iFrame - range for applications

Play videos, tweets, podcasts, etc. automatically to match the text with keyword targeting

No limits with the iFrame widget

Social Media

With the iFrame widget format, social media content such as YouTube videos, Facebook posts or tweets can be easily played out via keyword targeting. All you have to do is add the appropriate embed code to the campaign form.

More reach for your own iFrames

The format is also useful to get more reach for your own iFrame content such as newsletter registrations, WhatsApp news or surveys and thus to promote user engagement.


Many publishers shy away from iFrames, because they can shoot beyond the text areas on the page and thus deface the page. That can with kontextR don't happen there kontextR Load formats only in text and the iFrame in one kontextR iFrame is loaded securely.


Editors often shy away from installing dynamic applications. Why? This content is loaded from servers, often outside of your own CMS. If this content is now broken, i.e. not available, the iFrame loads with an error message. If this happens, all iFrames must be manually removed from all articles. Not so with kontextR: All iFrames can be removed from hundreds of articles at the push of a button. Thus, the publisher has full control over what goes on for how long and can use the power of iFrames without effort!

iFrame widget with YouTube player

iFrames from partners

The iFrame widget also enables new advertising campaigns. You can easily install applications such as a car configurator or an advertising customer's tariff calculator to match the text and receive payment for certain user interactions.

Call-to-action button

The iFrame widget format can also be used to incorporate CTA buttons and similar elements. In the corresponding field in the campaign form you can design it via HTML and CSS.

Full control

kontextR is not an ad network, but a software manufacturer for publishers. Therefore, publishers have data sovereignty and full control over where and how widgets are placed. For example, whether in or at the end of the text, in certain categories or only if certain keywords appear in the editorial article.

iFrame in expand link format

In order not to take up too much space, you can hide iFrame widgets (as well as image-text widgets) in an inText expand link. The widget only appears when you click on a suitable keyword.

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