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What is server-to-server integration?
« on: February 05, 2020, 08:07:40 PM »
Server-to-server integration is used by mobile advertisers and ad networks to determine how many installs were driven by an ad that is served.

the attached image should explain what happens. but briefly, the advertiser will send information on all installs to ad networks so they can match against those who saw the add.

Unlike web-based tracking, where information passes through between two parties - the advertiser and the publisher (or ad network), in the case of mobile app installs the information is passed through  Google Play or Apple app store as well. This creates a wall that makes it slightly difficult to share data between the advertiser and the ad network.

Server to server integration is one way to get around this problem. It's not a good solution though because if you are an advertiser, you are passing information on every single install that you see and then hoping that the ad network will reliably tell you how many matches they have delivered.

Using the ad network's SDK essentially does the same thing as well. Instead of information being shared between servers, it goes directly through the SDK into the ad network's database.

One good way to resolve this issue is to use a trustworthy third-party ad tracking service that does the matching.

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