GumGum is one of our advertising partners. At any time, you can turn GumGum in-image ads on and off, right from your Mediavine dashboard. It's totally optional, but it's an additional way you can monetize your content. 

What do GumGum in-image ads look like?

When enabled, the ads always lock onto the bottom of an image. You can view them in action in the GumGum Gallery, but here's an example: 

How do I activate GumGum on my site?

Go to your Mediavine dashboard and click Settings. Scroll down until you see a section titled "GumGum Settings." Check the box, and save! That's it! 

Can I make any customizations? 

Yes! GumGum allows several customizations on a per-site basis, such as adjusting the frequency of in-image ads, deactivating in-image units that expand, AKA "canvas" units, or blocking a particular ad from that site. 

If you'd like to make any of these adjustments, email publishers@mediavine.com and we'll work with GumGum personally to make the change. 

Can I remove GumGum ads on certain images?

Yes! You can use a bit of code to disable GumGum on a particular image. (For example, if GumGum was showing over a logo image.) 

Learn how to use disable GumGum on a certain image using image classes.

Can I remove GumGum ads from a certain page on my site? 

Absolutely! We give you controls right in your dashboard to make ad blocking easy. Make sure to select "In-Image" when you are setting up the embed code to place in your blog post. 

Learn how to disable ads on single posts.

You can also email publishers@mediavine.com, and we'll be happy to help you put a block in place on certain pages. 

What if I see an ad I don't like?

To report a GumGum ad, please take a screenshot of the ad, and right click on the ad to copy the URL where the ad leads. Email those details and the screenshot to publishers@mediavine.com, and we'll report it to GumGum.

Related: 

Disable GumGum in-image ads on an entire post 

Disable GumGum ads with image classes 

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