ThinkNear is a mobile ad network that focuses on providing highly localised and sophisticated mobile ad targeting for advertisers.  Thinknear enables advertisers to reach people based on where they are, what they’re doing and what’s around them; and also allows highly-specific targeting options. Thinknear claims to increase mobile ad performance by more that 16% over the industry average, thanks to targeting ads based on where and what people are doing.

Thinknear can target within 100m based on appending geo and location data to mobile advertising.  Impressions are bought on a real time basis so every impression is targeted – leading to more effective and efficient inventory.   Ads are sold on a CPM basis. Thinknear works with leading data providers and ad exchanges and networks.
  • Access the largest global hyper-local inventory, with precision targeting of up to 100m within any location
  • Situational targeting to ensure relevant customer engagement
  • Compatible with most 3rd party ad servers
  • Supports rich media

ThinkNear Info

Platforms:Android, IOS
Types:Mobile Ad Network
Ad Formats:Banners, Rich Media
Key Markets:Global, United States
Targeting:GPS, Local
Trading Models:Real Time Bidding

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