that the website owner should place the ads.txt file into the domain root folder of their websites. Users must be able to get to that folder by entering /ads.txt after the domain name of those websites. For example, www.dingit.tv/ads.txt.