by kaianni
Published: 14/07/2022 (4 weeks ago)

The adMob for Windows Phone 7 package was developed to provide Windows Phone 7 developers an opportunity to monetize their free applications. The output of the project is a User Control that can be dropped into any Silverlight page.
You can drop in the control into your Windows Phone 7 application and the ads will simply appear.
Currently, the following is supported:
GPS – yes, the app will fetch the location and send it to adMob for geographically sensitive ads.
UserAgent – believe it or not, getting it is really difficult on this initial release of Windows Phone 7 and requires an ugly hack to get it – adMob requires it.
External IP address – another thing that is impossible on Windows Phone 7, and another thing that requires a hack – adMob requires it.
Text ads – currently the control just does unobtrusive text ads. I think this should be the default, as I don’t think phone users want epilepsy inducing flashing gifs







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Where would you like to go today?
adMob for Windows Phone 7 is a mobile advertising solution for Windows
Phone 7 that provides you with the tools to generate your own ads and
display them where you want. The goal is to help developers use one or
more of the available web advertisement services on Windows Phone 7 to
target their advertising where and when it is most likely to be seen.

If you are interested, let me know and I will walk you through the process of how it works.
Note: This project is Windows Phone 7 exclusive. If you are looking for an ad provider for Windows Phone, visit this link: The Official ad providers for Windows Phone 7


I’m a co-founder at Mobvista, and we’re working on placing ads in Windows Phone 7 and other Windows 8 apps.
You can find more information about our approach to ads here:
We’ve also started a blog about the subject here:

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Looking to monetize your free Windows Phone 7 app? AdMob
supports a wide variety of monetization options for Windows Phone
7. If your app has a name, a logo and it exists on Windows Phone 7
Marketplace, AdMob can help you get there. AdMob enables developers to
easily monetize their Windows Phone 7 applications through advertising
and offers impressive monetization stats.

What platforms does adMob support and how many monetization options are available?


Seems to be supported by Windows Phone 8 as well so it is coming to the table.


Crowdstriking is a great way to crowdfund. And though there is a lot of information out there about writing a great grant, I’m wondering what advice would be pertinent for crowdsourcing for a mission trip to Guatemala.

1. How do you start up your journey to Guatemala? Do you need to tell people or is the public aware that you are raising money for a trip?

The first step is to reach out to a local missionary organization, and ask them if they know anything about a child sponsorship program in Guatemala. Many missionary organizations have staff who are familiar with developing community programs in countries like Guatemala. They can guide you in finding projects that you would be interested in supporting. For this reason, it makes sense to get started contacting organizations before posting about your project on social media.

2. What would you need to do before writing a grant application? Do you simply write one and ask people to donate money?

The first step is to estimate how much you need to raise. If you only need $500 to send a child to camp, it would be better to write a grant application rather than a crowdfunded project, because a grant application is more detailed and it doesn’t leave your donors waiting for the money to arrive. A grant application will also be accepted by nonprofit grantors, such as the National Endowment for the Arts and the Discipleship Network. A crowdfunded grant project doesn’t have that limitation.

3. What factors should you consider as you develop your project?

The last step in developing your project is to write a proposal that helps you to decide on what you will include in your project. Make sure to include a financial plan (how much money do you need?) as well as a

AdMob For Windows Phone 7

The adMob for Windows Phone 7 package contains an ad unit (standalone XAP file) and an in-app advertisement server (ADM.XAP) that can be dropped into any Windows Phone 7 application.
The ad unit is a quick and easy way to apply the flexibility of the adMob platform to your application. 

If you add the ad unit to your Windows Phone 7 application, the adMob for Windows Phone 7 package will do the rest for you. 
When the application first launches, it will display a welcome screen informing the user that they can monetize their application and letting them know how to do so. After the welcome screen, the app will start serving ads and also get a unique identifier. 
This identifier is used to associate the user’s ad impressions with this unique identifier (and the user). If the user closes the app or selects a different application for it to run in, the ad impressions will be lost for this unique identifier. 

The Ad Supported package provides functionality for setting up your ad-supporting application, creating ad units (standard, interstitial, etc), loading the ad unit, and serving ads to them. 
The ad units are identified by an ad id that starts with com.admob. 

Typically, the ad supported application is created by dropping a Ad Unit Bar (com.admob.binlay.admob) into your XAML page. The Ad Unit Bar lets the developer indicate the desired ad unit type (standalone or interstitial). 
In addition to setting the desired ad unit type, the developer can set additional properties of the ad unit such as:

1. mutableUrl – yes, set to true to use the new http protocol
2. id – the id of the ad unit
3. adUnitId – if the mutableUrl is set to true, this is the id of the ad network request
4. credentials – an object containing all the necessary credentials to access the advertising servers

If the mutableUrl is set to false (the default value is false), the developer must give the identifier of the ad unit for each page that displays an ad by setting the id or adUnitId property of the corresponding ad object. 

When the application requests to load the ad, it will pass in the ad unit identifier.

What’s New In AdMob For Windows Phone 7?

– Works with Bing Ads and Yahoo Banners
– No programming is required – just drop in the control
– Implements the API recommended by Microsoft
– Works with all Windows Phone 7 devices
– Updates to the OS very frequently – with Bing ads anyway
– Doesn’t need an Internet connection to update
– ads are released to the marketplace on the day they’re ready
Note that these ads will not be seen by phone users, as they’re not shown on the Marketplace; adMob is just setting the value of the property. 
Here is a screenshot showing the ‘Location’ ad in action:

It’s not completed yet; there’s a lot more to do and a lot of work that needs to be done to make it work flawlessly:
– Users need to be able to opt-out of this
– Cover for the obscure Banners that have an Internet connection check
– Versioning
– Re-release 1.0.0 – but not on Windows Phone 7
– Helpers (so I can work on this ;) )

The SourceCode is available on CodePlex:
The icons are available on Codeplex:


I’ve been playing with the AdMob apk on Windows Phone 7 and I would definitely use it if it came on WP7. My only problem is that my GPS location services are turned off on my phone. It’s really a hassle to turn them on. AdMob requires a location to exist, but it doesn’t let you put a location into the location property. So it checks every time you add the control but it can’t save this information so it displays an ad to all users.

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Alien Swarm: Descent
Hang on, those are visuals and not gameplay! What if you didn’t know? Well, they are really the same, but it is just more fun to say “Alien Swarm: Descent” and nothing else. That is how it goes with me, anyway.
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, I made this game called Alien Swarm. It was a terrible game, the only one of it’s kind. I guess I was a little messed up back then. I played the