Is there any difference in marketing a mobile app through AdMob or AdWords?

Choteau I'm not peumus through what you need to advertise. What category of "Campaigns" Adobe? I thought there is possible to create an ad campaign. Tried created and there is not going
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August 19th 19 at 23:27
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August 19th 19 at 23:29
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AdMob "content" is displaying your banners in the other same app (cross-promo is called). If you do not go into the details, you find it easier on the developer console (on Google Play) to find the button to create an advertising company - this will be AdWords. There are already all will be configured to is mob. the application will search the Google Play advertised in the "similar apps", in General, more sensible spending is less than AdMob.
August 19th 19 at 23:31
AdMob is a platform where the ad is displayed specifically for mobile devices.
AdWords is a platform, which creates ads for search, Google display network (banners on websites) and video ads on YouTube.
If you want to advertise on mobile devices - sign up in AdMob
I need to advertise the application: the section "Campaigns" Adobe? I thought there is possible to create an ad campaign - tod.Bechtelar commented on August 19th 19 at 23:34
: Internal device AdMob not familiar, is unlikely to help. But if you want to advertise only on mobile - choose it - levi_Thiel commented on August 19th 19 at 23:37

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