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How can I target and ad to a specific IP Address?

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How can I target ads to a specific IP address?

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September 2015

Re: How can I target and ad to a specific IP Address?

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Hi Antonio
This is not possible in AdWords.
You can only prevent your ads being seen by certain IP addresses, you cannot target them specifically.

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is it possible to do that outside of Adwords? I've seen folks claim to be able to target ads to a specific IP address (based on marrying a postal address to an IP address). I'm dubious....thoughts?

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Yes, it's certainly possible on some platforms. Just not with AdWords.

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I would really appreciate if you could tell me the the name of few!!

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Gaurav, I know for sure that it is possible on the platform called Simpli.fi. I believe it's also available with another called Centro (formerly known as Sitescout). I'm sure DataXu allows this as well.

How can I target and ad to a specific IP Address?

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Hey to you all, this is possible on platform called AdForm. After creating Campaign, Order and Line Item, you can do it on the tab Targeting by choosing +Technical an then from the roll-out menu choose "From IP range". Then just upload your list of IP´s.

 

Hope this helps!

 

Viktoria

 

How can I target and ad to a specific IP Address?

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Chelsea, I know this is from a few years ago but are these still the best companies to use for this?