Archive for the ‘Improvements’ Category

Unsold Keyword Report

Wednesday, November 11th, 2009

In our previous blog we talked about the Active Keyword Report, now in this blog post let’s discuss the Unsold Keyword Report.  This report is beneficial for both publishers and advertisers as well as network administrators.  From the Unsold Keyword Report the network administrator can check keywords from their publisher base to see which keywords are not being sold. Once you know which keywords are unsold now you can target these keywords to the right bunch of advertisers to buy these keywords so that publishers are monetizing their traffic fully. In return, it is also benefiting the advertisers as the bidding rates of these keywords are generally lower due to fewer competition.

To access the report:

unsold keywords report

An Example of the report:

unsold keywords report example

New feature for XML Feeds

Thursday, July 9th, 2009

We’re excited to announce yet another new feature on our private-label ad management system. Administrators can now configure minimum bid prices for each individual XML Feed. This greatly enhances control and enriches the quality of your feeds. The minimum bid prices can be set through the Admin Menu, under XML Feeds. Adjust the price accordingly to begin filtering out campaigns that don’t meet your minimum standards.


At this time, we would like to introduce a new partner in the Turkey region, Reklam Agaci.


Reklam Agaci provides Turkish Contextual Advertising Program with technical support from Clicksor. Reklam Agaci is an exclusive partner of Clicksor for Turkey. The system is designed to support the Turkish language for the Turkey market.

New Feature Added

Tuesday, June 30th, 2009

Another great feature recently added to our platform is that publishers can now get the IFrame ad code from our system. Please follow the steps listed below if you wish to use IFrame instead of JavaScript.

1. Banner ads in publisher area
2. Login Publisher Panel
3. Click on Get Code
4. Under Action heading click on Get Code button
5. Follow the wizard and enter or select the necessary information.
6. On the last page of the Get Code wizard you will be able to copy and paste the IFRAME Code.

Setting up direct site buys from your own sites in the platform. You can place campaigns only on a select site you prefer. To do this, please follow these steps:
Create a campaign, without selecting any keywords or channels and do not turn on RON After creating the campaign, target the site to the campaign in the admin settings for the campaign.

Next, in the publisher site settings in admin, under the section “Ads Selection” select “Ads target this site only” from the dropdown menu.

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MyAdMarket – new info posted

Wednesday, June 24th, 2009

Understanding the whole process of how an ad exchange works can be confusing. We’ve added two more resources on our website to help you better understand the importance of an ad exchange versus an ordinary ad serving system.

Learn about how our system works. If you are already familiar with our system, a refresher won’t hurt you. Visit the following link to see how easy it is to set up a private-label system to help you monetize every single impression in your inventory.

Still unsure of how our open ad exchange works? The exchange is an auction-style bidding system so that you will get max back for your inventory. There’s no need to look for third-party sources to trade off publishers’ remnant inventory. The solution comes pre-built with Advertisers, Publishers, Ad Networks, and Agencies so that you can buy and sell inventories with those using the same platform. Visit the following link to learn more!

MyAdMarket Feedback

Tuesday, June 16th, 2009

As the online advertising industry becomes increasingly influential, we are conducting a survey to gain a better understanding of our services and the opinions of our valued clients. MyAdMarket invites you to take our feedback survey of our Open Media Exchange. We plan to share a summary of the results on our blog when we have enough responses. This survey contains just 7 multiple choice questions, and should take only about 5 minutes for you to complete. Please also be assured that the Name and Company fields are optional so that you can remain anonymous if you prefer. No names will be revealed in the survey results. Thanks in advance for taking a few minutes to respond.

Please visit to fill out the feedback form.