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Creating Placements for Your Apps

Introduction

Now that you are signed up to Fyber and have added an app to the , the next step in the process is to add Placements.

What is Ad Placement?

A placement refers to a location within your app where ads can be displayed. This location might be, for example, on your Start Screen, on the Game Over Screen or the bottom or top bar of the app.

For each placement, you can define a specific ad format, configuration and delivery rules to maximize performance.

You must have at least one placement to monetize your app.

Adding your Placement

To start adding your placement:

  1. Log in to your account, here.
  2. On the Dashboard, click Apps on the left menu

The opens

  1. Select the app you added previously and note the App ID
  2. Click + Placement
    The Select Placement Type window opens

There are three Placement Options:

Placement Type
Description

Interstitial

A full-screen, high-eCPM format that fits perfectly into natural breaks in your app.

Rewarded

Reward users for watching HD videos and branded engagements.

Banner

A static or animated ad, positioned at the top or bottom of your app.

  1. Select the Placement type(s) you want to use for your app
  1. Enter a Placement Name
  2. Repeat this process for each Placement type
  3. Click Next
    You have created a placement for your app.

Repeat the process for Rewarded and Banner placements, as required.

To continue, from the click the menu icon and then click Edit

The Configure Placement window opens.

The next step of the process is to configure your placements in the Advanced Settings section.


Creating Placements for Your Apps


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