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TMCNet:  TapContext A Contextual And Mobile Ad Network Opens To A Closed Beta

[February 08, 2013]

TapContext A Contextual And Mobile Ad Network Opens To A Closed Beta

Feb 08, 2013 ( via COMTEX) -- TapContext currently has it's doors open to a closed beta and is looking for developers of Android applications to join the beta group.

TapContext's unique contextual ad targeting maximizes both the advertiser's results and user's experience - allowing them to provide the highest payouts of any Android ad network. Many networks tout their earnings per CPM ($eCPM) without telling how many impressions can be expected, thus rendering the $eCPM number meaningless.

TapContext was built by developers and marketers who understand the importance of quantifiable metrics ("How much do I make per download of my app from the Google Play store "). Developers can earn between 5-10¢, or even more, for downloads of their app depending on country of origin and traffic quality.

One of the biggest problems developers face with implementing ad networks is annoying their users. TapContext uses contextual based ads at low frequency - limiting annoyance to users. They have built ads with the unique ability for the user to completely opt-out with a single click. Other networks either do not have opt-out capability, or require one to install an opt-out app or locate their device id and enter it into a website - both very cumbersome processes.

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