Recently, I am learning about Media buy, and I am in various forums and communities. Everyone who is Media Buy and LEAD recommends using the Popads traffic platform to get started.

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The following is an introduction to the terms of each indicator of Popads, for students who are getting started to learn:

[WEBSITEID] – The ID of the website from which the popup came from,
[CATEGORYID] – Traffic source site category ID,
[CATEGORYNAME] – Category name of the traffic source site,
[ISPID] – the ID of the visitor’s ISP,
[ISPNAME] – the visitor’s ISP name,
[COUNTRY] – The country of the visitor.
[Quality] – The Quality Score of the site where the impression came from. This is a number from 1 to 10, where 1 is the lowest quality site (all sites), 10 is the highest quality site (top 10% of our publisher sites),
[BID] – The price of the impression.
[screen resolution] – detected the screen resolution of the visitor,
[OSNAME] – the operating system name, e.g. Windows 8.1,
[BROWSERNAME] – browser name, e.g. Firefox 32,
[FORMFACTORNAME] – Form name, such as smartphone or tablet,
[DEVICENAME] – The name of the device the visitor is using to browse the Internet, e.g. Apple iPhone,
[CAMPAIGNID] – the ID of the campaign,
[CAMPAIGNNAME] – event name,
[OSID] – the ID of the operating system (for future use),
[BROWSERID] – the browser’s ID (for future use),
[FORMFACTORID] – ID of the form factor (for future use),
[DEVICEID] – Device ID (for future use),
[IMPRESSIONID] – Unique ID of the impression. This can be used for troubleshooting/debugging procedures in case of traffic mislocation and for transition tracking (S2S).
[ADBLOCK] – Set to 1 when the visitor uses AdBlock, 0 otherwise,
[IP] – the visitor’s IP address (for XML feeds),
[USERAGENT] – the value of the visitor’s User-Agent header (for XML feeds),
[LANG] – The value of the visitor’s Accept-Language header (for XML feeds).


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