IN PARTICULAR, BILLBOARD OWNERS SHOULD UNDERSTAND HOW THE LAWS WORK IN THEIR RESPECTIVE CITIES. LOCAL GOVERNMENTS VARY GREATLY IN HOW THEY ENFORCE THESE LAWS. PENALTIES MAY INCLUDE FINES OR OTHER ENFORCEMENT. HOSTS SHOULD REVIEW LOCAL LAWS BEFORE LISTING A BILLBOARD ON ADOMNI.
1. Key Terms
Adomni provides an online platform that connects digital billboard owners with advertisers seeking to purchase advertisement time (collectively, the "Services"), which Services are accessible at www.adomni.com and any other websites through which Adomni makes the Services available (collectively, the "Site") and as applications for mobile, tablet and other smart devices and application program interfaces (collectively, the "Application").
If you are using the Site, Application or Services, these Terms of Service are between you and Adomni, Inc. (Adomni, Inc. is hereinafter referred to as "Adomni", "we", "us", or "our"). Adomni handles all payments and payouts conducted through or in connection with the Site, Application or Services ("Payment Services"). Payment Services provided by Adomni are subject to the Payments Terms of Service("Payments Terms").
“Adomni Content" means all Content that Adomni makes available through the Site, Application, Services, or its related promotional campaigns and official social media channels, including any Content licensed from a third party, but excluding User Content.
"Ad Play" is the smallest unit of measurement for a time period that a digital advertisement is shown once on a digital billboard. The general duration of a spot is 6, 7, 8 or 10 seconds and the typical frequency that a single spot is displayed is once per minute. The frequency of display is affected by three other factors - the dwell time of the spot, the number of other slots and the occupancy percent of the other slots.
"Advertiser" means a User who reserves from a Billboard Owner spots via the Site, Application or Services.
"Billboard Owner" means a User who makes available one or more slots on one or more Digital Billboard via the Site, Application and Services.
"Collective Content" means User Content and Adomni Content.
"Content" means a user-provided image or video.
"Content Group" means a collection of one or more pieces of content used for organizing together similar pieces of content.
"Dwell Time" means the amount of time an advertisement stays on the screen before the next advertisement appears.
"Impressions" are the number of unique people that travel past a billboard in a given time period (usually measured in days or weeks).
"Reservation" is Adomni’s term for an order that may contain one or more unique schedules.
"Schedule" means the complete duration that an advertiser reserves one or more slots on a specific billboard.
"Slots" the number of unique advertisement positions that would appear in a single billboard loop.
"User" means a person who completes Adomni’s account registration process, including but not limited to Advertisers and Billboard Owners.
"User Content" means all Content that a User posts, uploads, publishes, submits, transmits, or includes in their Reservation, User profile or Adomni promotional campaign to be made available through the Site, Application or Services.
2. Terms of Service
In addition, certain areas of the Site and Application (and your access to or use of certain aspects of the Services or Collective Content) may have different terms and conditions, standards, guidelines, or policies posted or may require you to agree with and accept additional terms and conditions. If there is a conflict between these Terms and terms and conditions posted for a specific area of the Site, Application, Services, or Collective Content, the latter terms and conditions will take precedence with respect to your use of or access to that area of the Site, Application, Services, or Collective Content.
If you do not agree to these Terms, you have no right to obtain information from or otherwise continue using the Site, Application or Services. Failure to use the Site, Application or Services in accordance with these Terms may subject you to civil and criminal penalties.