Finding and using fonts for your widget
Customizing your widgets using Additional CSS
Using passbacks when widget is empty
Disable device storage (localstorage, cookies)
How can I use a preamble for my v2 widgets?
How can I use the article source for my v2 widgets?
Adding a widget to your site
Testing the widget on a live site
Testing the widget in your test environment
Selecting articles to recommend
Elements of an article recommendation
Images in content recommendations
Can I have more than one widget?
How do I add multiple widgets to a page?
How do I add a widget in an iframe or through Ad Manager?
Does the widget work with infinite scroll?
Can I use the widget in WordPress?
Will the widget affect my Google ranking or SEO?
Will the Strossle widget slow down my website?
How does Strossle measure impressions?
Do you use other methods than cookies for storing or accessing information on a user's device?
Introduction to Ad Sets
Prioritization of Ad Sets
Targeting Article Categories
Targeting Site Types
Choosing Delivery Mode For Your Ad Set
Introduction to Ad Creatives
The Art of Writing Great Headlines
Choosing the Perfect Image for Your Content
Using your own impression pixel
Including referrer in your click URL
Measuring engagement with your landing page
Why is my campaign not getting enough traffic?
Can I select or exclude certain publishers?
Why does currency of my campaigns differ?
Can I change currency?
How does Strossle handle traffic from bots?
How often is the forecast updated?
Do you provide a campaign reporting API?
Can multiple Creatives from the same Ad Set show up in the same placement?
Why may Strossle reporting differ from third-party reporting tools?
Updated by Joakim Stenberg
Access and permissions are managed through a service we call Strossle Manager. Manager is built around two key concepts; groups and users.
Groups can own widgets (placements on websites), campaigns (advertisement on websites) but also other groups (child groups).
Users are individuals who are connected to one or many groups and thereby granted access to the properties (such as widgets or campaigns) belonging to a group.
Groups are structured in a hierarchy
Most often you only need a single group. All users part of your team, all widgets and all campaigns you own can be connected to this single group.
Sometimes however, you'll find that you want to manage access to specific properties more granularly, e.g. only allowing users access to widgets related to a specific website or campaigns related to a specific advertiser.
This is why it is possible to create child groups; groups that can have its own set of users, its own widgets and its own campaigns.
Users with access to the top level group are able to manage properties of all of its child groups. Users connected to the child group are only allowed to manage properties owned by the child group itself.