Discussion in 'Pay Per Click' started by se900se, Jul 24, 2018.
What are the numbers meaning at the end of each ad name?
Total Websites (that using this ad network) Direct (# of direct records) Reseller (#of reseller records)
This list based on the number of websites (publishers) using a particular ad network.
Thank you!!! Any advice for “legit” ones? I mean the ones that looks not spammy or drive people to viruses... I’m looking for a plan B for my blog
These are the top networks using ads.txt, so if not all, but most of them are legit and do not drive traffic to viruses or malware. Though, it still may happen.
Ok thank u!
Thanks for sharing
I am glad it’s useful
How are few warez websites such as https://apkreal.com/ are monetized with Google AdSense? I am starting a new warez website so looking out for any suggestions, thanks!
You can get google ads through other ad networks that resell google ads, for example, Adiply.
As long so your site comply with their ToS you can run any ads they run on their network of sites.
Thanks for posting this.
I will try a few
Thanks for this list, it is very helpful!
Share your experience once you try new networks
WOoow thanks man
Very great information with lost of tips, this will be more helpful for me.
What are some networks that are good for new/low traffic websites besides AdSense?
This is a great list, but I have no idea which networks to go with.
If you could list some networks that pay well and work with new and low traffic websites then that would be much appreciated.
This is HQ share. Adsence now banning accounts without warning. They have many audience already. So nice we have another alternative. Bookmarked
How is Mediavine missing in this list? It has the highest RPMs in the industry and everyone that I know of (including myself) quadrupled their earnings immediately after moving from Adsense.
Perhaps because it's tougher to get in?
You can try adblade or content.ad
Maybe it doesn’t have own ads.txt record
Separate names with a comma.