Pricing

Budget-friendly dynamic creative

Control your ad spend with no monthly commitments or build fees. Pay for what you use, and not a cent more.

Budget-friendly dynamic creative

Control your ad spend with no monthly commitments or build fees. Pay for what you use, and not a cent more.

How you pay for Adacado

Adacado’s simple pricing model is based on impressions and products. How much you pay depends on how much of each you run.

Impressions

When you run impressions, you’ll be charged based on the number of those impressions. The more you run, the less they cost.

Products

When we store or update data about the products you’re advertising, you’ll be charged based on the number of those products.

How it looks in practice

Based on campaigns we have seen run through Adacado, here is what you can expect to pay for an active advertiser.

Automotive

Retail

FAQs

Where does the $10 US/day come in?

It’s the minimum daily charge while an advertiser has active campaigns running.

What currency am I using?

Adacado pricing is always in US Dollars.

Am I charged daily or monthly?

No. You are only charged once you turn on an advertiser and start running ad impressions, and/or processing product data.

Why aren’t my charges for impressions the same every day?

Media buying is auction-based, and changes from day to day. This affects the impression count, which determines how much you pay.

Am I charged when I enter my credit card information?

No. You are only charged once you turn on an advertiser and start running ad impressions, and/or processing product data.

Is there a limit to products or impressions?

Short answer: No. Long answer: No, there is not.

It’s the minimum daily charge while an advertiser has active campaigns running.

No. You are only charged once you turn on an advertiser and start running ad impressions, and/or processing product data.

Media buying is auction-based, and changes from day to day. This affects the impression count, which determines how much you pay.

No. You are only charged once you turn on an advertiser and start running ad impressions, and/or processing product data.

Short answer: No. Long answer: No, there is not.