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Sample Advertising Industry APIs


AD Mob API - The AdMob API enables a developer to access the campaign, sites and applications data in an AdMob account.

 

AppNexus API and CL Tools - The Application Programming Interface and the associated command-line tools allow a developer to interact with the AppNexus Cloud.

 

BlueKai APIs - BlueKai provides partners with the ability to build tools and UI through a comprehensive suite of APIs. BlueKai APIs offer the same capabilities and tools as found within the BlueKai Exchange UI.

 

Brightcove Developer API - The brightcove API allows the developer access to many player features, keyword and targeting creation and templatizing of video players and co-ads.

 

DoubleClick For Publishers (DFP) API - Google's DoubleClick for Publishers (DFP) API lets developers build applications that interact directly with Google's next-generation display advertising platform. With these applications, publishers and third parties can manage inventory, create orders, pull reports, and more.

 

DoubleClick For Advertisers (DFA) API - The DoubleClick for Advertisers (DFA) API enables you to manage your DFA account using SOAP calls. Use the API to automate recurring or repetitive tasks in your account, such as bulk uploads or modifications.

 

Facebook API - The Facebook API enables a developer to access to the social graph and automate many tasks within Facebook.

 

Google Analytics API - The Google Analytics API allows a developer to extend the functionality of a Google Analytics service.

 

Medialets - The apps overview API provides a quick summary of the following app metrics: total users, average unique user per day, total sessions, average session per day and average session length.

 

Twitter API - The Twitter API allows developers to create applications that integrate with Twitter.

 

Youtube API - YouTube's APIs enable a developer to access YouTube's video content and functionality to create richer software applications for devices and websites.