Network Requests Detector
Scan your Ad Tag to show all network requests.
What is it?
The total number of network requests after loading the creative.
Why is it important?
Keeping the number of HTTP requests at a minimum improves page load.
How to fix it?
Try to combine multiple JS/CSS files into one. Use small inline SVG images where possible. Reduce the number of measurement pixels, if any.
Ad tag validator for third party ads
Analyze more than 25 data points in a couple of seconds — much faster than you could ever have done manually.
Customizable Ad Specifications
Not every publisher adheres to the IAB guidelines. Customize when a test should pass or fail.
For example, when a creative is > 300KB or the load time is >1 second. Create different ad specs if you have multiple media channels.
Visualize Data Flows
Depending on local laws, publishers may be required to store data on servers in Europe.
Visualize to which geographical locations data is sent. Get an alert when data leaves the European Union.
No need to get back to media agencies to fix common issues with HTML5 banners.
Auto-fix issues like initial load or CSS/JS minification, and use the optimized version during the creative's flight.
Todo-list to keep you organized
Did you have to reject a campaign due to assets not complying with your ad specs?
Add a todo-list to the creative with issues that have to be solved before it can go live. Collaborate with your team members.
Discuss QA issues in one single place
Discuss issues with team members in one place. No more troubleshooting screenshots by email!
Let a responsible team member approve the ad before it goes live.
Powerful REST API
Do you have hundreds of creatives to scan every day? Send ads to the API and get a detailed QA report in JSON format.
Great if your company uses proprietary ad server software. Simply reject creatives from being served if they don't comply with your ad specs.