Member Profile Service
The Member Profile Service allows you to establish a single, global profile to limit the countries and domains from which you accept third-party impressions. Your campaigns will not bid on third-party impressions that do not match the requirements of the member profile.
Be sure to align your campaign profiles with your member profile; otherwise, your campaign targeting may not be effective.
Example 1: Your member profile is set to accept third-party impressions from the US and Canada. A campaign is set to target impressions from the US, Canada, and Mexico. In this case, the campaign will never have the chance to target impressions from Mexico because the member profile prevents those impressions from being available for bidding.
Example 2: Your member profile is set to block third-party impressions from domain list 1, which includes apples.com, oranges.com, and pears.com. A campaign is set to target domain list 3, which includes plums.com, bananas.com, and apples.com. Note that apples.com is included in both domain list 1 and domain list 3. In this case, the campaign will never have the chance to target impressions from apples.com because the member profile blocks domain list 1.
Create your member profile:
Update your member profile:
View your member profile:
Delete your member profile:
Find out which fields you can filter and sort by:
Since you have only one member profile, you do not need to include the profile ID in
The ID of the member profile.
The action to perform on
The domain lists to include or exclude. See the examples below for formatting.
The countries from which you will accept third-party impressions. You will accept impressions only from these countries. Note that if you do not specify any countries, you will accept third-party impressions from all countries. See Examples below.
Read-only. The date on which the member profile was last modified.
|inventory_url_list_targets||array of objects|
Contains a list of inventory list IDs (whitelists and/or blacklists). Used to attach a single whitelist and/or one or more blacklists to the profile.
See Inventory Lists for more details.