Nowadays, advertisements can be found anywhere and are a constant part of our everyday lives. That’s why anyone can make money out of it. If you want to monetize your gaming app, here we present to you the best AdMob alternatives.

We all have probably download a game once out of seeing an ad for it in another app. This is quite common and really useful for game developers, who want more people to play their game. This is done by using mobile ads, one of the most useful ways to advertise your product.

Mobile ads are a form of advertisement that can display on webpages and apps accessed on a mobile device such as a cell phone or tablet. There are several sorts of mobile advertisements, such as call-only ads, app promotion ads, and others. Advertisements can show in mobile search results, mobile-optimized websites, YouTube, and even within other mobile apps. These advertisements can be in text, picture, video, call-only, or app/digital content forms, depending on your campaign type.


For using these mobile ads, you can use AdMob, a mobile advertising company founded by Omar Hamoui. However, if you want to try another one that probably will suit your preferences better, here we present to you the three best AdMob alternatives for gaming apps:

1. MediaFem

MediaFem is a full-service SSP network located in the United Kingdom with over 13 years of ad monetization experience. Many publications employ ad codes to encourage visitors to read more on the same page or to generate revenue from referral traffic. This advertising company employs cutting-edge analytics to give customers with A/B testing, intelligent reporting, and personalization, all of which are essential for new media success.

MediaFem supports all video, audio, display, mobile, and native formats and works with Publishers on a revenue-share basis of 70% with no upfront fees. These figures are constant across all publishers, regardless of area, and have not been averaged. Publishers can choose between header bidding and the traditional One Ad Code option for their implementations.

Ad integration into any digital audio resource, whether a podcast, music download, or digital broadcast, may assist publishers in increasing income while improving sound quality. Client-side and server-side ad insertion are supported by the majority of streaming servers.

2. Adcolony

Many of these SSPs were founded through acquisition, and AdColony (previously known as Opera) is a successful public business that was built through a series of acquisitions. AdMarvel, a mobile ad serving and mediation layer, underpins their SSP service. Demand from a performance network formerly known as Moolah Media and a brand network formerly known as Mobile Theory augments that platform. All of this has been integrated, and they have also developed their own proprietary exchange under the moniker AdColony (which was also a company they acquired).

3. MoPub

MoPub, a Twitter subsidiary, provides global monetization solutions for mobile app publishers and developers. Publishers rely on us to help them optimize ad income and regulate user experience thanks to our customizable network mediation solution, top mobile programmatic exchange, and years of experience in mobile app advertising. On MoPub Marketplace, over 130 demand-side platforms (DSPs) compete with mobile ad networks to generate the greatest price per ad impression. Mobile publishers may collaborate with the partners of their choosing using our free and flexible mediation solution. Our adaptable mediation solution enables publishers to match the right inventory with the right network partner depending on their own business objectives. MoPub’s powerful ad serving technologies, user interface, and analytics provide developers the autonomy, transparency, and flexibility they need to fuel their revenue plans.

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