With myTracker, you now have access to detailed analytics and ad revenue attribution on AdMob, a global ad monetization platform.
Gathering and analysing ad costs have never been easier with myTracker's single interface. A real time saver, it will spare you the effort of downloading data manually from multiple sources to consolidate into a spreadsheet. All needed data are already in myTracker. All it takes is specifying the ad rates, and you gain insight into your overall ad costs and key performance metrics such as ROI and ARPU.
At myTracker, we often encounter fraud in mobile ads, and today we're going to talk about how to detect it and protect your budget. Mobile fraud is rampant in advertising, affecting any and all mobile app owners who seek to promote their product and attract users.
It seems to be common knowledge that retaining a customer is cheaper than attracting one. New research on retention tools and their importance for business is published every year, but the exact mechanisms are often left out. Let us walk you through it.
A new Fraud Scanner tool by myTracker analyzes app installs for fraud by a large number of parameters and marks those that it considers fraudulent. This allows users to protect their application from unscrupulous advertising platforms and partners, thus significantly saving the advertising budget.
The ad platforms team at My.Games is responsible for monetizing and acquiring new users on gaming titles such as WarRobots, Hustle Castle, HAWK: Freedom Squadron and Left to Survive. In our new article we asked them to share how the team managed to significantly increase ROI and scale campaigns using LTV predictions by myTracker.
At WWDC, Apple announced that iOS 14, which is expected to be launched this September, will change the approach to handling the Identifier For Advertisers (IDFA). According to the new rules, all applications will have to request user consent before sending their data to advertising platforms.
With myTracker, you can now count your revenues from different ad formats with a breakdown by devices and even by users. These advertising revenue streams have been added to the Report Constructor section of the tracker.
From now on, ad revenue will also be displayed as a separate dimension of the ARPU and LTV metrics. You will no longer have to make the calculation by yourself, which required consolidating several revenue sources, as you can now just view the total revenue generated by your app (breakdown by income type should be disabled).