What are the best advertising networks ?
They stopped paying me after 8 succefull payments. The most important is I'm having 9/10 Rating from advertisers. PLEASE be careful. Something strange is going on with that adnetwork. I checked they rankings on Alexa and they dropped a lot the last few months ( That mean's other publishers or advertisers are leaving them ) I have also screenshots to back it up.
Personally their support changed badly. They blocked my payment requests also once they sayed that they detected some traffic "anomalies" on my site but they took it back. I also use my personal software doing daily checkings to be sure that my traffic is always at minimum good! Still I keep them see if they change anything in 1-2 weeks. Also many of their support now are Bots or automatic messages. BE CAREFUL WITH THEM, they used to be good but now maybe they aren't actually.
If anything changes I will edit that post.
UPDATE: That's it. They are scammers. I used them for more 1 week and nothing happened. They are full of automatic messages and bots. I advise you to not use them, they were good in the past but now they will try to take all your traffic and then dump you ( Pump and Dump Scheme ). Thankfully I found another Pop-ad network their people love me there I got even contacted by the CEO of the company because I belong on their top 10% of their publishers. Also, I build a small advertisement network which I requested to add on Netbusiness rating.
EDIT: Ony my old post I had 8/10 ratings and now 9/10 which prove my case that my traffic is 99% good for advertisers. | Edit. : 22/11/2018 17:39:54 | Edit. : 22/11/2018 17:41:46 | Edit. : 25/12/2018 14:42:01
I'm getting this error with every request
"You are not allowed to make withdrawals. Please contact support." Don't let accumulate too much money on your balance, they can block your account and steal all your money at any time. They are holding my $100. look the image | Edit. : 15/09/2018 19:34:08
Internet advertising is everywhere:
- advertisers want to promote themselves and are willing to pay for it.
- Site publishers serve ads to monetize their traffic.
As a publisher, or you sell your products online (e-commerce) or you have a content site on which you display advertisements:
- by renting your own ad space directly to advertisers.
- using dedicated affiliate programs.
- through advertising agencies:
- selecting your own advertiser campaigns on affiliate networks.
- disseminating a general tag (without precise control of the advertisers on your part) proposed governed by CPM or CPC.
The 4 types of commission
|Abbreviation||Description||Where to find it ?||Traffic quality|
The commission, the publisher receives a percentage on each sale made on the website of the advertiser by a visitor from its site.
|CPA||Cost per Aquisition : The publisher receives a fixed amount when the visitor makes a first money deposit on advertiser site. Widely used by banks, investment sites and gambling.||Affiliate Networks||Targeted|
|CPL||Cost per Lead : the publisher receive a fixed amount when a visitor sign up to the advertiser.||Affiliate Networks||rather targeted|
|CPC||Cost per Click : the publisher receive a variable amount for every click from a visitor from its site to the advertiser.||CPC networks||Rather diffuse|
|CPM||Cost per Mille : the publisher is paid for every 1000 made advertising displays on its website.||CPM network||Very diffuse|
What type of advertising monetization using?
It totally depends on the theme of your site. If you have a niche site, affiliation (%, CPL or CPA) will certainly be more profitable because your visitors easily transformed because of your precise targeting.
If, however, the profiles of visitors of your site are varied, you will instead use CPC or CPM.
Can I apply everywhere?
Almost ! Some platforms only accept very large sites or sites of a specific niche. But most of them accept all functional and complete sites.
The basic advice: display advertisements related to the theme of your site, that's obvious. And try to ensure that your visitors do not realize that this is the pub so the topic of your pages is linked to them: this is called contextualization.