Multiple ad networks on Android

As an Android developer you know that including ads in your apps is one of the major sources of monetization (when combined with in-app purchases, these methods account for more revenue than paid apps). But there’s a myriad of ad networks out there making a developer’s life harder (more SDKs, more coding, more tuning). On top of this, what works for one region and ad network could be useless in other regions – and what works for a specific segment of your audience in terms of ad conversions can be a disaster for other segments.

You don’t want to turn ad tweaking in your app into a full time job.

Fortunately, with the Kii Ads SDK you can support multiple ad networks within your app out-of-the-box. The process involves just a few steps:

  1. Create an app on the Kii Developer console
  2. Set up Kii Ads
  3. Configure your Android project to include the Kii Ads SDK
  4. Include code in your project to support the ad networks that you’re interested in

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I hope that after looking at the steps required, you now feel more comfortable working with the Kii Ads SDK and understand some of its features and capabilities.

Stay tuned for our next Android post that will show how to do advanced, powerful analytics in your app with just a few lines of code.

For more information check out the Ads SDK Quickstart in our Android documentation. You can get up to speed with Kii Cloud following the Android Guide and the Android Quickstart pages.

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