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  1. Hi, Is header bidding possible in revive ad server? Here is a video from Sovrn explaining header bidding: https://vimeo.com/144406732 Thanks
  2. Hi, I've just got off the phone with my ad network and they have confirmed that their adserver AdConductor can not handle asynchronous tags so the issue was on their end. Thank you for your help. Cheers, Ben
  3. Hi, Thanks for your reply. Sorry I wasn't actually clear - my fill rate from my ad server is 100%. I'm partnered with Blinkx Media (http://www.blinkxmedia.com/) and now that I'm serving ads in friendly iframes my fill rate of paying ads has dropped to 20% and Blinkx Media are passing the ad requests over to my in-house passback ads - I hope that makes sense. According to this blog post from monitize more - they've experienced a similar problem as well (http://www.monetizemore.com/blog/are-the-new-dfp-ad-tags-gpts-decreasing-your-ad-revenue/). For some reason, even though the iframes are on the same domain as my website (i.e. firendly iframes) they are still affecting real time bidding ad revenue. Maybe advertising are not getting the info they need or something - I'm not sure. It's really hard to balance performance with ad revenue. I realise this is a tricky issue, but I'm really not sure how to proceed - its amazing to have a community like this to turn to. Thank you for all your help and thoughts. Ben
  4. Hi, I re-tagged my website {link removed} with the new asynchronous JS tags a couple of days ago. Thank you for developing this feature - the tags give my website a big performance increase. However since implementation my fill rate and revenue has dropped a lot. I assume this is because the ads are served in iframes and real-time-bidding revenue is compromised. See the below article for a similar problem with Google DFP async tags. http://www.monetizemore.com/blog/are-the-new-dfp-ad-tags-gpts-decreasing-your-ad-revenue/ Is there anything that can be done about this? Are there any ways to improve JS tag performance - such as loading the ad code last etc? Thank you for all your great help and development. Ben
  5. Hi Erik, Yes, I linked to the DFP article since it details that their friendly iframes allow expanding ads. I didn't understand how this worked and so thought you would understand it better. As far as I'm aware it's up to the ad creative vendor to support this (other wise an iframe bursting file is needed). Do you have any further insights into this? Either way async js will be an awesome feature and will help speed up my website so that's awesome. Thanks for your help and development.
  6. Hi Erik, Thanks for your reply. Asynchronous Javascript tags are an awesome new feature - looking forward to trying this out. According to this support article from Google dfp, their friendly iframes allow expanding ads to work (I don't understand how this works though) https://support.google.com/dfp_sb/answer/181071 Thanks for your help.
  7. Hi, Is it possible to make the iframe invocation codes friendly iframes (i.e. where the iframes are on the same domain as the main page)? Is it possible for these iframes to support expanding ads and ads of different sizes? This is the case with Google DFP (see - https://support.google.com/dfp_sb/answer/181071). Note this topic on asynchronous loading is related: http://forum.revive-adserver.com/topic/9-asynchronous-loading/page-2?hl=asyc#entry2519 Thanks for your help.
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