Media.net is one of the largest contextual advertising networks on the Internet. That fact makes it one of the most popular Google AdSense alternatives, but it’s also just plain a quality ad network for publishers and bloggers in its own right.
You can automatically serve up both text and display ads, including an option to dynamically let Media.net figure out the optimal sizes for your site. Media.net also has a programmatic platform that you can use if you prefer that approach.
What is an Ad Network?
In a nutshell, you sign up with Monumetric and list the ad inventory that you have available. Then, Monumetric will help you fill out the inventory with the highest CPM offers available. If you don’t want to display ads from a certain company or industry. Monumetric will also make sure that content doesn’t show up on your site. To get started with Monumetric, you’ll only new data need 10,000 page views per month. But if your site is under 80,000 monthly page views. Monume tric will charge you a one-time $99 setup fee (this fee is waived if your site has above 80,000 page views).
Ad Thrive is an ad network that focuses primarily on bloggers and publishers in lifestyle areas such as food, home, travel, parenting, DIY, etc. While you don’t have to be in those niches to join. Those are the types of advertisers that will thrive with AdThrive.
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AdThrive offers all the popular display ad dimensions and even guarantees payouts — so even if AdThrive doesn’t get paid by an advertiser, they’ll still DJ USA pay you. This is part of their “creator-first” mission. Ad Thrive is looking primarily for US-based traffic, so it might not be the best option if you have a lot of global visitors. Additionally, you’ll need Google Analytics installed and at least 100,000 monthly page views to apply.