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Exporting ad tags

Last updated on March 30, 2016

Export ad tags to a text file, including those for web and email ad units, and ad request URLs for video and mobile application ad units, when available. This way, you can distribute multiple ad tags to publishers at once, so that they can tag their siteAn OpenX component that represents top-level domains or sub-domains and is used to organize ad units. Sites enable you to target and report on inventory performance. without having to open each ad unitIn OpenX, the smallest inventory component that represents the space on a site where ads display. to retrieve ad tags individually. You can export ad tags for one or more sites in the View PublisherIn OpenX, an account type that represents a business with ad space to sell. screen, or you can export ad tags for one or more ad units in the view site screen.

  • In the sites list in the view publisher screen, select the check boxes for the sites that you want to export ad tags for, click Actions, and then click Export Tags. OpenX exports all ad tags for the selected sites into a text file, which you can download and distribute as necessary.

  • In the Ad Units list in the view site screen, check the boxes for the ad units that you want to export ad tags for, click Actions and then click Export Tags. OpenX exports all ad tags for the selected ad units into a text file, which you can download and distribute, as necessary.

When exporting ad tags, OpenX uses the following naming conventions for the file:

For example, a text file for exported ad tags may look like the following:

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