Guidelines & Best Practice
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The advertising industry is largely self-regulated through codes of conduct.
Below is a selection of resources you may find useful or interesting if you're keen to learn more.
IAB Australia’s Affiliate Marketing Working Group has published the first Affiliate Industry handbook for the Australian market.
The Video Ad Serving Template (VAST) specification was created by the IAB Tech Lab in the U.S. and has been examined by a Working Group of volunteers from IAB Australia member companies.
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VAST 4.0 (FOR PUBLIC COMMENT)
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VAST 4.0 FAQ
THE DIGITAL VIDEO IN-STREAM AD FORMAT GUIDELINES
After careful review of the of IAB U.S. Podcasting Guidelines and consultation with a range of stakeholders IAB Australia’s Audio Advertising Council feels that these guidelines and the work carried out by the IAB in the US is applicable and valuable to the Australian market and IAB Australia has officially endorsed these guidelines.
The IAB Australia Display Creative and Mobile Creative Guidelines have been updated to fully embrace HTML5 technology as the new standard for ad creative.
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The Interactive Advertising Bureau has released a complete overhaul of the IAB Standard Ad Unit Portfolio, updating its digital ad formats to adapt across screens, and to incorporate the LEAN Principles of lightweight, encrypted, AdChoice supported, and non-invasive advertising.
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The IAB Australia guide to digital advertising policy and regulations includes everything you need to know about existing marketplace rules and regulations, as well as the key policy issues and debates shaping digital industries, all in one place.
IAB Australia presents its Ad Blocking Toolkit, which answers all the frequently asked questions that consumers, publishers and anyone involved or interested in digital advertising might need answered.
IAB Standards and Guidelines Council working group has published new interim Creative ad specifications which will address industry concerns around the recent changes to Flash support by browsers. The Creative Guidelines replace the existing HTML5 guidelines which were published in 2013 HTML5.
Interest Based Advertising (IBA), also known as Online Behavioural Advertising, delivers advertisements to the users of an Internet-enabled device based on Web browsing activity or interests demonstrated on that device, or ‘behaviour’ of that device.
Smart Phone Tips
An Advertiser’s Checklist for Getting Mobile Right