Game development · Advertising

What are the best ad networks to promote online games?

Missy Miller Head of Growth at LiveBreathRight

January 15th, 2016

Looking to get more traction to my online gaming website and was curious what are the best ad networks to help promote my game? What are some ad networks others would recommend using and why?


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Ravindra Prajapati Founder, Game designer, Producer, Business Advertiser.

March 11th, 2017

Best way is to promote your website on social platforms to get more user traction.


-Post blogs on top websites with your services and gaming.

-Submit your games and your website's link to review sites.

-Invite people to your websites for free testing/make events to attract users on your site.

-Make videos with your team, upload on your website and share those videos on social platforms but keep in mind videos must be compelling and short time like 20-45 seconds.


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Steven T.A. Carter

January 15th, 2016

SEO is your friend. Ad networks are a tough game to throw money at. The cheaper one's will have bad quality and the really good one's probably won't fit into your budget. I say this because if you don't know what you are doing, you can spend yourself into an early death for your business. 

Is your website casual games? Are they flash based or html5? I can probably help point you to some folks that might be able to help you out. I have been in the ad network game for 15 years and have helped build some of the largest ad networks in existence from very early stages. Feel free to private message me if you'd like to talk about this in more depth. 

Anonymous

January 15th, 2016

This is a question that should be asked and answered prior to production: Who is your audience? What's the "market platform" of users? Who's your intended target demographics for this game? 
Answers to above questions will determine where you should advertise (if even needed).