Powerful Real-Time Bidding solution that delivers

Epom Bidder is a turnkey solution for buying any amount of traffic within a single account. Connect as many SSPs as you need to boost your traffic volumes
  • Unleash the power of programmatic with a customizable and powerful RTB bidder
Powerful Real-Time Bidding solution

Custom-tailored RTB technology

Scale your media buying by connecting any SSP or buy directly from the Epom Market inventory

Optimize your acquisition costs with a scalable ad serving solution

Get more traffic for a minimum flat serving fee without building your own solution

Improve your ad inventory with desktop, mobile, native and rich media units

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Precise cross-device targeting & real-time analytics

Get in-depth insights of your audience by analyzing custom parameters such as carrier, wi-fi, city level and many more

Track your performance across all channels and platforms: display, video, mobile, and native media. Integrate your analytics platforms with RTB Bidder via a powerful API

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Fraud-free traffic

We make sure your ads are seen by real people. Brand safe & clean traffic is ensured by Forensiq pre-bid verification and fraud detection technology. Integrated with Epom's fraud protection, Forensiq will eliminate fraud in real-time and prevent fake impressions

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If you already have a third-party quality control system (DMP, traffic scanners, malware scanners etc) we'll integrate RTB Bidder with it upon your request

Traffic quality control systems

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