The numbers of the following sections are referring to the Flag Numbers used on the RUNative platform.

The following guidelines are what we consider the best practices for advertising on RUNative. 

Please, keep in mind that when any kind of flag is applied, your campaign may have some limitations for access to all of our traffic sources. We recommend staying within our content guidelines in order to receive the highest volume and the highest quality of traffic for your campaigns. 

If you find your campaign has been flagged and the traffic limited, you can find out what we detected by clicking on the flag in the ads page when editing your campaign.

3. Aggressive landing page behaviour

RUNative will flag the campaigns that include aggressive landing page behaviour categorised as below mentioned. Please keep in mind that when any kind of flag is applied, your campaign may have some limitations for access to all of our traffic sources. We recommend staying within our content guidelines in order for your campaigns to receive the highest volume and the highest quality of traffic. 

3.1 Blurry image

Landing page with blurry or pixelated images as well as images without sharp in-focus part that can be difficult to perceive. 

3.2 Aggressive flashing

Landing page with unnecessary aggressive flashing, speedily varying background which can be an image, text or some colour that cause a negative user experience. 

3.3 Free / Discounted domain

Landing page is hosted on a free / discounted domain name. For example: 

https://www.hostinger.com/free-xyz-domain
https://wordpress.com/

3.4 Triggers pop unders

Landing pages triggering one or more pop-unders that are normally hidden under the main active window in order to advertise any product or service.

3.5 JS pop-ups

Landing page with offers containing Javascript pop-ups. A separated window with independent javascript environment.
 

3.6 Entry pop-ups

Landing page with offers containing entry pop-ups. They  typically appear suddenly on a screen over another window.

3.7 Exit pop-ups

Landing page with offers containing exit pop-ups that display a message to users as they are attempting to leave your page. 

3.8 Mobile vibration

Landing pages that trigger mobile vibration on user's mobile device and that may provide a negative user experience.

3.9 Pre-filled SMS window

Landing page with pre-filled SMS window on user's mobile device and that may provide a negative user experience.

3.10 No opt out option

Landing page without clear opt out option that allows user to unsubscribe or leave membership from a website. 

3.11 Auto-download product / APK

Landing page with auto-downloads of APK on mobile devices. It may affect user experience in a negative way. 

3.12 Automatic redirects to mobile marketplaces

Landing pages with automatic redirects to mobile marketplaces on mobile devices. 

3.13 Back button redirect

Landing pages with offers containing back button redirects. It may affect user experience in a negative way. 

3.14 Fake virus alert

Landing pages with offers containing fake virus alert which may be a kind of pop-up windows or browser tabs that open when user visits a web page. 

3.15 Misleading exit button

Landing page with offers containing misleading exit buttons that redirect you to another landing page. 

3.16 Auto sound

Landing page with offers triggering Auto-sound without any user interaction can be disruptive for audience.

3.17 Scareware tactics

Landing page with offers containing scareware tactics that in some way manipulates users into buying unwanted software. 

3.18 Sexy games

Landing page containing moderate sexy content and expressions like +18 warning or adult game, which in some case can be unsuitable for the audience and may disturb specific publishers. 

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