- What is the Demand Channel Partnership Program or Third-Party Advertisements?
- What types of inventory can I monetize as a publisher?
- I am an app developer and my app is still under development. Can I still register, integrate, and test my app?
- What kind of encoding is used by the InMobi Ad Server for a response to an Ad request?
- What is the payment cycle?
- Why do I need filters on my site?
- What is the impact of creating filters on my site?
- I am a publisher and now I want to become an advertiser and register an advertisement as well. Can I do that?
A: InMobi works with certified third-party advertisers to increase the volume and variety of ads that run on the InMobi network. By opting in to this program, you agree to allow InMobi certified partners to compete for your unfilled InMobi inventory. The default option is to have this program enabled.
A: As a publisher, you can monetize your WAP or mobile website, or areas within your apps.
A: Yes, you can register, integrate, and test your app with InMobi even if your app is still under development. It will be in a test mode where you can integrate and verify the integration. Once the app is approved, you can have it activated.
A: InMobi follows a 60 days payment cycle with a minimum payout of US $50 via PayPal and $300 via Bank Transfer.
A: Site filters are designed to provide you, the publisher, with the ability to manage and control the user experience on the sites by the advertisements being displayed on them.
A: Creating filters helps you block certain ads that may be inappropriate, irrelevant, or even from a particular advertiser. This allows you to closely manage the user experience in your site or app. After you create the filter, you can then turn it on for multiple sites and apps.
Note: Creating too many filters would impact your fill rate and the earnings from your site.
A: Yes, you can become an advertiser by creating an advertising campaign. You can create the campaign in the same Account by clicking the Advertiser tab at the top of your account page.