AdMob is one of the world’s largest CPC mobile ad networks, founded in 2006 in Mountain View, US. It offers a vast array of tools and solutions to monetize and promote apps and mobile websites. AdMob basically connects advertisers with publishers/developers via it’s mobile marketplace, enabling advertisers to create and run targeted ads and developers to generate higher profits from their advertising revenue.
Advertisers can utilize AdMob to promote their apps and mobile sites, via in-app advertising or cross-promoted with free house ads. Developers looking to monetize their apps and sites can choose and run a range of ads with a simple SDK download (for iOS, Android and Windows Phone 7).
- Extensive tools to track downloads/measure results and manage ad campaigns
- Cross-promote apps for free with AdMob house ads
- A robust network including over 100,000 apps and mobile sites
- Free ad network mediation for use with multiple ad networks
- Ads from millions of Google advertisers
- Native ads that don’t disrupt the user experience
- Unlimited mobile app analytics
- No SDK required
- Over 1 million apps use AdMob on iOS and Android
- AdMob is available on Unity
- Maximise your revenue with user insights
- Promote your apps for free
- Get paid fast with no transfer fees
- Over 200 billion monthly ad requests
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Omar Hamoui – Chief Executive Officer and Founder of AdMob
AdMob was sold to Google in 2009 and Omar now works as a partner for Sequoia Capital. He is an entrepreneur with a focus on product and technology, Omar has significant experience in mobile but general interest in the consumer internet as well.
AdMob Jobs and Careers
AdMob lists available jobs and positions here with openings in their offices in Dublin, San Francisco, Shanghai, Oslo, Tokyo, across roles in Product Management, Strategic Partnership Management, Technical Solutions and Team Lead in Mobile Apps.
You can find employee reviews of Admob on the company’s Glassdoor profile here.
|Key Markets:||Asia, Europe, Global, Japan, South Africa, UK, USA|
|Types:||Mobile Ad Network|
|Ad Formats:||Banners, Rich Media|
|Targeting:||Carrier, Device, OS|
Facebook is top ad network choice for rewarded video ads Posted on June 27, 2019 by Anne Freier ...interstitial formats, Facebook was the strongest ad network for non-US users at first share, whilst Admob led the average overall share.
Google just made it easier for app developers to manage their ad policies Posted on May 03, 2019 by Anne Freier ...opened a new App Policy Center to provide better communications and make it easier for users Google AdMob and Ad Manager to understand and manage ad policies.
Google reveals new monetisation features for app developers Posted on March 14, 2019 by Anne Freier Additionally, Google announced the launch of ad units within smart segmentation in Google AdMob to help developers boost revenue.
Google Play launches rewarded video ads to help app developers monetise non-paying users Posted on March 08, 2019 by Anne Freier Rewarded products are now available in beta within the Play Console and are powered by AdMob technology.
Rewarded video monetisation grows in US and East Asia Posted on December 06, 2018 by Anne Freier ...just a few years ago, the format has quickly gained traction thanks to major players such as Google AdMob and Facebook.
Almost 90% of apps send data to an Alphabet-owned company Posted on October 24, 2018 by Andy Boxall These range from Google itself to Firebase, Adsense, Admob, YouTube, and Blogger.
Google AdMob partners with Unity Technologies to boost mobile game monetisation Posted on August 09, 2018 by Anne Freier Google’s AdMob mobile advertising business has just partnered with real-time 3D development platform Unity Technologies....
Mobile Ad News Weekly – Snap changes fees for publishers, Apple gets rid of apps sharing user location data Posted on May 11, 2018 by Anne Freier ...removed. Google recently announced updates for how app developers are purchasing and selling ads on AdWords and AdMob.
Google updates app advertising features for app developers Posted on May 11, 2018 by Anne Freier ...Google recently announced updates for how app developers are purchasing and selling ads on AdWords and AdMob.
Google UAC: how to have the best ads in the best places Posted on February 12, 2019 And, since nearly 70% of impressions served on AdMob are in portrait mode, you would be missing out on a notable amount of conversions.
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