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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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.
Hilltop Ads is an advertising network which allows publishers to monetize their traffic via pop unders. The platform is welcoming of both large and small publishers, with a $50 minimum earning on hand to provide a modest target for sites to aim for.
This is available weekly, delivered via a range of different payment options, including PayPal, Payoneer, Paxum and Webmoney, in addition to wire transfer and even Bitcoin.
Publishers benefit from a 100% fill rate alongside a referral program offering them a 5% split of each new publisher’s commission. Our investigations also unearthed high CPM rates, especially for sites with mobile inventory.
Reporo is a mobile-only ad network which prides itself on a truly international reach, high ROI and cutting-edge technology. An up-to-date view of its activity shows the platform serving 16 billion impressions per month, spread across over 200 countries, with sales managers in multiple territories enabling ‘worldwide monetization’ for publishers.
Pop-unders remain a significant part in the publisher’s armoury of ad formats. There are now a range of different networks that support this type of inventory and with the aim of finding the very best popunder network, we’re going to be taking a closer look at how well-equipped these are at serving their user bases.
Using our recent analysis of the market, we’ll be looking into the pros and cons of the top 10 platforms as well as the general overview of these groups to ensure there is a transparent view of how each fair. For publishers searching for the best pop under ad network on the market, the options are as follows:
TrafficForce is an ad network that helps publishers and advertisers maximize their return from various forms of online advertising. The group prides itself on good technology which is easy to use and currently powers 15-billion impressions every single month.
Its ad formats include display banners, pop-unders and instant messenger functions for desktop, with many of these also available as mobile options. Users can get in touch with the group via options like email, Skype and instant message, delivered to a specific team member, while payments are available through popular global platforms like PayPal and Paxum as well as wire transfer.
Clickadu is a relatively new ad network that allows both advertisers and publishers to maximize their revenue through the latest technology in online advertising. By joining Clickadu, customers can expect to increase their traffic through a range of ad formats and take advantage of daily conversions on active campaigns. Many publishers have already joined the network and benefited from high eCPMs worldwide.
The platform itself hosts a large variety of ad formats such as pop-unders, banner ads, push-up ads and more. Clickadu also offers mobile ads to advertisers as well as different methods of displaying these on mobile devices. The platform works well with small sites and has a good fill-rates, excellent CPMs and a timely and reliable payment schedule. Tech support comes via email, Skype and a ticketing option which directs queries to the best department.
Ero-Advertising is a popular adult advertising network which started out in 2006. The group is based in the Netherlands but offers online multi-language support for any non-Dutch publishers.
Sites using the network benefit from weekly or monthly payments, made in Euros, which are available to those that reach the minimum earning of €10. Some of its impressive line-up of desktop inventory includes instant messenger functions, page-peel ads and redirects, as well as popular elements like display banners and interstitials. The network also boasts a strong range of mobile ad options for publishers targeting users on smartphone or tablet. Continue reading “Ero-Advertising Ad Network Review 2017”
The internet is packed with reviews on the best adult ad networks. We wanted to cut through the noise with our own examination of the top 10 most popular networks for the adult niche, based on the aspects that directly impact the work of their publishers.
Our overview includes information like the CPM they pay, their types of offers, ad formats, fill rates, quality of support, minimum payouts as well as the frequency of their earnings.
We also tried to highlight the pros and cons of each adult ad network, based on our daily experience of working with them, and this is what we found.
Since 2006, ExoClick has grown to become ranked the 4th largest ad network in the world
If your site is in the Adult, Lifestyle, and Entertainment niche, ExoClick is the right ad network for you! ExoClick will ensure your ads perform better than your competitors. As a large publisher for the adult niche, your ads can be published in over 20 different formats with optimized and behavioral targeting. ExoClick launched RTB demand and native advertising this year.