Banner ads are mobile advertisements that occupy a specific location in your app layout. They stay on the screen while the user interacts with your app and can be refreshed automatically after a set period of time. If you’re new to mobile advertising, banner ads are an excellent place to start. The AdMob guide provides easy-to-follow instructions on how to integrate banner ads into your app, including code snippets, instructions on banner sizing, and links to additional resources.

Custom HTML option allows you to input an image or text that shows up on the banner

You can add your banner text to any site. It adapts to various screen sizes and is not visible in search engine results. Your banner text does not appear in search engine results, but you can control the font, size and style of the text. You should consider using alt text when adding an image to your banner. This option also works with images, but they will be cropped to different browser widths.

The Custom HTML option allows you to input an image, a text, or both. You can change the size of the image in pixels, set it to automatically adjust, or reset it back to the default. You can also specify the border and HSpace/VSpace for the image, which are equivalent to padding around the image. Make sure to use these options carefully, since they can change the appearance of your banner.

Reward video requires mediation SDK

OpenMediation Rewarded Video is a powerful advertising unit that rewards users for completed views. The OpenMediation SDK fires several events to inform developers of successful ad views. To get started, you must first set up a Delegate. This object is called a Delegate and is used to notify developers of certain events, such as a video view completed. Using the SDK, you can set up the Delegate before loading ads.

AdMob offers rewarded video ads in its Unity plugin. Rewarded video ads are served to more than 200 countries through AdMob. Publishers who want to integrate them into their own apps must use mediation to achieve this. Rewarded video ads provide a positive user experience for both the publisher and user. The ads are delivered at the perfect time, which benefits the publisher and user. In some cases, you can also set a frequency cap for a specific video.

Smart banner is a fully customizable ad format

If you are looking for a customizable ad format for your app, you may be interested in smart banner for Android and iOS. Banner ads are simple to implement and fit well with single-screen and casual games. They offer maximum ad exposure without interfering with the game experience. Banner ads refresh automatically at a rate optimized by historical data, which ensures your ads always remain fresh. In addition, Smart banner automatically adjusts to the size of the screen and is compatible with different orientations.

One of the biggest challenges in the process of serving ads is determining the proper size for the ad. Standard banners must be stretched to fit all screen sizes, which makes them unattractive and undermines the credibility of the campaign. Smart banner is designed to provide a balance of eye-catching content without distracting the user experience. Smart banners can also adjust the height to match the size of the screen, which makes it possible to serve ads across various sizes and orientations of devices.

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