Minimob now accepts bitcoin payments. So, if you wish to fund your campaigns using bitcoins, that’s all right with us!
Make sure you are logged in the Minimob platform and then head for the Billing menu at the Advertise dashboard. Under the New Payment section, you’ll notice that it now includes bitcoin as a payment method. To make a payment using bitcoins, just click on the bitcoin logo. At the popup that will be displayed, enter the amount you wish to transfer from your bitcoin wallet. The corresponding credits are automatically calculated (based on the current exchange rate) and displayed. To proceed, select Request Payment Details and follow the onscreen instructions for completing the payment. If you have Bitcoin Wallet on your smartphone, you can speed up the process by scanning the QR code that is presented.
That’s it! Your Minimob account is promptly credited with the amount you specified and your campaigns can now run using the credits from the bitcoins that you transferred.
Minimob now supports GAID for Android devices and IDFA/IFA for iOS devices, which enable accurate control over tracking and targeting while circumventing privacy concerns for mobile device users (GAID and IDFA/IFM are the unique, user-specific, anonymous and resettable identifiers for advertising purposes that have been established by Android and Apple, respectively). In addition, as it has become a rather common practice for affiliates to assign unique ids to each of their traffic sources, Minimob has recently been equipped with the ability to collect such information from our supply side affiliates, and utilize it. READ MORE
Minimob provides its users with the ability to customize the tracking and postback URLs in order to support different conversion scenarios and to better adapt to the particular needs of each user.
Read on to find out how to draw on minimob’s extended tracking and postback capabilities. READ MORE
The minimob offervault api enables you to automatically import offers to your system so you can serve them with your preferred ad serving technology platform. READ MORE
The release of our new SDK (version 2.05) has brought a few changes in the steps needed to successfully integrate the SDK in an app. While only marginal, caution is required to avoid any mishaps. Please make sure you use the new instructions to avoid any issues and make sure ads are properly served. READ MORE
Many developers use a different package name for each store where their app is available for download. This makes it easier to track app performance and respond to changes in the advertising and distribution policies of each app store. However, this is not always the case and there are many who prefer the simplicity of having the same package name for an app regardless of source. READ MORE
The Social Networking world we inhabit minute-by-minute appears to be a little confused at present, for example displaying its Yin-Yang relationship with the topic of Push Notifications.
Certainly if twitter is anything to go by, a quick search on the keyword [Push Notifications] throws-up quite a mix of feedback or dare we say “emotions”, feelings that developers would do well to pay attention to when thinking about their contact policy. READ MORE
THEY SAY there are two sides to every story and true enough, it look’s like there are some different plot lines developing in the fast-evolving world of “push notifications”.
Now, as illustrious a journal as the Harvard Business Review recently issued a blog-post entitled “Don’t Let Mobile Apps Get Pushy” by Richard Ting — which has created a foment of response and extended the debate for those pioneering the PUSH industry. READ MORE