Updated Articles

  1. GDPR Guide for Publishers Updated

    On May 25, 2018, the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) came into effect, requiring all organisations working with the personal data of EEA citizens to be compliant with the regulation. This guide outlines how a publisher can work with Sort...
  2. Lazy loading

    Lazy loading is one more way for publishers to optimize their websites. Rather than immediately loading all ads on a page when it's opened, a publisher can build triggers into the code that prevent ads from loading until a certain condition is met (for example, when a user scrolls to a specific part of the page).
  3. Privacy Policy

    This privacy policy is meant to help publishers and web site visitors understand what data Sortable collects, why we collect it and what we do with it. Data we collect We collect the following data in order to serve ads to visitors and report on t...
  4. Sortable for Prebid – Adapter Integration Guide

    This feature is in BETA. Reach out to your account manager for more information. 0. Prerequisites You must update to Prebid.js version 1.17.0 or later to access the Sortable adapter. If you are not planning to update to this version, please sp...
  5. Sortable for Prebid – Prebid Adapter

    Sortable for Prebid gives publishers access to Sortable Server-to-Server Demand via a Prebid.js adapter that they can integrate into their existing Prebid setup. Features Feature Description Prebid adapter versions Support for Prebid ...
  6. Prebid Analytics – FAQ

    How do I set a specific date range for my report? In the Date Range drop-down menu, select Customize . When you do, controls appear to select specific start and end dates. Why can’t I change my chart into a line chart? Line c...
  7. Hosted Ads.txt

    Hosted ads.txt is a way for you to control and manage your own ads.txt file while we host it for you in Sortable Analytics. You add your custom ads.txt lines to the Ads.txt File page and when our ads.txt page is updated, your ads.txt page is automat...
  8. Sortable-Hosted CMP – Integration Guide

    This page describes how to integrate Sortable's Hosted CMP on a site. 1. Set up Google Demand Note : This step only applies to Sortable Select (formerly Enterprise) customers (e.g. customers who integrated Sortable using their own Goo...
  9. Sortable-Hosted CMP – FAQ

    Here are the most frequently asked questions about the Sortable-Hosted Consent Management Platform (CMP). Where does it run? The CMP only asks for consent from users located in the EEA . At this time, it is not possible to change the set of users...
  10. Sortable-Hosted CMP

    Sortable hosts a version of AppNexus' open-sourced Consent Management Platform (CMP). When a user in the European Economic Area (EEA) visits your site, they will be prompted to consent to third parties collecting and processing data. If the...