Frequently asked questions about Revive Adserver hosting

About Revive Adserver

What is Revive Adserver?
revive-adserver-logo-h50pxRevive Adserver is an open source ad serving system, created and maintained by a project team with the same name. More information about the open source project can be found on their website.
Do you have a quick Getting Started tutorial?

revive-adserver-logo-h50pxYes, we published a seven step tutorial to help you Get Started Using Revive Adserver.

Can anyone use Revive Adserver?
Yes, since Revive Adserver is open source software, you do not need permission from anyone to use it. This is in contrast to the commercial services like Google DFP. These often refuse to create an account, when the site it is going to be used on has (in their view) questionable content. If your site is legal, however, we will be perfectly happy to host your Revive Adserver system for you.

About pricing and invoicing

When will I get invoiced?

Immediately after the end of each month, we will send you an invoice by e-mail. The invoice will be dated on the last calendar date of the month it applies to.

How is the invoice calculated?

The invoice will be based on the actual number of ad requests measured in the month just ended, multiplied by the rate for the price plan that applies to your account.

Any additional costs that apply to a longer period will be invoiced to you in the month in which they were initiated. As an example: when we install or renew SSL certificates for you, these have a cost for a period of 12 months, and they will be charged in the month we configure these certificates.

What is the payment term?

We expect your payment within 14 days of the invoice date.

Can I pay via PayPal?

Yes, we do accept payments via PayPal. However, if you are located in the SEPA (Single European Payments Area), we expect you to pay us through a regular bank transfer, since that’s the least expensive option for both parties.

Can I pay with a credit card?

Yes, we do accept credit card payments. However, if you are located in the SEPA (Single European Payments Area), we expect you to pay us through a regular bank transfer, since that’s the least expensive option for both parties.

To process credit cards, we use PayPal, so we can accept any credit card that PayPal can process.

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