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Discussion in 'Indie Basics' started by xolatgames, Dec 22, 2017.
Who is better in your opinion? Who pays the most?
All ad networks have their ups and downs. They'll have a good campaign, then it will end, then later they'll get another, and so on. It's best to have multiple networks and mediate them. That way you get the benefit of the ups, and can mitigate the downs.
Who is better? That is a question that is always asked but can never really be answered. But now you CAN try out these different networks without wasting valuable time and resources.
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These questions are never really answered because there is no single ad-tech company or solution, that gives you the best results at all times.
The truth is, it really does not matter, which one you choose, they all do about the same thing with some minor variation.
It is much more important of how you integrate different ad-formats into your game!!!
The best way to maximize your revenue is to combine multiple ad-formats to your game!
AdMob banner ads in the 2D menu screens and interstitials between levels.
Unity rewarded video ads for coins, upgrades or visuals items in the shop.
Admix 3D ads and billboards in-game.
This way you can maximize your potential revenue by using most of your available inventory and ad space.
Hope it helps,
This also cleared any confusion in my mind. Thanks all!