MoPub, a Twitter company, provides monetization solutions for mobile app publishers and developers around the globe. Our flexible network mediation solution, leading mobile programmatic exchange, and years of expertise in mobile app advertising mean publishers trust us to help them maximize their ad revenue and control their user experience.
MoPub connects mobile publishers with the demand that matters. Over 180 demand-side platforms (DSPs) can compete with mobile ad networks on MoPub Marketplace to drive the highest price for every ad impression.
With our free and flexible mediation solution, mobile publishers can work with the partners of their choice. Our flexible mediation system allows publishers to target the right inventory with the right network partner, based on each publisher’s unique business goals.
MoPub’s robust ad serving tools, interface, and analytics provide the control, transparency, and flexibility developers need to power their revenue strategies. Our world-class service drives results at each step.
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Connect to programmatic at HybridConf '17. Don't miss MoPub's Tarika Soni speaking about the benefits of programmatic video ads.
Half of all digital media usage time in the U.S. is now spent in mobile apps. That’s a staggering percentage, and one that digital buyers and sellers certainly can’t ignore. MoPub’s Director of Professional Services, Casie Jordan, recently took the stage at AdExchanger’s Programmatic I/O conference in New York City to share three key best practices for mobile app programmatic advertising for both buyers and sellers; read on for highlights, and catch the full video of Casie’s session. read more
Leading Japanese utility app Clipbox integrated MoPub after seeing revenue through ad networks start to stagnate. MoPub's effective network mediation combined with increased competition from programmatic demand on MoPub Marketplace resulted in a 30% increase in revenue for Clipbox. Learn more in our new case study, available below in English, Japanese, and Korean. read more