Mobile Ad Network StartMeApp Announces Beta Launch of Global Ad-Serving Platform

startmeappStartMeAp, Latin America's mobile ad network, announced today in Barcelona at the Mobile World Congress 2013, the Beta launch of its new world-class mobile advertising platform.

According to the company StarMeApp is shifting its focus of mobile ad buying onto a value-based criteria "leveraging advanced mobile traffic-targeting and a unique real-time-bidding (RTB) algorithm to provide advertisers and content publishers the highest available ROI in the global mobile advertising marketplace through seamless interaction with ad exchanges and media platforms worldwide."

StartMeApp’s new global ad-serving platform provides access to buy-side mobile ad networks and exchanges worldwide and connects with major global sell-side providers of rich-media apps and mobile content, including carrier on portal audience, mobile web sites and WAP sites, as well as applications traffic. Currently in Beta-testing with a limited set of advertising partners, StartMeApp’s new network will go live with full functionality in Q2 2013.

StartMeApp runs thousands of effective brand campaigns for advertising clients and currently delivers 10 billion ad impressions monthly worldwide in 100 countries across five continents. An independent, privately owned mobile advertising network, StartMeApp owns and operates its own high-frequency ad-serving platform. StartMeApp works with clients such as Audi, Air France, Fox, Peugeot, Adidas, Allianz, Microsoft, Claro, Despegar.com and others.


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