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So with my ad fill rate on Pubcenter handing around 11%, I figured I'd look into other options for ad providers on my Windows 8 app. I found InMobi and immediately fell in love with it. I downloaded the SDK, integrated it into my app, and fired up a debug session to see if it was working.
For some reason though, I kept getting all of these "InMobi NETWORK_ERROR" messages. I searched it out and found this: social.MDSN[^] Note post five:
...InMobi as an ad network does not serve ads on desktops and laptops. As you pointed out, you will be able to install the SDK on a machine running Windows 8, but at our backend there is a userAgent check which determines what system (i.e phone, tablet, desktop) is being used. If the userAgent is a laptop or a desktop the ad will not be served.
What in the world!? Windows 8 is more than tablets!
But it gets worse: Not only does InMobi not support laptops or desktops, they don't really support Windows 8 at all! They only support Windows RT!
Arrghhhh!!!! I'm through with InMobi no matter what platform I'm on.
Nice one but what happens when she (as a SmartPhone) becomes out of date? I guess he won't keep her "till death do us part" when a shiny new one comes along his way the next holidays... relationships with SmartPhones are usually not lasting very long.
Wives and Smartphones have a lot in common: 1. Men scout for the latest models when deciding to have one. 2. Men get bored soon with theirs and wish they'd waited a little longer to get a better one. 3. No matter how longer you wait, you always find better models coming up. 4. You know they're a necessary evil because you can't live without one. 5. The neighbor's model always looks attractive than ours.
Seulement, dans certains cas, n'est-ce pas, on n'entend guère que ce qu'on désire entendre et ce qui vous arrange le mieux... [^] Joe never complained of anything but ever did his duty in his way of life, with a strong hand, a quiet tongue, and a gentle heart [^]
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