We made this review of ad networks based on traffic of our publishers. Though these data are relevant only at the time of writing the article it helps us to look at the issue of choosing the best advertising network for your traffic monetization.
We segmented traffic only by geo without breaking it by types, such as adult and mainstream, by device types, etc. The main idea of this review is to show you that there is no single ad network can offer you the best rates for all your traffic.
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Adnium is an ad network that enables publishers to monetize both their desktop and mobile traffic through a small group of ad formats. Banners and popunders are the only inventory available to users, each of whom must generate a minimum of $100 to withdraw money from their account. This is available on request via Paxum and wire transfer, which makes for a relatively straightforward way of earning.
Other notable features include a referral program which pays out 5% commission to the party that referred them to the Adnium platform, in addition to a self-service platform which makes it easy for users to conduct changes to their accounts.
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TrafficBroker is an advertising network that publishers can use to monetize both their desktop and mobile traffic. Each user can choose between popunders, interstitials, banners, redirects and instant messenger options, which makes for a good selection of inventory. There is also a referral program offering 5% of a new publisher’s earnings for every party that connects them to the network.
Publishers must earn a minimum of $100 to see any returns from their activity – this being the lowest amount to withdraw – with monthly transactions available to be made through PayPal, Paxum, Payoneer and wire transfer.
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Adamo Ads is an ad network offering publishers the chance to monetize their traffic via both desktop and mobile ad options. The platform offers a good selection of formats, with popunders, interstitial ads, in-video, banners and instant messenger inventory all up for selection.
Each user must reach a minimum of €100 to get paid – an amount which is available on a weekly basis through PayPal, Paxum and wire transfer. This target is made easier to reach through a referral program which offers 5% of a new publisher’s commission out to the party that referred them to Adamo Ads network.
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PopCash is an ad network that allows publishers to make money via pop-under advertising. Useful features like a 10-minute sign up process and a daily payment schedule makes it very easy for sites of all sizes to earn via the platform. PopCash also offers 24/7 dedicated support through email and Skype, as well as a self-service interface that is designed to be easy to use. On top of this, a referral program is on hand to offer 10% of a new publisher’s earnings to the site that referred them.
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Owners of adult tube sites know gaining traffic is just the start of things. What follows is the long and winding road to effective monetization, which can prove tricky without a clear process and strategy to work off.
It’s easy enough to set up a way of serving ads and sorting a basic framework for ensuring they make good money. However, doing only the bare minimum will only produce the bare minimum in terms of results and earnings. Publishers must think carefully about how and to whom they allocate ad space, with a strict process tying everything together.
With that in mind, we’ll be looking into some of the most popular monetization strategies adopted by adult tube sites with the aim of shining a light on how these domains increase ad revenue. Here are four points worth keeping in mind:
Used by publishers around the world as a way of monetizing their traffic, Adcash is an ad network which bases itself on a premium offering. The group allows its users to serve ads on desktop and mobile, with formats including banners, in-video and native along with a series of in-app options. A minimum earning of €100 is applied to all users, who can withdraw funds on a monthly basis via Payoneer, webmoney, PayPal, Skrill and wire transfer.
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There are lots of different ways to gain links to your adult website and it can be easy once you have a process for doing so.
Compared to the same practice for other sites – focusing on broad subjects like travel, sports and fashion – there are advantages. For one, you have fewer competitors, leading to a much lower level of competition for results. The main downside is the lack of link-building opportunities, as some sites do not wish to associate themselves with the adult niche. That still shouldn’t prevent you from building a link profile for your adult site, which we’ll explore in this piece.
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BitterStrawberry is a mobile-only CPA network which enables publishers of all backgrounds to monetise their websites through a number of ad formats. Users can pick between popunders, banners and redirects on their way to earning good money for their traffic.
The network has a referral program offering 10% of a new publisher’s commission to the group that referred them. This could help a user reach the minimum payout of €100, available through PayPal, wire transfer and webmoney as well as a few more options.
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FPCTraffic is a CPM ad network offering adult publishers the chance to monetise both their mobile and desktop traffic. The network has over 20 years of experience in helping people make the most of the visitors to their sites, with no minimum levels of traffic required to get started.
New users should be aware that popunders are the only available ad type, while each publisher earning money through the platform must generate at least $50 to withdraw their funds. These are available through Paxum, PayPal and Payoneer, as well as by wire transfer.
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