How To Create New Campaigns in the Fyber Ad Server

The newly-launched Fyber Ad Server gives mobile developers and publishers more control over their inventory. But what — exactly — do we mean by “more control?”  

  • For a mobile product or monetization manager, the Fyber Ad Server makes setting up and prioritizing direct deals with advertisers or ad networks very simple.

    You can follow along with this handy tutorial we created, or read through the steps below:

    Fyber Ad Server Tour: Campaign Set Up Tutorial from Fyber on Vimeo.

    1. Log in to your account at 
    2. Head to the CRM screen where you can see all advertisers & publishers
    3. Add new advertising partners.
    4. Set campaign details like name, start/end date, currency and priority
    5. Upload the creative
    6. Set targeting and other parameters as line items (for example, frequency capping, pricing, targeting and pacing)
    7. Head over to real-time reporting to see the line item in action

    As always, if you have questions about working with the Fyber Ad Server (or any of our other products), reach out to your account manager, or the support team at [email protected].

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