This article covers some mobile in-app specific information and FAQs. If you are new to Ad Exchange, please read the Private Auction section for more information.
A mobile in-app Private Auction deal works exactly the same way as that for a display or video deal. The only change is that you need to select your Ad Exchange Mobile In-app property when creating an invite.
Can I create one invite that spans mobile web and mobile app?
No. Because this kind of invite will span multiple web properties (display and in-app), and you can only associate a deal to one web property, you need to have two separate invites for mobile web and mobile in-app.
Will my blocks apply?
Buyer, advertiser, advertiser URL, phrase, and general category blocks can apply to PMP deals. If you opted to override blocks, they won’t apply. In addition, you can block creatives in the creative review or apply restricted category blocks. Ad technologies that are not opted into could also be a blocker to the deal.
- You must set blocks in your Ad Exchange mobile in-app property separately for them to apply with the override blocks unselected. Your display or video blocks will not apply for the mobile in-app property.
- Creative review blocks, phrase blocks, and restricted category blocks apply to PMP deals even if override blocks is selected.