Uber’s ad revenue platform, called Adsense, is a $500 million company that helps the company manage its ads.
Uber and Google are partners on Adsense.
Facebook has been a partner on AdSense since 2015.
Uber’s Adsense platform is owned by a number of companies that also own the ad inventory.
Here’s a quick look at how these three companies’ ad revenue platforms work.
Uber Adsense: Uber’s advertising revenue platform uses an advertising revenue model that relies on ad inventory to be shared by the platform and other companies.
Uber doesn’t own the inventory, and it is owned through a shared advertising revenue pool.
Uber will pay a percentage of revenue earned by each of its advertisers on behalf of its ad inventory partners.
The money it collects from each ad buyer will be distributed to advertisers in exchange for the inventory.
Google Adsense : Google uses an ad revenue model based on data on how users interact with Google search results.
It also uses a revenue model to allocate revenue between ads and Google services.
Google does not own the search results, but Google does share revenue with advertisers through its AdSense program.
Google also shares revenue with ad inventory providers.
Facebook Adsense (Founded in 2013): Facebook’s ad platform, which it purchased in 2014, is controlled by Facebook, which also owns the search engine.
Facebook does not have a revenue share with advertisers, but it does share a portion of revenue with AdSense advertisers.
The company also pays a percentage to advertisers, and the percentage that it receives from AdSense is shared between the two parties.
UberAds: Uber has a revenue sharing model that allows the company to share revenue between advertisers.
Uber only pays advertisers a percentage on advertising revenue, and does not pay advertisers for inventory in exchange.
Uber has an ad inventory partner, so the money it receives is split among the partners and used to fund the Uber platform.
Uber says the revenue sharing arrangement does not involve Google.
Facebook’s AdSense Platform: Facebook has an AdSense platform, a $1 billion revenue sharing agreement that is a shared revenue model.
Facebook uses the revenue to invest in new advertising opportunities, and also invests in its advertising network.
Facebook also shares the revenue with its advertisers.
Uber-Google AdSense: Uber and its Adsense partners are partners in UberAd, an ad network that also has its own revenue sharing relationship with Google.
Uber also uses AdSense to manage the ads on its platform.
Google has a shared ad revenue pool, so it pays a portion to advertisers for each ad that it has placed on Uber’s platform.
Google’s ad inventory platform: Google also has an advertising inventory partner and ad inventory provider.
The advertising inventory provider also pays advertising partners a percentage for the ads that Google sells.
Google says it does not control the inventory and that it does a lot of the managing for itself.
UberX AdSense (Filed in May): UberX is a platform that Uber uses to manage its advertising inventory and also shares advertising revenue with the advertisers it serves.
Uber uses Adsense to manage ads on the UberX platform.
Uber ad inventory Partner: Uber currently has its advertising infrastructure partner that shares advertising inventory with Uber.
Uber platform ad inventory vendor: Uber uses its ad infrastructure partner for the platform.
Uber network ad inventory supplier: Uber does not directly own the advertising inventory, but the supplier has a contractual arrangement with Uber to share advertising inventory.
Uber is a partner with this supplier.
Uber advertising platform partner: Uber ad platform partner is an advertising platform that owns and controls the inventory of ads.
The partner has a commercial agreement with Uber, which is an arrangement between Uber and the ad platform.
Uber inventory supplier vendor: The vendor has a contract with Uber that allows Uber to sell ads on Uber.
Uber partner: The partner works for Uber.
The partnership is an ad platform with Uber’s own advertising inventory supplier.
Uber partners with vendors that work for the vendors on the platform, and then the vendor will share advertising revenue between the partners.
Uber Partner in China: Uber partnered with an advertising vendor in China to offer ads on their platform.
Uber advertiser partner: An ad advertiser deals with the ads from an ad vendor on Uber, and that ad advertise deals with Uber advertising partners on the advertiser’s platform to buy ads on a user’s behalf.
Uber ads run on a network that includes a network of advertisers.
Uber revenue partner: A revenue partner deals with ads on one or more Uber platforms and pays ad inventory suppliers for the ad listings they purchase.
Uber commercial partner: Advertisers pay for ads on ads from Uber platforms on Uber ads.
Uber Commercial Partner: Ads run on Uber platforms are purchased by commercial partners that are paid to show ads on those platforms. 20. Uber