Ad Dynamo says goodbye to its ad network as twitter takeover

I recently visited my site only to discover that the Ad Dynamo network Ads are no longer displayed on the blog.
I was bit startle. All the money I earned as Ad Dynamo network publisher gone! No, it can’t be possible. I quickly hover to login to my Ad Dynamo publisher account. I breathe a sigh of relief when I discover that the money is still there.

WHAT HAS HAPPEN TO AFRICA’S LEADING CONTEXTUAL ADVERTISING NETWORK, AD DYNAMO?

As I read through the official Ad Dynamo blog, here is what official blog site has to say about it;

“Today Ad Dynamo announced that it will be retiring its ad network product to allow us as a business to focus on developing our relationship with Twitter. As a business, we have a remarkable opportunity as Twitter’s official ad sales partner in Africa, and we are looking to focus on doing one thing particularly well.
This has been a tough decision that we’ve grappled with for some time. Ad Dynamo’s roots are in our ad network, the very first product that we launched in 2009. Over the past 6 years we’ve had tremendous support in Africa from over 60,000 publishers. We built a business that pays out publishers faster than any competitor, and delivers competitive results for advertisers.
Saying goodbye to the ad network isn’t easy, and over the next couple of weeks we will be supporting our publishers to migrate to alternative networks. I’d like to take this opportunity on behalf of all of us at Ad Dynamo to say Thank You to every advertiser and publisher that we’ve worked with over the years. We appreciate the support. We built this together & we won’t forget that”.

I want to congratulate the management of AdDynamo for this decision. However, I plead they paid off their Ad Network publishers. I have started receiving complaints from some of their ad publishers who complain they haven’t received their Advertising paid and yet NO Ads are being displayed on their sites.
Further questions or information, you can use the comment box or visit the official AdDynamo Blog

Glo Gbam Plus: migration code, opt-out code, benefit & problem

Glo GBAM PLUS is a Gloworld call tariff plan that offers subscribers the cheapest call tariff plan of 11kobo/secs. All you need to know about the Glo GBAM PLUS (GBAM+) is here

GLO GBAM PLUS MIGRATION OR ACTIVATION CODE

If you are trying to migrate to Glo gbam plus, simply dial *100*6*1#; that is the GBAM PLUS migration code.
When you migrate, an SMS showing that you have been received will be sent to you. No money will be deducted from your account unless after a chargeable call, a day access fee of N5 will be deducted from your account.

GLO GBAM PLUS DEACTIVATION CODE

Simply opt-out of G gbam plus by migrating to any other Glo call tariff plan like Glo Bumpa, Glo bounce (*170*4#) , Glo Gbam, Glo infinitio and you will be deactivated from Glo gbam plus.

WHAT ARE THE GLO GBAM PLUSVOICE CALL TARIFF PLAN

Glo-to-Glo voice call – 11k/sec
Glo-to-Other Network – 11k/sec
5 international Number (UK, US, India, China, canada) – 20K/sec.

WHAT ARE THE GLO GBAM PLUS SMS TARIFF PLAN

Glo-to-Glo – N4
Glo-to-Other Network – N4
5 international Number (UK, US, India, China, canada)

FREE NIGHT CALL ON GLO GBAM PLUS

You can enjoy 35 hours free night call every on usage of N200
on previous week

Aha! Things are getting more interesting here.
From etisalat easy life, to MTN true talk then followed by airtel SmartTalk and Now it is GLO Gbam+. GLO GBAM PLUS has completed the chain of 11kobo/secs. Call flat rate for all Nigeria telecom Networks.

I bet you, call tariff plan will soon fall to 5kobo/sec for all networks in Nigeria. Don’t tell me you won’t like it

GOOD THING ABOUT GLO GBAM PLUS

The good part of GLO GBAM PLUS is that the access fee is only deducted when you make a chargeable call.
This means- no access fee will not be deducted if you do not make any call.

PROBLEM WITH GLO GBAM PLUS

The little issue with GLO GBAM PLUS is that you don’t get to receive the usual 5MB data

If you have further questions on Glo gbam you can ask using the comment box below or you can visit Glo Official Website; http://www.gloworld.com/nigeria/personal/prepaid-2/