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Old December 12th, 2010, 06:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I was wondering if someone had some experience with an ad service for android other than admob. I'm doing way better with iAds so is there another service I could use for my android app that would give revenue comparable it iAds?

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Hi,
I'm working on a widget that allow Android developers to get and show ads from another ad distributor in US. It can be used by itself, or with AdMob -- one is used as backup of another. This distributor payes better per click (sometimes much better) than AdMob. I'm not ready to release it yet, but if you or other developers interested to be beta user, I can send you something in next couple days or so. At least you could get a feel on how much they pay. You'd need to get an account from them similar to what you do with AdMob. I will not take a cut of your ad revenue.
Oh, very important -- they don't pay you if a click comes from outside US. So there's no benefit if most/all of your application/game users are not in US.
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What's the other ad thing called?
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Install AdWhirl and support the lot. Tweak your settings to favour whomever pays the most at the given time. No downside.
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Install AdWhirl and support the lot. Tweak your settings to favour whomever pays the most at the given time. No downside.
I would agree here, also from signing up to the site you will see a list of popular Ad services you might want to investigate.
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Here's a list of other mobile ad networks:

adfonic.com
inmobi.com
mojiva.com
decktrade.com
jumptap.com
buzzcity.com
millennialmedia.com

Hope this helps...
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Hello,

AdMob can perform mediation with other ad networks, but I'm not certain I've understood how it works !!

Can someone tell me what's the difference between subscribing to AdWhirl directly and using AdMob mediation ?

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