A List of Mobile Advertising Networks

Welcome to our list of mobile ad networks.  Here you will find a round-up of all the major networks on the market, broken down into seven key areas. Mobile ad networks are becoming increasingly diversified, as the silver bullet the industry was waiting for a few years ago is starting to look somewhat stuck in the barrel. Instead a mix of solutions have emerged to help advertisers and publishers increase their revenues and ROI, and help developers get their apps onto devices.  The types of networks we’ve identified are:

When choosing an ad solution for mobile you therefore have to be extra careful about what makes sense for your inventory and marketing goals. Do you need geo-targeting for local ads? Is your app particularly popular in certain regions like Asia or Europe? Do you want the transparency of a Demand Side Platform? Or do you need high-quality traffic for your premium brand? Whatever you’re looking for, you should be able to find it below. If you think we’ve missed out an important ad network, or if you just want to ask for advice and tips, feel free to drop us a comment or an email.

We’ve also provided this directory as a downloadable file which you can grab below via slideshare or scribd or from our mobile marketing guides section.

The Mobile Ad Networks List

Global Mobile Ad Networks

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Global mobile ad networks are the big boys giving you the most reach across multiple territories and across a large network of sites and apps. They may lack some of the transparency and focus of other solutions, but advertisers get a global audience, wide range of ad units and hands-off approach, while publishers can benefit from high fill rates.

NativeX – offers a range of monetization, user acquisition and advertising solutions on a global basis on CPA, CPI and CPM based models (Visit website)

Epom Market – offers a mobile and app advertising marketplace that connects advertisers, publishers and other networks in a single exchange (Visit website)

LeadBolt – One of the biggest mobile ad networks out there. Specialises in offering a wide-variety of ad-unit models, from banners to audio ads. Mainly CPC-based. (Visit website)

Avazu Mobile - RTB-enabled global mobile ad network offering a range of inventory for mobile ad campaigns across the globe (Visit website)

Mmedia – Self-service mobile ad network from Millennial Media. Aimed at advertisers on a budget. Focuses on CPC and CPM revenue models. (Visit website)

Ybrant Mobile – Mobile ad division of Ybrant Digital. Offers a range of ad solutions, including banner ads, direct marketing and SMS/MMS advertisements. (Visit website)

Millennial Media – One of the biggest mobile ad networks out there. Millennial offers a range of ad solutions, including rich media ads, video, banners and interstitials. (Visit website)

Inmobi – Global blind mobile ad network and premium network with reach in markets including the UK, India and South Africa. Offers both banners and rich media. (Visit website)

Admob – Arguable the biggest ad network on the market, Admob is owned by Google and offers a range of rich media and other ad types. Also offers free internal cross promotion. (Visit website)

Adfonic – Self-service mobile ad network that claims to offer easy-to-use tools for publishers and advertisers. Offers CPC and CPM models. (Visit website)

Jumptap – Offers a range of ad revenue models, including CPM, CPC, CPI and CPA. Focuses on banner ads and the US market. (Visit website)

AdModa – Claims to be the fastest growing global mobile ad network in the world. Self service. Also runs the adult-focused AdultModa. (Visit website)

MobYD – Global mobile ad network that offers a range of ad types, such as video, rich meida and banner ads. (Visit website)

Lynx uses interactive video ads with Google

App Promotion Networks

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As the name suggests, app promotion networks are focused on driving app installs for developers. These networks have taken off in a big way over the last couple of years and they come in a variety of forms. Perhaps the most disruptive is the cross exchange networks, which allow developers to essentially swap app installs with each other without paying a penny. You’ve also got incentivised networks, which offers users rewards for engaging with ads and downloading apps, as well as straightforward cost per install networks, which only charge you when a user installs your app.

Appflood – App cross promotion network, which lets devs get a free exchange on their apps. Focuses on mobile games. Also offers a CPI network. (Visit website)

AppLift - Mobile Games marketing platform based in Berlin and now expanding worldwide  (Visit website)

Appia - App Promotion ad network and exchange offering a range of cost per install models and services (visit website)

appOptim – socialise, monetize and promote your app using the appOptim SDK

Appnext – CPI network and app discovery platform that focuses purely on mobile and social games. Supports iOS, Android and Facebook games. (Visit website)

Jampp - Data-driven mobile advertising app promotion platform for Latin America and Brazil. Focuses on its Cost Per Install network. Supports Windows Phone, Android and iOS. (Website)

RevMob – Ad network and app cross promotion platform. Lets developers gain installs for free. Also offers CPC and CPI models. Focuses on interstitial ads. (Visit website)

Kiip – Incentivised mobile ad network that focuses on mobile games. Users get rewarded with coupons or other offers for downloading apps. Based in UK. (Visit website)

SessionM – Incentivised app download platform, which offers users rewards, such as coupons and special offers, in exchange for engaging with advertisements. (Visit website)

TapJoy's incentivised promotion offer wall
TapJoy’s incentivised promotion offer wall

Applifier – Cross promotion app network that lets mobile game developers exchange installs for free. Also runs a CPI network. Works mainly with interstitial ads. (Visit website)

Adduplex - App promotion network that’s focused on the Windows Phone 7 operating system. Based in Helsinki, Finland. (Visit website)

Chartboost – App cross exchange platform that focuses entirely on mobile games. Features free exchanges between developers and a paid CPI network. (Visit website)

TapJoy – Mobile monetisation platform that focuses on incentivised downloads for mobile game developers. Probably the biggest incentivised network around. (Visit website)

SponsorPay – Incentivised mobile ad network, focused on games, that offers rewards for engaging with advertisements. Uses banner ads, interstitials and offer walls. (Visit website)

Appucino - Platform that uses location based marketing to promote videogame apps and brands. Owned by developer Games2Win and based in Mumbai, India. (Visit website)

TapGage – Cross app promotion network that offers free exchanges between developers, as well as a CPC and CPI network. (Visit website)

MauDau – Mobile app cross promotion network focused on games. Also offers app promotion across Facebook. (Visit website)

Ad Dash - App promotion/advertising network that lets developers set-up their a cross promotion ad networks within their own library of apps. (Visit website)

LunarAds - App promotion network that allows users to cross-promote with themselves and other developers for free. Based in Missouri, USA. (Visit website)

Clash Media - Mobile marketing company that offers a cost per download app cross-promotion platform. Based in London, UK. (Visit website)

MiniMob – Free cross promotion network for Android only. Also uses push notification ads. (Visit website)

Flurry - Mobile analytics and app promotion network that offers targeted user acquisition to developers via its AppCircle app recommendation platform. Based in San Francisco, with offices in London and New York. (Visit website)

AppDog - Incentivized app promotion platform that rewards users with free Facebook credits when they download Android or iOS apps. Based in San Francisco, USA. (Visit website)

Playhaven – Mobile game monetisation platform offering a free cross promotion ad network and non-incentivised PPI performance based ad campaigns. (Visit website)

TapGen - Allows developers to promote their apps across a non-incentivized curated app wall, as well as platform that promotes apps while also offering users competitions and special offers. (Visit website)

NativeX – Incentivised cross app promotion network, which also offers mediation and real time bidding. Formally known as W3i. (Visit website)

AppRedeem – Incentivised mobile app network based in San Francisco. Lets users watch video ads for rewards. (Visit website)

Blu-trumpet – App promotion cost per install network based in Toronto Canada, with offices in New York. (Visit website)

Metaps – App promotional networks that uses social media platforms to drive installs. Incentivised and Android only. (Visit website)

An introduction to TapJoy’s incentivised networks

Regional Mobile Ad Networks

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The benefits of picking a regional ad network that focuses on one of more territories are numerous. Advertisers get to benefit from more relevant audiences and potentially much lower costs, while publishers and developers can ensure their users are getting ads tailored to regional tastes, thus increasing click through rates, and apps with a regional skew can potentially benefit from lower user acquisition costs.

Mobfox – European-focused ad network based in Austria. Offers CPC and CPM models, also offers its own ad server and App Boost service. (Visit website)

Sofialys – European mobile ad network and marketing service provider, with offices in Mexico and Singapore. Offers video ads, banner ads and SMS solutions. (Visit website)

Millennial's rich ad unit for Jeep.

Millennial’s rich ad unit for Jeep.

TapTapNetworks – Premium mobile ad network that focuses on the Spanish market and other European territories. Offers rich media ads and advanced targeting. (Visit website)

Hands – Premium mobile ad network that focuses on the Brazilian market. Supports CPC, CPM, banners, rich media and video ads. (Visit website)

Twinpine – Nigeria-based mobile ad network that covers all of West Africa and other African markets, including South Africa. (Visit website)

AdTriple – Spanish mobile ad server provider and mobile ad network. Supports Android, iOS and BlackBerry. Caters mainly to Spanish market. (Visit website)

MobGold – Hong Kong and Asia-targeted mobile ad network. Supports most mobile platforms, including Android, iOS, BlackBerry, Windows Phone and Symbian. (Visit website)

Madvertise – European ad network focused on Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Supports rich media ads, video and CPC/CPM campaigns. (Visit website)

SmartMad – India-based mobile ad network that also serves the Chinese market. Offers banner ads and rich media ads. (Visit website)

Apprupt – Premium mobile ad network focused on the German market. Offers video, banner and interactive ad units. Supports Windows Phone, Android and iOS. (Visit website)

Hunt Mobile Ads – Mobile ad network and publishing platform that specialises in the Spanish-speaking market, covering Mexico, the US, Brazil and much of Latin America. (Visit website)

Mkmob – Mobile ad network based in the Caribbean. Features affiliate programmes, and a range of different ad units. Focuses on Caribbean and Jamaican markets. (Visit website)

Wapstart – Mobile ad network focused on the Russian market. Offers geo-targeting and a network of over 300 publishers. (Visit website)

Cauly – Korean mobile ad server and ad network that’s part of the Korean Future Stream Networks. Serves the Asian and Korean market. (Visit website)

Webmoblink – Self-service mobile ad network that provides a global service but specialises in Latin American markets. Supports click to call and SMS advertising. (Visit website)

Todacell – Israel-based premium mobile ad network. Touts itself as “transparent” letting advertisers know exactly where their ads are going and who they’re targeting. (Visit website)

WooBoo – Chinese mobile ad network that offers mobile banner ads and rich media ads. (Visit website)

Vserv – Mobile ad network based in India that serves the entire Asian market and other emerging markets. Specialises in full-screen J2ME ads. (Visit website)

DoMob – Mobile ad network based in China and claims to be the top Chinese network, with 33 million uniques via 60,000 Chinese apps. (Visit website)

AdFalcon – Mobile ad network based in Jordon and catering to the entire Middle Eastern market. Works with brands such as BMW, Nokia and Nissan.(Visit website)

Adquota – Mobile ad network that focuses on Nordic markets and Baltic markets, including Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Poland. (Visit website)

AdTwirl – Mobile ad network based in Russia. Specialises in performance-based advertising solutions. (Visit website)

Adyuz – Spanish mobile ad network that focuses on premium advertisers and publishers. Works with brands such as Fox and Televisa. (Visit website)

ByPass – Mobile demand side platform based in Japan and focusing on the Japanese market. (Visit website)

AdVine – Premium mobile ad network based in South Africa and focused on African markets. Works with publishers such as EA and IMDb. (Visit website)

Plus 7 – Mobile ad network based in Dubai and serving a number of Middle Eastern markets. Focuses on premium brands and publishers. (Visit website)

A rundown of YOC’s rich media ad units

Specialist Mobile Ad Networks

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In this category we’ve collected mobile ad networks that let you focus efforts on a particular area that may be relevant to your business or your app – such as adult content or finance – or networks that bring a new technology to the table that doesn’t really fit anywhere else, like audio ads or push notification ads.

Pontiflex's cost per lead sign-up ads.

Pontiflex’s cost per lead sign-up ads.

Mobicow – focuses on full-screen ads and also enables monetization of mobile views for online content e.g. WordPress (Visit website)

InstaZebra – offers inventory on the Instagram network in a native format with CPMs below $0.7 (Visit Website)

Senddroid – Android-only mobile ad platform that focuses on delivering ads via the push notfication bar. Claims to deliver $10-$50 CPM via its push ads. (Visit website)

Adultmoda – Mobile ad network that focuses on adult publishers and advertisements. Claims to offer adult publishers the highest payouts in the industry. (Visit website)

LoopMeMedia – Mobile ad platform that works with an “advertising inbox” and aims to deliver more “socially engaging” ad solutions. (Visit website)

SellAring – Israel-based mobile ad networks that focuses entirely on audio ads. Users get delivered ads whenever they make a phone call. (Visit website)

Pontiflex – Ad platform that specialises in ‘sign-up ads,’ which lets users instantly register their interest in a advertiser by clicking on an ad – i.e. Pay per lead. (Visit website)

OnMOBi – Specialist mobile ad network that focuses on the gaming and finance mobile industry. Supports CPC, CPI and CPA and a variety of ad units. (Visit website)

Startapp – Search-based monetisation platform for Android apps. Also uses banner ads and app offer walls. (Visit website)

YouMi – Chinese mobile ad network that uses CPC, CPA and CPM campaigns and a variety of ad units such as banners and rich media. (Visit website)

Reporo – London-based mobile ad network that serves adult publishers and advertisers. Claims to be the biggest adult mobile ad network. (Visit website)

AdFortel – Specialist mobile ad network that focuses on voice ads and music-based ads. Based in the Netherlands. (Visit website)

Airpush – Ad network that specialises in push notification mobile ads. Claims its push ads offer publishers 10-30 times the revenue of banner ads. (Visit website)

Broker.to – Mobile ad network that focuses on adult advertisers and publishers. Owned by Kabuki Media and based in Hong Kong. (Visit website)

Star Advertising – Mobile ad network that’s focused on the entertainment industry. Based in Europe. (Visit website)

Warply – Mobile ad network that focuses on push notification advertisements. Based in Greece. (Visit website)

Promotional video for xAd’s location-based ad network

Location-Based Mobile Ad Networks

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Location-based ad networks are platforms focused on providing hyper local ad solutions to advertisers and publishers, so advertisers can target their ads to as close as 100 meters of any location. The benefits to local businesses are obvious, allowing advertisers to truly leverage the portability of mobile devices. Hyper local targeting is also a great idea if you’re a developer with an app that’s very likely to be used in certain locations, such as in shopping areas, or focused on particular cities or regions.

Yoose – Mobile ad network that focuses on “hyper local” ads and GPS, cell-tower triangulation, technology. Allows advertisers to deliver local offers to users. (Visit website)

ThinkNear – Mobile ad network that focuses on localised ad solutions and geo-targeting. Says it can target within 100 meters. Works on a CPM basis. (Visit website)

Xad – Focuses on location-based mobile advertising, with an emphasis on local businesses and targeted search solutions. Uses CPC and CPL models. (Visit website)

Placeplay – Ad network that specialises in geo-location targeting and mobile games. However, it current says its not accepting additional apps or developers. (Visit website)

Verve – US-based and focused mobile ad platform that lets advertisers target local ads. Claims over 3500 publishers on its network. (Visit website)

JWire – Works with premium advertisers to deliver local-targeted ads. Based in the US with offices in New York and San Francisco. (Visit website)

CityGrid - US-based geo-location mobile ad network. Claims to work with over one million local businesses. (Visit website)

LSN Mobile – Offers a local mobile ad network and a range of mobile marketing services. Based in the US. (Visit website)

YP – Local mobile ad platform that’s based in the US. Uses coupons, local search engines and user ratings to power its solutions. (Visit website)

PayPal Media Network – PayPal’s geo targeted local mobile ad network. Used to be WHERE until it was bought out. (Visit website)

Millennial Media shows off its interactive ad for Call of Duty

Rich Media and Video Networks

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Rich media ads basically mean mobile ads that are more immersive or interactive than regular banner ads. They could take the form of full video ads, which are streamed before an app starts, or after a user clicks on a banner. They could be animated full screen ads, or even interactive mini-games. Rich media ad networks are always developing new and innovative units with the primary aim of driving engagement with users. Given the limitations of mobile, rich media innovations are essential in order to maximise the effectiveness of ads.

AdColony – Premium mobile ad network that focuses on video ads. Works with its own proprietary ‘Instant-Play HD’ technology to deliver hi-def pre-roll video ads. (Visit website)

Mojiva – Premium mobile ad network supporting rich media ads. Also offers publishers a self-service solution to help cut down costs. CPC, CPM and Pay Per Call supported. (Visit website)

GreyStripe – Claims to be the largest brand focused ad network in the US. Focuses mainly on video and rich media via its own RevMax ad platform. (Visit website)

Zumobi – US-based premium mobile ad network that focuses on rich media ads. Works across Android, iOS and mobile web. (Visit website)

KomliMobile – Performance-based global mobile ad network. Offers highly targeted ads, rich media ads and its own mobile ad server. (Visit website)

Mobsta – UK based mobile network offering rich media ads and video ads. Also offers geo-location ads via Yoose. (Visit website)

Vdopia – Premium mobile ad network that focuses on mobile video ads for big brands. Based in the US. (Visit website)

Rhythm – Premium mobile ad network that focuses on video ads and other rich media ads. Works with big brands such as Ford, NBC and Fox. (Visit website)

AppTV – Mobile and smart TV ad network focusing on video ads. Guarantees a 100% fill rate and feedback systems for your audience. (Visit website)

ClickAttack – Rich media mobile ad network focused on the Eastern European market. Works with brands such as Coca Cola and McDonalds. (Visit website)

Mobicow – Rich media mobile ad network based in Canada. Focuses on delivering full screen ad units. (Visit website)

Specialist network Reporo demos its spinning banner units

Mobile Buying Platforms and DSPs

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Mobile RTB platforms and DSPs can give advertisers a huge amount of transparency and control over their ad buying and lower the barriers of entry, allowing everyone from big brands to small developers to get in on the action. DSPs give you the ability to run ads across multiple networks to help maximise your return on investment, get the most reach possible, and tailor your targeting to very precise levels.

LeanMarket – Mobile ad buying platform that uses RTV and exchanges. Completely self-service and says it has no minimum spend on buying. (Visit website)

Infographic from app cross promotional network AppFlood

Infographic from app cross promotional network AppFlood

HumanDemand – Mobile self-service global DSP that offers full transparency and access to inventory from RTB platforms and exchanges. Aimed at advertisers on a budget. (Visit website)

AdiQuity – RTB platform focusing on the Asian market and India in particular. Offers banners and text ads and a choice of CPC and CPM campaigns. (Visit website)

AdMarvel – RTB platform owned by Opera Software. Works with devs and agencies to help optimise inventory and revenue. US-focused. (Visit website)

TapIt – Mobile DSP solution focusing on premium publishers and developers, and brand performance. Supports rich media and video formats. (Visit website)

StrikeAd – One of the bigger mobile-focused DSPs out there with a wide-range of exchange and network partners, and is geared more towards bigger advertisers and agencies. (Visit website)

MadAdz – Global DSP with offices in the UK and Germany. Offers access to a number of mobile ad networks include admob and adultmoda. (Visit website)

MetaResolver -Mobile DSP that focuses on big data, programmatic buying and algorithmic optimisation. (Visit website)

AdsMobi – Mobile DSP that claims to access more than 30 billion ad requests in more than 230 countries. Also runs an app promotion service called Push App. (Visit website)

Plethora – Mobile DSP that works with brands, agencies and developers, giving them the option to buy on a CPM, CPC or CPI basis. (Visit website)

MoPub – App monetisation platform that offers mobile RTB, direct ad selling and ad exchange. Based in san Francisco. (Visit website)

Fiksu – Mobile marketing company that offers ‘Fiksu for Mobile Apps’ – a DSP that helps app developers acquire loyal users. (Visit website)

Mobclix – Mobile real time bidding ad exchange owned by Velti and based in California. (Visit website)

Rubicon – advertising technology company that recent launched a mobile solution via its real time REVV trading platform. (Visit website)

MdotM – Claims to have the biggest mobile demand side platform on the market. Performance-driven and focused on boosting downloads for app developers on iOS and Android platforms. (Visit website)

Trademob – Acts as single buying point across multiple ad networks, exchanges and sources and applies optimization using data to the media buy. (Visit website)

Smaato – Ad monetisation platform that uses RTB and ad mediation to help more than 58,000 app developers maximise their mobile app inventory. (Visit website)

WDA – Offers a range of services including RTB media buying for advertisers. WDA says that its mobile DSP is built from the ground-up with mobile in mind. (Visit website)

Adgoi – Real time bidding platform based in India but serving a global market. (Visit website)

AdRose – Global mobile advertising market place that works with a number of leading ad networks. (Visit website)

Adtheorent – Mobile RTB platform based in New York. Works with brands such as Coca Cola and NBC. (Visit website)

Juice Mobile – Claims to be Canada’s first mobile RTB platform. Focused on Canadian market and works with brands such as Bell and Meredith. (Visit website)

Go2Mobi – Mobile demand side platform focused on mobile games and lead generation. Based in Canada. (Visit website)

SmobiAd – Mobile RTB network based in Hungary and working with a number of network such as Buzz City, MobFox and Jumptap. (Visit website)

StrikeAd describes its demand side platform

Mobile Ad Servers

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Mobile ad servers can give publishers complete control over their inventory. Some servers let you set up direct deals with advertisers, so you can pretty much cut out the middle man, or run your own ads so you can cross promote, while others let you choose ads from a variety of ad networks. Ad servers are a great tool to complement other ad solutions and fill-up vacant inventory.

Burstly – Offers publishers the ability to create their own ad storefronts and sell direct to advertisers. Also offers internet cross promotion platform. (Visit website)

Mocean – Mobile ad server based in the US that integrates with over 70 different mobile ad networks. Supports rich media ads and CPA, CPC and CPM campaigns. (Visit website)

Adwhirl – Open source mobile ad server from Admob. Offers hosted and self-hosted options and lets devs serve ads from any ad network from a single SDK. (Visit website)

Epom – Ad server and premium ad network that lets publishers do direct deals with advertisers. CPC and CPM supported.  (Visit website)

mAdserve – Mobile ad server from ad network MobFox. Based in Vienna, Austria. (Visit website)

Inneractive – Mobile ad server that integrates with over 100 mobile monetisation platforms from a single SDK. (Visit website)

AdMeld – Supply side platform from Google-owned Admeld that supports mobile RTB. (Visit website)

Adinch – Self service mobile platform and ad server that lets developers connect to a number of different networks. Based in US. (Visit website)

Definiti Media – Mobile ad server and mobile advertising exchange based in Tel Aviv, Israel. (Visit website)

Premium network 4th Screen Advertising shows off its ad for Madagascar 3

Mobile Affiliate Networks

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Mobile affiliate networks offer a performance based model, usually encompassing cost per action and cost per lead models. These networks work with advertisers to figure out their goals and and they won’t charge an advertiser unless a user fills out a form, signs up to a service or buys a product etc, resulting in less risk. Publishers get a much stronger fill rate, which lets them fill inventory left from CPC or CPM networks.

 

Tapgerine - Mobile CPI and CPA based affiliate network offering a range offers across dating, games and apps with daily and bi-weekly payouts (Visit Website)

Yeahmobi - Global performance based mobile affiliate network focus on affiliates. Offers to share profitable campaigns with affiliates to help them make money. (Visit website)

Matomy - Mobile performance network that offer a wide global reach and access to 5000 plus mobile offers. (Visit website)

Mobpartner - The original mobile affiliate program offering world class technology and settlements and huge range of offers (Visit Website)

Brusmedia – Mobile performance network that offers CPI-based campaigns across a network of publishers for iOS and Android. Works on Facebook too. (Visit website)

Impact-Mobi – Global mobile performance network which offers CPL, CPI and CPA based models on a highly transparent basis. (Visit website)

KissMyAds – Global mobile ad network that’s based in Germany and focuses mainly on the CPA model. (Visit website

888Media – Mobile affiliate network based in the UK. Works with big brands such as Disney, Ford and GM. (Visit website)

Moolah Media - Mobile CPA and CPL network with a range of integrations for mobile offers including in the Android messaging system. (Visit website)

Mobaff - Invite only CPA network, with outstanding training, resources and affiliate support. (Visit website)

Admobix - CPA network that runs a range of high payout and converting offers across multiple international markets. (Visit website)

Linking Mobile - UK based network with a range of high quality programs with high payouts – high quality brands and merchants. (Visit website)

Sponsormob- Established mobile CPA network with high quality offers including pay per call and a strong tech platform. (Visit website)

Linking Mobile - UK based network with a range of high quality programs with high payouts – high quality brands and merchants. (Visit website)

Neverblue Mobile - The mobile division of the leading affiliate and performance network Neverblue. (Visit website)

Offermobi Mobile performance network that runs a range of mobile offers, coming from more of an online affiliate approach. (Visit website)

Mobile Cactus - A specialist mobile CPA network based in the US. Works with ComScore, ADT and Mobile Xpression. (Visit website)

Mobilda - Israeli mobile affiliate network run by a larger online marketing – have some strong branded offers. (Visit website)

Mobaff gives its top tips for affiliates looking to get into mobile

 

Premium Mobile Ad Networks

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Premium ad networks differ from blind ad networks, as they give advertisers access to a select number of vetted publishers, and they allow publishers to only receive ads from brands they like. Premium networks are therefore typically used by big brands that want to ensure their ads are being associated with the right apps and sites. For publishers this can mean higher revenues and for advertisers much better quality traffic.

YOC Group – Mobile tech group that offers an ad-network encompassing performance and premium ads. Claims to be biggest premium mobile ad network in Europe. (Visit website)

4th Screen Advertising – Focuses on delivering premium ads via publishers such as The Guardian and ITN. Works with CPC and CPM and is based in the UK. (Visit website)

Mobile Theory – Premium mobile ad network that supports iOS, Android and BlackBerry. Works with advertisers that pay premium CPMs for brand building placements. (Visit website)

Microsoft Mobile Advertising – Premium mobile ad network from Microsoft. Lets advertisers use MS’ Bing search engine to deliver mobile search ads, as well as video ads, CPI and SMS ads. (Visit website)

Aarki – Premium mobile ad network that offers rich media and interactive interstitials as well as a global variety of sites and apps advertisers can partner with. (Visit website)

Widespace – Premium mobile ad network focused on the European market. Offers its own unique ad formats that it claims facilitates better engagement among users. (Visit website)

MobileFuse – Premium mobile ad network with a “rigorous” publisher selection process. Caters mainly to the US market and offers a range of rich media formats. (Visit website)

A-Mo-Bee Premium mobile ad network and mobile ad technology company that offers a wide range of solutions. (Visit website)

Maddict – Premium mobile ad network focused on the Middle Eastern market. Covers Saudi Arabia, UAE and Jordan among others. (Visit website)

Smart Device Media – Premium mobile display advertising network. Based in New York with global reach. (Visit website)

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Mobile Advertising Networks Directory 2013 by mobyaffiliates