Our customers usually ask us about what package install means? Our site KeyApp.Top provides 2 types of Android installs:
package installs (simple or regular there are a lot of definitions)
Package install is a direct install by a package id, keyword install is an install by keyword (by which a user searches the app), keyword installs are more effective as they increase the rank, clients order package installs if they just want to have more installs in the statistics, we recommend keyword installs to boost your apps' rank!
I'm not sure about this but I think the floor eCPM is the minimum CPM an ad must have to get top priority over any third-party ad network. If all the third-party networks fail to provide an ad, I think the marketplace can provide it even if the CPM is lower than the floor eCPM.
Of course! we can integrate with any ad network by excluding your provider from our ad network waterfall. Of course, that will lower the marginal revenues from AdtoApp but it is always up to you if you want to uninstall MoPub or keep both.
Therefore the asnwer is yes, you can turn off/on specific ad networks and integrate your own SDK's if you wish!
AdtoApp SDK actually works at its best (you get most revenues) when integrated alone since it already has 20+ largest ad providers :)
I like the reporting tool most of all, find it convenient & informative, also consider website monetization through app discovery very useful
What is more Appnext has developers' community platform which is really precious for exchanging ideas
I agree also with MrAdmin and Jonathan Raveh about having a mix of sources, and also being open to testing new sources as there are shifts in the ad space. I would recommend testing with Adscend Media - we have in-app products like Offer Wall and Rewarded Video which can be integrated in several ways (sdk,api,webview). We also have very competitive eCPMs - I can share those figures and we can chat in more detail if you have the time to PM! :)
@MrAdmin qué fue de esto? se supone que había que mostrar este mensaje, pero en ninguna app que he ido instalando me ha aparecido. Sólo en las mías...
Al final la conclusión a la que llegué es que no es necesario mostrar este mensaje mientras se utilicen ad networks nativas. Solo he puesto el aviso en una app y no he tenido ningún problema con aquellas donde no lo puse.
If you want to play it safe you should remove Exit Ads as new Google Policy seems to forbid them (even if it's not really sure).
If you can manage to put Native Ads in between chats or other scrollable content is good for sure.
Most of my income still is from Interstitials on App Launch... I would suggest you try FAN if Appodeal is not good anymore
But Google (and it's employees) are so strange and can warn/suspend your Apps so easily. They may say "Your button shows Play/Apply/etc but instead show an Interstitial Ad!!!" If the examples were a bit more specific it would be easier for the poor Devs to fight against the Google staff claims...