Getting Started With Appnext

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Getting Started with Websites tags

Getting Started with the mobile web JS tags

Appnext JS tags for websites offers four different ad units, allowing websites to monetization their content in an easy way.

Appnext JS tags demo page link

Classic Banner 320x50
Easily integrate this top standard mobile web format - banner 320x50. Instantly access massive global demand for the best converting app campaigns, optimized to the highest eCPM.

Carousel Widget 300x250
The Carousel Widget is a 300*250px iframe tag, built specifically for mobile websites.
The Carousel Widget blends seamlessly with the website content. The Widget features a number of the highest paying, most relevant apps for your users to scroll through. This highly effective unit will help you monetize your mobile content in the most engaging and interactive way.

Recommendation Widget
The Recommendation Widget is a JS tag, designed and optimized for mobile websites. The Widget blends seamlessly with the website content, featuring top performing video and static image campaigns for the most relevant apps your users can scroll through. The Recommendation Widget has proved to be one of the most engaging ad products fitting naturally to the website content, layout, and diverse user interests.

Interstitial
The Appnext Interstitial is designed to present users with a broad selection of offers. The Interstitial serves appealing, informative, video and static ads. This tool is most effective during app launch, and when users are exiting the app.

To start using the JS tags, please refer to the ad unit that you wish to use.


What's Next

Integrate one of the following mobile web tags

Carousel Widget 300x250
Classic Banner 320x50
Recommendation Widget
Interstitial

Getting Started with Websites tags

Getting Started with the mobile web JS tags