AdAdmin – Ad server easy

An easy to use adv solution with PHP and MySQL for all sites that need a software to rotate banners and handle adv positions across one or multiple domains

If you have a growing website and you’re thinking to sell banners, or you already sell banners, probably  you need a software to handle adv positions.

The AdAdmin software is an adv-server made with PHP

AdAdmin is a software that manages advertisings on sites, created specifically for publishers who own sites and want to sell banners. You can manage banners made with GIF, JPG, PNG, or HTML5 banners and also external scripts (such as Google Adsense codes). You can create different positions and manage multiple banners on each positions, which are automatically rotated.

Ad server for publisher

Here is a full list of the features:

  • Supports banners in GIF, JPG, PNG, HTML5 formats and alternative scripts (javascript or html)
  • HTML5 banners can be uploaded with a ZIP file that includes all the files (also JS, CSS, or images files)
  • Unlimited number of positions (you can create by yourself!)
  • Automatically rotates unlimited banners on each positions
  • Can coexists with installed CMS such as WordPress
  • Can deliver banners to external servers/sites
  • Banner impressions can be limited by dates (from, to)
  • Banner can be limited with a total number of impressions
  • Banner can be limited with a daily number of impressions
  • Banner are grouped in Campaigns which belongs to clients
  • Campaign and banner statistics with charts
  • Click Through Rate (CTR)
  • Guest users to let the clients see their statistics

This software has been tested on server with over 1 Million users each month.

This item is available for download on CodeCanyon for 35$.

You can read the AdAdmin full documentation here.


Comments on “AdAdmin – Ad server easy”

2 thoughts

  1. Eric Koumba says:

    i bought a adadmin solution, and i can’t make it work, could you help me?

  2. Giulio Pons says:

    Sorry for my late reply. Please contact me on Codecanyon comments to handle the help request.

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