Ad Serving Infrastructure

Synchronising websites & adverts.

ADSync
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ADSync connects the right people, in the right moments, to make digital advertising work better.

ADSync is an ad management solution that helps growing publishers sell, schedule, deliver, and measure all of their digital ad inventory.

Custom Targeting queries that define granular user segments with geo, device, keyword, and custom attributes.

Make the most of industry advances. Keep up with the latest data and insights from ADSync.

Our platforms bring it all together to make digital work harder for your business in every way. Discover the one that's right for you.

Complete

One platform that allows you to manage and deliver all of your web, mobile, and video advertising.

Simple

Recommended interface, workflow, inventory management and forecasting systems make it easy to get up and running quickly.

Revenue Optimization

Maximize revenue with built-in Google AdSense and ad network optimization.

Sell your ad inventory to advertisers

Easily confirm the ad inventory you have available to sell with inventory forecasting. Avoid overbooking and underselling.

Google AdSense integration

Enable real-time competition between Google AdSense, third-party ad networks, and other non-guaranteed advertisers for any inventory on your website. ADSync will optimize your revenue by automatically selecting the highest paying ad.

Precisely target your ads

Control when, where, and to whom, your ads appear. Use flexible delivery controls to deliver ads how you and your advertisers want to see them.

Native Advertising Done Right

Let’s be honest. Most products that call themselves native ads don’t live up to their expectations. Any time a new technology becomes the victim of hype, its expectations become unreasonable and its downsides are underplayed. Native advertising is a type of online advertising that matches the form and function of the platform on which it appears. For example, an article written by an advertiser to promote their product, but using the same form as an article written by the editorial staff.