Airpush Lights a ‘Match’ in New Promotion for Mobile Advertisers

Veteran mobile ad company Airpush has just confirmed the launch of a new 4-week promotion that encourages mobile advertisers to take Airpush’s Abstract Banners for a spin and benefit from a 10% matchback on all prepaid deposits of $1,000 or more. “The mobile banner has been trapped in a tiny little box for far too …   Read More

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Airpush Lights a ‘Match’ in New Promotion for Mobile AdvertisersVeteran mobile ad company Airpush has just confirmed the launch of a new 4-week promotion that encourages mobile advertisers to take Airpush’s Abstract Banners for a spin and benefit from a 10% matchback on all prepaid deposits of $1,000 or more.

“The mobile banner has been trapped in a tiny little box for far too long,” explains the Los Angeles-based ad network, ranked No. 2 on Forbes list of “America’s Most Promising Companies” last year. “Airpush’s Abstract Banners are new and exciting creative formats that let your message expand into full-motion transparent overlays over content.”

Adding ample fluidity to the creative process for advertisers, Airpush says its Abstract Banner templates can be used to create dynamic moving banners with “virtually endless creative possibilities.” But in the event that the available templates aren’t sufficient for more elaborate designs, Airpush’s design team is accessible at no additional charge. The company is offering creative design and ad serving for free.

All told, it adds up to big incentive to give Abstracts a try. And now, through April 22nd, advertisers will receive a 10% match on prepaid deposits up to $100,000 with matching funds made available in 72 hours.

For Airpush, this promotion shines more light on Abstract Banners, which brought the company kudos from around the globe at Mobile World Congress earlier this month. With the new ad format now available to all advertisers, the company is understandably eager to sign up more advertisers — advertisers who stand a good chance of spreading a good word about Abstracts.

According to a November developer earnings study, Abstract Banners were shown to deliver higher earnings — substantially higher in some cases — for apps when compared to standard static banners. With momentum at their back, Airpush now wants more advertisers to experiment with the ad format they’ve been cultivating for some time.

“4 years ago, Airpush was founded with a dedication to constant innovation, creating new and exciting ways for advertiser to connect with mobile users throughout the world,” Airpush said Tuesday. “Our newest ad type, Abstract Banners, are the culmination of our years of experience and represent the most dynamic, engaging and exciting thing to hit adtech since rich media.”

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  1. MarbleMan

    These are the guys that Google should try to  acquire, although it would probably be far better for Airpush to stay independent. With how fast Admob and some of the older ad platforms are growing out of touch and out of date, Airpush would do better to beat them rather than join them. With this kind of innovative stuff, you can see how that could happen.

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