Advertiser Platform

What is the difference between Ad Requests, Ads Served and Impressions?

Ad Requests: the total number of requests received by the Mobfox server from your end, regardless to whether or not an ad was displayed or returned.   Read more...

How do I start using MobFox?

Creating a Campaign   1 – Create a Campaign To get started with buying traffic on the MobFox Advertiser Platform, you first have to create a Read more...

Ad Units

The Ad Unit Creation page allows you to create Banner Ads, Video Ads, and Native ads through a simple interface, and also allows for more advanced ad Read more...

Targeting

Home › Advertiser Platform › Targeting Targeting When setting up an ad group for your campaign, the MobFox Advertiser Platform allows you to Read more...

API Examples

Sample API Calls You can find examples for both Click_ID as well as device identifier based Conversion Tracking API Calls below. Example API Call - CLICK_ Read more...

Matomy Mobit tracking

Following the purchase of MobFox by Matomy we now have access to other tracking software. If specifically asked by your Sales contact or Account Manager Read more...

Reporting

The MobFox Advertiser Platform provides extensive reporting capabilities that allow you to analyze and break your campaign performance down by a wide Read more...

Ad Approvals

In order to maintain a level of quality on the MobFox Exchange and it's supply partners, we require each creative to be approved by our ad operations Read more...

Adding Funds

Before you can start running campaigns on the MobFox Advertiser Platform, it is required that you add funds to your MobFox account.   To top up your Read more...

Conversion Tracking API

API URL and GET/POST Parameters You can call the MobFox Conversion tracking API URL using either GET or POST as the request method. Depending on the type Read more...

Optimizing Performance

The MobFox Advertiser Platform allows you to analyze your campaign's performance on multiple levels and optimize your campaign in real-time through Read more...