Woobi

In-Game Advertising & Monetization Solutions

(2 reviews)

(2 reviews)

Woobi is an in game advertising company, specializing in the development of native advertising and monetization solutions for desktop, social and mobile games.

  • Our new groundbreaking patent pending technology – DMA (Dynamic Mindset Advertising), is all about displaying the right content to the right user while in the right mindset, thus determining not only which content to display to whom and when, but just as important when not to display an ad as to not interrupt the user’s experience.
  • When Applying DMA to in game advertising we see not only an increase in engagement rates and conversion rates but also find that it prolongs the users’ game play session and has a great impact on the user׳s life time value.

Woobi Info

Platforms:Adobe Air, Android, Corona, Desktop, HTML5, IOS, Marmalade, Mobile Web, Unity
Types:Mobile Ad Network
Models:CPA, CPD, CPE, CPI, CPL, CPV
Ad Formats:In-App, Interstitial, Offer Wall, Video
Key Markets:Asia, Eastern Europe, Latin America, Middle East, USA
Targeting:Audience, Carrier, OS
Trading Models:Fully Managed. Self Service
Tracking:ADX, API, Kochava, Mobile App Tracking, Pixel, Post-Back, SDK, Tune

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They are not longer paying

This company used to offer a great deal for publishers and now after 6 months waiting, they are not longer paying. I have been waiting for months to get a reply from them, they just keep saying to send invoice to finance, but they just are buying time. Or they are the worst scammers or they are running out of money. If you're a publisher, do not work with them, there are better options.

Horrible Partner

Has been over 7 months waiting for payments from them! They will bounce you between emails and account managers and delay as much possible to make the payment. At this time they stopped replying and their are not longer active on their website. They just probably run out of money. This is really upsetting and very disrespectful for the industry.