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Unread 16th Jan 2014, 08:28 AM   #1
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Hi guys,
I am quite new as an active marketer and although i intend to promote offers via clickbank etc and cpa (when i can get accepted) i have a few clients who want me to place banner ads on mobile networks.In the past this was fairly easy to do with the likes of Admob and Adfonic etc.However i have been out of the loop for some time and these platforms have changed somewhat.Admob were acquired by Google and seem to have changed their ad mediums and Adfonic no longer take publishers and any advertiser has to part with $1000 to get started and again the format seems to be biased to app advertising which i have yet to get to grips with.I contacted Airpush recently and although they were quick to respond they don't seem to understand straight questions and answer accordingly.I bought into Adam Horwitz's Mobile Monopoly course some time back and he showed how to adapt creatives for banner advertising and using Admob and Adfonic showed how to place an demographically placed banner ad which is all i want to do now.Does anyone have any knowledge of companies that would still do this and are simple to join with cheap deposits ($50-100 doable), with an easy to follow self serve system? Sorry to waffle on but i have a lot of people who want to advertise and i am frustrated as i could be earning by now!!!
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I've used both BuzzCity and InMobi for mobile advertising and I can tell you that both companies offer extensive methods of targeting. Targeting by region, carrier, handset type, etc.

Both networks have a minimum $50 deposit, but BuzzCity's minimum bid on ads is only $0.01 versus InMobi's $0.05. Although I've found it to be a classic case of "you get what you pay for", as the traffic from InMobi tends to be of a higher quality.

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Inmobi Traffic works for Subscription offers. Reach out to your AM to help you.

You can also use a site id tracking feature to see which sites work well.
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