What is the best ad network? If it was only that easy....

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All ad networks have their ups and downs. They'll have a good campaign, then it will end, then later they'll get another, and so on. It's best to have multiple networks and mediate them. That way you get the benefit of the ups, and can mitigate the downs.

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16th August 2018, 03:50 PM |#2  
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4th June 2020, 06:40 PM |#3  
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There are best ad networks depending on the specific KPI. For example, for fill rates Admob is one of the best options.

Ad network mediation does help in fill the gaps from various ad networks.

Also serving ads from different formats on the same placement can also help in mitigating each network's issues without the need to mediate multiple ad networks.

You might want to checkout 'SDK X - GreedyGame'.
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