Pros and cons of the AdVault spy service
AdVault is a spy service that monitors different networks for trends and new offers and creatives. Moreover, 14 million ads in its database! And we want to discuss its functionality and the pros and cons of using it.
First of all, this service has 11 Native Networks such as Taboola, Outbrain, mgid, Adblade, EngageYa, content.ad, RevContent, Yahoo Gemini, Zergnet, Dianomi, Gravity
And extensive geos 19 Countries – USA, UK, Canada, Australia, India, Romania, Israel, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Germany, China, Japan, France, Estonia, Ukraine, Turkey, Russia, Spain & Sweden
Filters are available for the effectiveness and popularity of promos, which are important indicators for campaign analysis. There are also lists of featured ads so you don’t lose them in the stream of other promos. AdVault also allows you to see all stages of the campaign funnel, which is very useful for detailed analysis. AdVault also shows you the most popular keywords and advertisers daily, weekly and yearly so publishers can see all the ads associated with them. The contact details of 26,064 advertisers are manually collected in LeadFinder, so you can export them to CSV and contact them directly (available on the Network plan).
After analyzing the corners from this service, you can immediately note that there is no social network monitoring in it, that is, if you run ads on FaceBook, you will not be able to track it using AdVault.
AdVault has two pricing plans: $97/month and $1499/month.
In conclusion, based on our experience, we consider this service will not be useful to those who are advertised with the help of native advertising and social networks. Also, if you promote your business only with the help of native advertising, then you will like AdVault!