👀Custom Unique Links for Quizzop

You can run Quizzop on your own domain. This document outlines the steps you need to undertake to do that.

Do not open your Quizzop Unique Link within an iframe. Quizzop does not work within iframes.

Monetisation on Custom Unique Links is not as strong as on standard Quizzop Unique Links. We work with several advertisers directly for high-paying direct campaigns, and their campaigns can only be served on domains owned and operated by us. Blended eCPM numbers on Custom Unique Links will be lower than on standard Quizzop Unique Links.

To get your own Custom Quizzop Unique Link, follow these steps:

Step 1: Identify a sub-domain for Quizzop

For this document, we will assume you own footballnews.com and you want Quizzop on quiz.footballnews.com

The sub-domain should be of a root domain which is already approved for Google AdSense.

Follow the steps mentioned here to get your regular Quizzop Unique Link.

Step 3: Contact your IT team to make CNAME records

Step 3.1 - Domain set up: Ask your IT team to set up a CNAME record on your domain. You will need to CNAME your subdomain from Step 1 to your Quizzop Unique Link from Step 2.

Let's assume your Quizzop Unique Link is 3025.lite.quizzop.com

In that case, you will set a CNAME record for quiz.footballnews.com with the alias as 3025.lite.quizzop.com

Step 3.2 - SSL validation: In order to be able to run Quizzop on your domain, we need to have an SSL certificate linked to your subdomain from Step 1. This allows us to run everything on the recommended https protocol.

To generate this certificate, we need to add another CNAME record, which your Gamezop Account Manager will provide to you. It is your responsibility to ensure this DNS record is not removed at any point of time, or users may start to see safety warnings from browsers when they visit your quiz subdomain.

Step 4: Get your domain verified on Quizzop's Google Ad accounts

Add this line at the end of your ads.txt file:

google.com, pub-3452022011371122, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0
google.com, pub-6598661725544892, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0

Your ads.txt file must be hosted on your root-domain. For example, in this case above, it would have to be on footballnews.com/ads.txt . Learn more about ads.txt here.

This is needed for us to get your domain added to our Google AdSense / AdExchange accounts, so that we can start delivering ads.

Step 5: Make ads.txt entry

In the ads.txt file hosted on your root domain, add an entry to reference your quiz subdomain. In the above example, you would add the following line to the end of your footballnews.com/ads.txt file:


What this does is that it instructs ad networks to look also look within the . Since the sub-domain is managed by us, it will always have our latest ads.txt entries.

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