App盈利的五种工具

【App盈利的五种工具】1、AdMob:世界上最的移动广告平台之一,开发者可以植入与产品相关App内部广告,根据点击量付费;2、SartApp:移动应用分销平台,将搜索服务与应用结合起来;3、.InMobi:全球最大的独立移动互联网广告服务提供商,在不同操作系统、不同型号的手机网络中寻找特定用户群,通过点击量评估广告效果。使用追踪识别用户使用习惯,并推送适合的广告;4、Millennial Media:提供给开发者广告形式,如多种媒体形式移动视频、其他富媒体广告;5、Tapjoy:通过奖励用户虚拟现金或正使用的App的付费服务以鼓励用户点击广告,并与之互动。

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The Top 5 Monetization Tools for Mobile Apps

If you've developed a mobile app, you have undoubtedly run into the issue facing app developers everywhere: how to monetize. Mom-and-pop apps to tech giants like Facebook, and everything in between, are grappling with how to maximize their mobile earnings.


The most obvious way -- charging users per download -- can be the least effective, as four out of five paid apps in the Android store have been downloaded less than 100 times. Contrary to what you might expect, most of the highest grossing apps in any marketplace are free to download.


There are a variety of ways that ostensibly "free" apps turn profits for their developers, whether using the "freemium" model popular with apps like Dropbox or displaying banner ads (see any Angry Birds download ever). How can your app, from the day you introduce it to the iOS, Android or Windows market, monetize?


There are many companies that try to solve the mobile monetization conundrum, but several truly stand-out companies are leading the way. Here are the top five monetization tools for mobile apps -- in terms of their widespread use as well as the profits developers make by using them.


1. AdMob


Currently supporting 50,000 mobile businesses with in-app advertising, Google's AdMob is one of the biggest mobile ad platforms in the industry. With thousands of advertisers to choose from, developers can choose the ads and the formats most relevant to their product, and get paid each time an ad -- most commonly a banner -- is clicked. AdMob also has a mediation feature that helps you juggle multiple ad networks, allocating traffic by percentage, location, or ad revenue. You can also use AdMob to advertise your product in other apps.


2. StartApp


The software development kit offered by StartApp allows a developer to integrate a mobile search engine add-on into their app. Integration takes between three and five minutes, and developers can instantly share in the revenue generated from user searches. This unique model is a hit among developers because it doesn't alter the app experience -- keeping it free of ads -- and they are paid for each download containing the add-on, rather than for every time the search engine is utilized. StartApp is currently available for Android apps and has been downloaded over 250 million times, making it a worldwide monetization phenomenon. StartApp's search engine can be found on roughly 20 percent of Android devices worldwide, making it the largest mobile search engine in the Western world.


3. InMobi


Using both SDKs and Server Side API integration, InMobi is an easy-to-integrate performance-based ad network that helps you not just monetize users, but acquire and engage new ones. By advertising on InMobi's platform and using their top-brand ads on your own app, you'll be tapped into a market of 578 million consumers in 165 countries. InMobi also boasts a conversion tracking system, which helps you identify if the right ads are being displayed to the right users -- maximizing eCPMs and revenue. InMobi is considered the largest independent mobile advertiser in the world.

4. Millennial Media


Founded in 2006, Millennial now has offices from Los Angeles to Singapore and a developer base that includes The New York Times Co. and Zynga. Developers can manage the ads used in their apps, as well as the format -- including mobile video, other rich-media or banners. Known particularly for its premium ads, developers have the choice of running Millennial ads, third-party ads, house ads or client ads. Millennial has won Mobile Marketing Campaign of the Year awards on numerous occasions, and more than 30,000 apps worldwide use their platform.


5. Tapjoy


Developers who use Tapjoy take part in an incentivized monetization model called Mobile Value Exchange. Users are encouraged to click on and interact with advertisers (sometimes downloading another app outright) in order to gain virtual currency or other bonuses in the app they are currently using. The payment comes from the the maker of the other application, who benefits by collecting new users and increasing their exposure. More than 110 million mobile users are said to take part in this kind of incentivization program, on over 75,000 applications. Tapjoy claims that developers have seen a 50-300 percent increase in monetization.
文章作者: Kevin Ducoff




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