Brightspot Content Types Guide

Injecting ads into assets

Advertising feeds help to monetize your assets. You can generate income directly from a company that generates an ad feed.

To inject ads into assets:

  1. Create an advertising feed. For details, see Google AdSense and Google Ad Manager.
  2. Search for and open the asset to which you want to add an ad feed.
  3. Expand Overrides > Layout Overrides.
  4. From the AboveAside, or Below list, select one of the following:

    • Add After—Inherits the block’s modules from the parent level and adds ad space under them.
    • Add Before—Inherits the block’s modules from the parent level and adds ad space above them.
    • Replace—Replaces the block’s modules inherited from the parent level with ad space.

    For more information about layout blocks, see Above, Aside, and Below layout blocks.

  5. Click add_circle_outline.
  6. In the module picker, click Misc, then click Ad.
    Inserting an ad module Inserting an ad module
    Inserting an ad module
    You return to the content edit form.
  7. From the Ad list, select one of your ad feeds.
  8. Complete your site's workflow and publish the asset.

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