Are you ready to publish and launch your advertisement on your Universal App? All you need to do is to add an advertisement block on your Designer Tab. So you can start promoting your advertisement and let your audience know about them!

You are now able to add more than one advertisement that will be shown alternately as your readers refresh your UA homepage.

Introducing Rotating Ads!

You can now add multiple advertisements to a campaign so different adverts are seen each time a reader logs in, maximizing the opportunities for you to sell space to your advertisers, or promote your own products and services.

By adding a campaign to your Universal App homepage, you will only show the advertisement to the targeted audience you had set, to help you achieve a successful campaign.

Decide to show your advertisement to everyone? No worries, you can do so by adding multiple advertisements instead of a campaign on your UA homepage.

To do that, you simply need to:

  1. Head to the Branding > Designer tab from the sidebar menu, and

  2. Add Advertisement on the main layout, by clicking on the + icon and select Advertisement from the dropdown.

  3. You can add a Campaign or Advertisements. You can only add one campaign with multiple advertisements linked to it, that will be shown to the targeted audience only that you had set on Campaign Manager, or, you can add more than one advertisement to all of your audiences, which will be shown alternately as your readers refresh your Universal App homepage.

  4. Save or Save Changes

  5. Launch your Live Preview from the top-right corner of your screen, to see how it looks on your Universal App homepage.

You have now successfully added an advertisement to your Universal App!

Get stuck? Feel free to reach out to our live chat at the bottom right corner of your Universal App dashboard or simply send an email to support@magloft.com

  • Join our Universal App Community here

  • Schedule a short call here

  • Visit the help playlist to get started with your Universal App here.

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