FPCTraffic Ad Network Review

FPCTraffic Ad Network Review

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.

FPCTraffic ad formatsAd Types:

For Desktop

  • Popunders

For Mobile

  • Popunders

Offer Types:

CPM (Cost per Mile)

Traffic Types

Desktop, mobile and tablets.

Payment Rules

Publishers can withdraw money from their FPCTraffic account provided they have earned at least $50. This is available on a monthly basis, processed in US dollars, with payments made on the 10th of each month. To give an idea of how this works, if a publisher reaches their $50 minimum by the end of August, they will receive their money on September 10.

PayPal, Paxum or Payoneer can be used to withdraw money and there is no sign of charges for processing any amounts. Instead, publishers should look out for charges by the platforms themselves. There is also the option of withdrawing money through wire transfer, although FPCTraffic does say that only ‘large publishers’ may use this service, maybe due to extra charges on these transactions.

Support

Support from the FPCTraffic team can be gained through two methods: email and Skype. In all cases, the Skype option is best used when the question needs to be answered quickly. For something that needs a bit more explaining and can wait a little longer for an answer, the email might be a good choice.

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Terms, Conditions, and Other Notes:

The big thing to note from FPCTraffic’s terms of service is that only adult publishers are allowed, but gay sites are not able to use the platform. There are other terms which sites should be aware of, including:

  • A ban on traffic generated by pages containing viruses, spyware, adware and any software used to boost its figures.
  • All traffic has to be sent by an adult host and not by a free host (Geocities, Tripod etc).
  • Only one account per person or company.
  • English is the only language supported by FPCTraffic and the network reserves the right to exclude paying webmasters from “certain countries”. Investigations suggest these include Pakistan, India, Vietnam, Korea, Iraq, Iran and Afghanistan.
  • Sites linking to illegal practices like hacking and incest are not allowed. Publishers are advised to consult with the FPCTraffic terms for a full list of banned content and phrases.

Any publishers that violate these terms will see their account deleted, while any site that does not use their account for 30 days faces the same penalty. Sites that have their accounts deleted can only collect outstanding funds provided they are over $10.

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Referral Program

At the time of writing, FPCTraffic does not have an active referral programme.

Pros:

  • Offer back URLs help publishers make use of any traffic they don’t sell
  • Earnings are available monthly on a minimum of $50

Cons:

  • Only adult sites and no gay traffic is accepted
  • Fill rates under 50% – below reasonable levels
  • Rates of CPM are much lower than market average
  • Below average CPM rates

CPM Rates:

You may compare FPCTraffic CPM rates with other ad networks by countries here.

Final thoughts:

FPCTraffic could be a good option for any publisher that attracts a certain type of web user to their properties. The platform only supports adult sites but does not allow any gay sites to sign up. There is also the fact that popunders are the only ad type available, which narrows things down even more.

Away from these very specific terms, the platform offers some very familiar features when it comes to things like payments (Paxum, PayPal, Payoneer and wire) and support (email and Skype). These help to balance out some of the negative points, such as CPMs that go below the market average and fill rates below 50%.

Considering both the pros and cons, FPCTraffic appears to be a steady platform for sites which attract a great deal of adult traffic.

Register here to join FPCTraffic network.

There are advantages and disadvantages to every ad network. Thanks to ad mediation services like AdSpyglass, publishers can link themselves up to all of the platforms above and reap the benefits that each can offer. Ad Networks mediation service automatically selects the most profitable offers from top ad networks and displays ads with the highest CPM on you websites.

Ad network mediation uses a “weighted” system which prioritizes sites based on how much they are willing to pay for a particular spot, along with other factors such as a site’s geographic location and industry niche. Also, by connecting the publisher to a vast selection of ad networks, the mediation service is able to determine the best possible creative for the site. Publishers are able to maximize their profit and monetization potential through ad mediation services.

Not only this, with some publishers managing to increase their revenue by 100% as a result of using AdSpyglass, there are obvious financial benefits to be had.

Join AdSpyglass

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And compare all ad networks CPM rates by countries here: Top Ad Networks 2017

One thought on “FPCTraffic Ad Network Review

  1. I love the way you write. First I came to know about your blog from one of my friends. I read almost every post. I have seen that most of the Adult Ad networks do not support traffic from Asia. Any specific reason?

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