Amazon guarantees $1.50 CPM banner ads in Amazon Mobile Ad Network for March, April

Amazon guarantees $1.50 CPM banner ads in Amazon Mobile Ad Network for March, April

Amazon’s latest promotion hopes to ensnare new apps and games

Listen up Android developers! Amazon just announced a really great revenue opportunity for those who have yet to take advantage of the Amazon Mobile Ads API. Indeed, you’ll be able to earn $1.50 for every 1,000 ad impressions delivered in March and April.

Existing apps already sending ad requests do not qualify. Existing developers who integrate the Amazon Mobile Ads API into another app for the first time will qualify. Qualifying apps may be distributed through other Android stores as long as they are distributed through Amazon.

First launched in 2013, the SDK helps developers monetize their apps with ad partners such as Duracell and Philips. If you’re a developer looking to boost your earnings, be sure to check out the tools available today. To qualify for the guaranteed earnings you’ll need to have your ad deliver its first impression between February 3rd and April 30th. Do note that this is for new apps that have yet to employ the API’s.

Read the full details at Amazon’s developer blog.

 

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