i have been using mobilecore since 3 weeks, my game got some traffic from UK and here’s my stats (in their dashboard you can know your stats for each country so these stats are only for UK)
mobilecore pays per install not per click but if we calculate it per click then i’m getting 2$ from each click from UK
don’t forget that not all clicks are converted to installs so they pay higher than 2$ per install from UK
if you have good traffic in UK then mobilecore is the best option for interstitial ads…
note: i just wanted to share my experience with them you don’t have to sign up using my referral link…
its not impossible , what is seem impossible is 187$ from 92 clicks but it happens
number of impressions in my game is 2/3 of total users and placed well so people think they are part of the game and not ads
I still don’t understand…are they paying per install? or per clicks?
If they are paying per install and you only use intertitials (for example)…do they pay the same to the users showing intertitials 1-2 times a day at app launch, than the users showing the intertitials every time at app launch?
or do they pay per install if you use the icon ad and per click using interstitials?
If i understand correctly, its a like a CPA network (cost per action). In this scenario, it works on pay per install basis but its all tied down to CPM so you don’t know what was the original PPI rate. Say, they are showing ads for candy crush saga which typically pays for around $1.25++ per install so if you get those installs they will give you a revshare but in the form of eCPM rather than per conversion.
Its a bit difficult to understand if you have never worked in affiliate marketing
forget about the icon ad, they will remove them because of the new policy, for the offer wall they pay per install but installs are not shown in the dashboard, they show only clicks which not all of them will be converted to installs so if i get 2$ per click from usa (as i see in the dashboard) then im actually get more than 2$ from each install (from UK) and thats great if you compare it to other ad networks.