Mobile App Ad Revenue Features
What Are Mobile App Ad Revenue Features and How do They Help Your Business? There are a few ways to earn money with your mobile apps. The first is to list your app for a fee on app stores like iBuildApp, iTunes and the Google Play Store. The second way is to activate ads so that whenever users visit your mobile app they can click through if they are interested. Once you start building your audience, you earn money every time people use your app. This helps your business, by creating an additional revenue stream for all the work you put into making your mobile app. It’s particularly helpful for app developers who design apps that are offered for free on the app stores, since you can make money once you build a large following that downloads your app quite a bit. Even people such as bloggers like to use the free ad features from iBuildApp to generate income with minimal maintenance after the app is created. How Can You Incorporate and Use Ad Revenue Features in Your Mobile App? Step 1 Start by logging into your iBuildApp account or creating an account if you are a new user.
Step 2 Choose a mobile app template if you haven’t started building your mobile app, or click on your name in the upper left hand corner if you have. Select the My Apps option to view the apps you are currently working on. This gives you your current apps in a list format on the next page.
Step 3 Find the app you want to modify, and select the Monetize button to open up the area for including ads and making money on your mobile app. In order to monetize your mobile app you must have a Basic, Business or Enterprise/Agency Account with iBuildApp.
Step 4 You have four options for placing ads in your mobile app and generating revenue from this placement. The first option is for No Advertisements, which is automatically selected by default. If you want to keep your mobile app ad-free, leave this tab checked off.
Step 5 The second ad option is the iAd tab, which delivers media-rich advertisements for the iOS system. So, Android apps will not see these ads in the interface. Keep in mind that anyone who wants these ads delivered to their app needs to join the iOS Developer Program and the iAd Network. If you would like to learn more about the iAd Network and how to get all setup to start making money with your app, go to this link. Click here to sign up and learn more about the AdMob interface. It’s quite intuitive and works great with iBuildApp. Once you get setup with an AdMob account you can find the Publisher ID by navigating to the upper right hand corner of your AdMob dashboard.
Step 7 The final option for serving up ads to your mobile app is the HTML editor, which lets you create your own custom ad. This is ideal if you want to promote one of your own products through your app or just redesign an ad you are currently showing to make it more desirable to click on. Type in your Target URL for where people will be redirected to when they click on the ad. Design an ad with the editor, or even ask a designer to build one for you. Keep in mind that the ad must remain in the 320×50 px size. This editor is similar to a WordPress editor for you bloggers out there. Once you decide on the type of ads you want to show on your mobile app, click on the Save button to finalize the process.