Check if the users have installed the ads?? HOW?>

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  1. nichlaspro macrumors member

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    Hi!

    I am going to use the advertisement network AppLovin...

    They basically pays u for installs...

    But how can i check if the user has installed the ad????

    Please!

    THANKS!

    -Nichlas
     
  2. dejo Moderator

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    Maybe ask AppLovin how their network works?... :confused:
     
  3. nichlaspro thread starter macrumors member

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    Best ideal ever!;)

    I Will try...

    Thanks!
     
  4. nichlaspro thread starter macrumors member

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    Buttt I got no idea where to contact them...I can only finds way to read some stuff they have written...

    Please help....
     
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    Maybe give AppLovin's Contact Us a try. (I found this link on the bottom of every page I visited on their website.)
     
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    Seems like a good plan to try their website :D
    http://blog.applovin.com
    or
    https://applovin.com/about

    But, if a user has installed the app, and uses it, then that's when you would see results. Unless I'm mistaken, results is your goal - installing the apps is just one step for the user.
     
  7. nichlaspro thread starter macrumors member

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    Thanks!!!!!!!! But I don't know which mail to use to contact and ask them about that..??
     
  8. DeltaMac macrumors 604

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    I think you will get your answer if you contact sales.

    But - it's a small company, so you could likely contact anyone at the company, and your question will get routed to whoever can help you
    At least, that's my theory about how any company should work.
    In any case, you could choose any random contact at the company - either it is good, or not.
     
  9. JohnsonK macrumors regular

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    What do you mean? Have you checked their contact us section? Dejo linked it for you
     
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    If you sent the same email to all (every email address that you could find), then - yes, I can see how would be annoying (to the company :rolleyes: )

    Oh wait - hasn't it been only yesterday (at most two days) since you contacted the company? How does that get to 4 days, when at most 2 days have elapsed.
    Now - try to relax, and wait patiently for the contact process to happen :D
     
  14. nichlaspro thread starter macrumors member

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    It was 4 days because I did send to all the emails from the contact thing before I started this thread
     
  15. DeltaMac macrumors 604

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    SO, your older post was, shall we say - inaccurate?
    Anyway - I think if you email the sales link again - you should hear something back.
    Emailing everyone on the contact list would likely be counter-productive for you.
     
  16. nichlaspro thread starter macrumors member

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    Thanks, but i'll just w8:((

    And it's hard to explain............ Don't hate me;-)
     
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    "The key to everything is patience. You get the chicken by hatching the egg, not by smashing it." - Arnold H. Glasow
     
  18. kage207 macrumors 6502a

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    I fell like you changed your question.

    How the ad networks work, such as AppLovin, gives you credit when a user downloads an app from your ad. This is tracked when. A user requests a download and in the request contains your API key. You do not need to keep track of it. Usually you can check on your control page to see how many installs you get.

    Otherwise, if you don't trust them to keep count correctly, maybe you shouldn't use them as an Ad Servcie Provider.

    They most likely have a framework you have to use and pass a key into the framework so they can serve ads.
     

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