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epom market? google ad exchange with adsense, worth it?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by lexis, Aug 31, 2015.

  1. lexis

    lexis Regular Member

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    hello, i've been using adsense for the longest time and i recently got contacted by epom

    they told me to advertise with them, they said i can use google ad exchange alongside the adsense i'm already using

    they also sent me this detailing the differences

    Those are not AdSense, but ADX (Google Ad Exchange) ads. We enrich the ADX ads with ad block from our direct advertisers via our RTB facilities. I enlisted key differences between ADX and AdSense below:


    1. With Ad Exchange you can 5 ad units per page opposed to 3 in AdSense. Additional 2 ad units increase overall revenue by 11-20%. You can even continue to use 3 AdSense and put 2 our units on your website, this is fully compliant with Google Policies
    2 . Google Ad Exchange has AdSense advertisers + Premium advertisers, that do not advertise via Adsense. Ads of companies like Samsung, General Motors, Amazon, Ebay, Disney and so on with much higher CPMs, may increase the total revenue up to 85%.
    3. We also enrich Google ads with ads from our direct advertisers, from integrated DSPs (RTB ads) and retargeting campaigns - the most expensive type of ads, which provide great rates.


    is this true? is google ad exchange really better than adsense? should i go with epom market?

    advice please thank you
     
  2. lexis

    lexis Regular Member

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    bump any advice?
     
  3. LopovSa

    LopovSa Newbie

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    I used Epom in 2013, and they give me some money. 200$ 300$ via paypal and that worked great for me, but I try to work with them in 2015 and they pay 0.02$ for click from America.

    About using more than 3 Google Ads on one page. You can do this by using Google DFP. With DFP you can put up to 8 ads on one page and that is ok with Google Policies.