To connect your own Ogury account to Appodeal follow the next simple steps.

Step 1: Create and prepare Ogury account

To create a new account, go to Ogury registration webpage and enter your email address.

Click on the Get started button and wait for the email with further instructions. Follow the link from the email and finish setting up your account by entering all the required information.

After creating an account, you should request access to the Intelligent monetization.

The next step is to wait for the approval and create the asset (your application) on this page.

The mandatory fields are the name of the app, platform, and package name.

Finally, you should get your API key and API secret. Both of them can be obtained only by contacting Ogury support via email.

Step 2: Add keys to the Appodeal dashboard

For this step, you should already have the API key and API secret from the previous step. Now you need to add their values on the Appodeal side to finish linking your account. Go to the Networks Accounts page.

Find Ogury in the list of ad networks and click on the Link your account button.

Fill in your email address associated with Ogury, API key and API secret, and click on the Create button. Mark the created account as default by clicking on Make default button.

Step 3: Create ad units on the Ogury side

First, you need to find the previously created asset and open it. You can do it on this page.

Next, you should copy your API Key which is the third line in the description of the app.

Step 4: Create line items on the Appodeal side

Open Mediation settings of the same app in the Appodeal dashboard. In the Line Items tab of Mediation settings find the Ogury ad network and change an account for this network from default to the one you created earlier with this guide.

Then, click on the Add line item button and set it up in the same way as on the screenshot below. Use your API Key from the previous step for the Code field.

Make sure that the newly created line item is marked as enabled (the toggle is on “ON”).

You've now successfully connected Ogury!

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