The world's most popular free, open source ad serving system
Revive Adserver is an open source ad serving tool that enables publishers to:
Serve ads on their websites;
Manage their campaigns from different advertisers and/or ad networks using the simple, easy-to-use interface;
Track and report on campaign success, including click-through rates;
Set rules to target the delivery of campaigns, or even ads, to specific users, to help maximise the effectiveness of campaigns.
DO NOT DOWNLOAD AS A ZIP FILE FROM GITHUB
Download the latest version from: http://www.revive-adserver.com/download/
Revive Adserver as available from github as a zip file is not suitable for installation on a server. It contains a number of files that are for development only, and are removed during the release packaging process.
Please ONLY download Revive Adserver as a release package from the Revive Adserver website at http://www.revive-adserver.com/.
Revive Adserver is copyright; please see the COPYRIGHT file.
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