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    Default Ad network Android SDKs

    Has anyone tried any of Ad networks' Android SDKs ? like AdMob, InMobi, or MobGold ? Probably it's nice to have someone share an information like how much they pay per click or action ? Thanks before.

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    I'm watching this thread, since i have interest too in Admob's, MobGold's or InMobi's Android SDKs for the advertising on apps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caseyl View Post
    I'm watching this thread, since i have interest too in Admob's, MobGold's or InMobi's Android SDKs for the advertising on apps.
    Hey dude have you tried to do it by yourself ?

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    i heard that mobgold offer the same bid with their regular ads...
    so the amount of money you get will depend on how much the advertisers place their bid...

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    so, i just got back from buzzcity's website, and found out that they're just launching this new Android SDk..

    so i guess more and more ad networks are joining the club huh?

    but which one is better? mobgold's? admob's? or the newcomer, buzzcity's? please enlighten me

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    Quote Originally Posted by rupert_hogg View Post
    so, i just got back from buzzcity's website, and found out that they're just launching this new Android SDk..

    so i guess more and more ad networks are joining the club huh?

    but which one is better? mobgold's? admob's? or the newcomer, buzzcity's? please enlighten me

    To be honest I don't really know the guys over mobiThinking has stated that no one is really dominant, for now Admob probably is the best, not sure about mobgold/buzzcity.

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    GiveN the MobGold track record and technical superiority their Android SDK should be looked into. MobGold is anyways doing such great service here through hecto and rupert_hogg

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    Quote Originally Posted by morse View Post
    Give the MobGold track record and technical superiority their Android SDK should be looked into. MobGold is anyways doing such great service here through hecto and rupert_hogg
    Why I should give them the technical superiority? don't think ANY of Mobile Advertising is superior to other. I'm just trying to compare among those companies to find out who gives the most revenue for Android.

    Anyways thanks for the your link, at the moment I'm too busy with my life & my project on own site, to get on play with Android, therefore I asked here to actually know whether it's worthed.

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    Oops sorry i edited my post, i should have written GiveN and not Give , made an understanding difference there. Hope to read more mobgold postings from you as you love to cite them every now and then . Sadly such a shower of praise means the opposite of what it is

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    Quote Originally Posted by hecto View Post
    To be honest I don't really know the guys over mobiThinking has stated that no one is really dominant, for now Admob probably is the best, not sure about mobgold/buzzcity.

    Admob is solid. You should also try Medialets and LeadboltApps. It comes down to functionality & exactly what kind of ad formats you are looking to incorporate. Each ad format generates different revenues.

    Admob are obviously mainly banners, LeadboltApps do pushes, banners and interstitials and Medialets do banners and rich media. Hope that helps.

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