Verizon Media Developer Documentation

Verizon Media provides qualifying developers with RESTful access to mobile search and native advertising results with a simple pricing scheme based on usage.

Using the Native Ad Platform API, you can programmatically buy, manage and optimize mobile search and native advertising for ad campaigns across Verizon Media’s mobile inventory.

As an API partner or developer, you’ll work with a set of RESTful objects to create, manage and retrieve advertiser data for your ads, ad groups and campaigns.

Partner Support

The API Partner Support page provides you with a quick snapshot of recent and upcoming releases, and is focused on features supported by the API. You’ll also find a summary of supported functionality.

Partner Support includes product bulletins updated on a monthly cadence for Verizon Media API partners, account managers and developers.

Tune into the Product Bulletin podcast for a capsule summary of Verizon Media API features, changes and product enhancements released by the product development team.

How To Navigate The Native API

The Native API documentation is organized around the topics listed in the left rail Table of Contents (TOC).

  1. To begin, explore the section on Navigating the Native API, which describes topics dealing with Authentication, Creating a Sandbox Account for API testing, Versioning and API v1 Deprecation.

  2. Next, you’ll want to study and understand the Verizon Media RESTful API objects – Ad, Ad Extensions, Ad Group, Advertisers, Campaigns, Keyword, Shared Site Link and Targeting Attribute – and their relationships in the v3 Verizon Media API data model.

  3. Drill down to topics like Audience Management, which enables you to better target your ads by creating audiences from your website, from your mobile app, from your email lists or from your customer lists, and Reporting, which allows you to query cubes, or pre-defined collections of fields that let you define the context of your report.

  4. If you need to work with Bulk operations, for example, the API lets you download and edit all the objects in your advertiser account using a spreadsheet in CSV format and provides you with a Bulk Operations for working with bulk files.

  5. To test and verify the calls you make in the Native API, you can set up the Postman HTTP client, which lets you make requests (GET, PUT, POST, and DELETE calls) to the Native APIs. Check out the Postman Toolkit documentation for details on working with Postman for optimizing, testing and error-checking your API calls.

Get Started

To get started, you’ll need to apply for access and an API Key. The process is simple and straightforward.

  1. Just fill out the form at Apply for Access.

  2. Once you complete the form, you’ll need to create an app and obtain an API key and secret. See the section on Creating an app and obtaining an API key.

Best Practices

To learn about tips and techniques for working with the API, check out Best Practices. The best practices are grouped into categories that are intended to optimize and advance your efforts in working with the API.

What’s New

To track the latest changes, updates and enhancements to the API, you’ll want to read the What’s New section.

For the latest information, check out the December 2019 Product Bulletin for API partners and developers.

For high-level information about Verizon Media Brands and Solutions for advertisers, publishers and partners, be sure to explore Verizon Media Advertising.