Identifying your keywords

There are 2 ways we can identify the category of your webpage so we can ensure to send you the most appropriate ads.

1) If a category matches with a word in the page URL

So if your URL is e.g http://www.bigtitsvoyeur.com/ then keywords detected would be “big tits” and “voyeur”.

2) Tags/keywords that you can send us through the ad Zones.

   Using the Standard <script> code for the ad zone

   You can add the parameter &ad_tags=[tag1,tag2] to send us the tags. Note tags are separated with commas.  

   Standard Script Example:

<script type="text/javascript">
ad_idzone = "274734";
ad_width = "300";
ad_height = "250";
ad_tags = "erotic,sexy,fantasy";
</script>

<script type="text/javascript" src="https://ads.exoclick.com/ads.js"></script>
<noscript><a href="http://main.exoclick.com/img-click.php?idzone=274734" target="_blank"><img     src="https://syndication.exoclick.com/ads-iframe-display.php?idzone=274734&output=img&type=300x250" width="300" height="250"></a></noscript>

If you use the <IFRAME>  code for the ad zone then you can use the parameter &tags=[tag1,tag2] to send us the tags. Note tags  are separated with commas.

 Iframe Script Example:

<iframe src="//ads.exoclick.com/iframe.php?idzone=1519126&size=300x250&tags=erotic,sexy,fantasy" width="300" height="250" scrolling="no" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0" frameborder="0"></iframe>

 

Notes:

  • The TAG method takes priority over the URL. Therefore if the ad zone contains the tag “milf” and the URL the word “ebony” the traffic will be considered as being under the “milf” category and the priority of ads received will be those targeting milf category.
  • For now, no other web elements other than the URL/tags are taken into consideration for defining the category of ads received.  

 

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