Best ad networks for small publishers with fast approval

By | July 21, 2017
(Last Updated On: August 11, 2017)

Best ad networks for small publishers with fast approval.

Are you a new blogger & looking for an advertising network? Is your blog is getting good with your current advertising network? If not, then, it’s time for you to examine some other Ad networks. Using an advertising network is a dandy manner to gain passive income as a blogger. When it comes to earning money from a blog, Advertising is considered as the oldest and most popular monetization way. There is a great deal of advertising networks available out there, but sorting out a perfect one for your blog is always a hard task. As ad networks have types like CPC, CPM and more. Most of the bloggers start their blogging journey with a hope of getting money from advertisement. And a lot of them fail because of not doing A/B testing. What functions for me might not work for others.

If you are a blogger and want to draw money from advertisement, you have to see out what network works great for you. Quality content is central to your earning slab. The higher the content quality the higher will be your earning- slab and this is for certain. Adsense is clearly a great advertising platform because of the character of their ads, but the trouble is getting Adsense approval. Small blogs usually cannot get Adsense approval, and then I have found various other good ad networks for young bloggers.

It’s more honest to try several networks. Here I will be sharing a list of best-paying Ad networks for bloggers and publishers. Some of them are similar, and some of them are different from each other. This article is written for small publishers. If you are a minor blogger, this blog post will be a gold-mine for you.

 

Advertising Networks for Small Publishers for Fast Approval.

 

 

It helps publishers to get more revenues. The innovative performance Base Ad Network was created to assist publishers in converting online assets consisting of toolbars, web sites, and search widgets. Revenue Hits is very different when compared to the other ad networks on this list. Revenue Hits won’t pay you anything for clicks or impressions. They only pay when a click is turned into action. For example, if advertisers need user information, they advertise using Revenue Hits. They pay $10-$50 per action their minimum payout is $50, They pay via PayPal, Payoneer & bank transfer.

Read–      Revenue hits – can make it money for your blog

  •  BidVertiser.

BidVertiser is a company that puts ads on the blog or site. They offer a full assortment of various ads that you can determine what to put on the web log or site. They offer a large range of ad formats. If you have a difficult time to get approved by Adsense, you can try BidVertiser. It can be a good alternative to Adsense. The minimum payout of Bidvertiser is $10 via PayPal, $20 via check, and $50 via bank transfer.

 

  • Chitika.

Chitika is a contextual online advertising network. It offers smart advertising for your blog with real-time bidding, reporting, and optimization. Whether you have a small or big blog, Chitika has ads for your blog. Chitika is a search-targeted advertising network that operates a system of pay per click. Chitika allows users to choose the method of payment. It is considered one of the largest services. Hence, it has many publishers that will pay according to their ad stated in the web log. Chitika has one of the lowest thresholds for cash.

  • Infolinks.

It is a global advertising platform that gives solutions for both advertisers and publishers. Infolinks has become popular for its in-text advertising. But over the time, it has introduced a variety of ads products. Infolinks always tries to occur up with unique ad units for its publishers.  Infolinks offers many ad types & is popularly recognized for their in-text advertisements.

The minimum payout is $50. Getting Infolinks approval is easy. You can use Infolinks with other advertising networks like Adsense.

Read—

Infolinks review; will it make money for your blog

 

  • Media.net

Media.net is the ad network powered by Yahoo! and Bing. Their ads look different because they’re just these little-colored keyword blocks. Media.net pays monthly with Paypal, but like Adsense, you have to have met that $100 minimum in a month’s time to get a payment.

There are many other ad networks are available, but above ad networks, one must give a try. Share your experience which ad networks work for you.

2 thoughts on “Best ad networks for small publishers with fast approval

  1. Constance

    Media.net is best by far but bidvertiser should not be included as it takes a long time to make any money

  2. Mahesh Rao Post author

    @Constance, of course, Media.net is far better than bidvertiser but it’s very difficult to get approval, whereas bidvertiser takes very long time to make money because of its low very CPC.

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