Making money with your blog has never been easier and harder at the same time. Once you have a solid entourage of followers you already did half the work. But if you go directly to AdSense you lose a lot of time and end up without reward.
In addition to taking at least two months to receive a response from the Google team, they can also cause various problems. They can trim your follower stream as well as the Ads you receive. Even include some that you did not want on your website.
There are other Ad Networks that can generate even more traffic on your blog. Companies like MediaFem have Traffic Arbitrage tools, which are usually left aside by Google AdSense.
For blogs that are just getting started or have been banned by AdSense for using content that contains words on their “Banned Words” list, companies like MediaFem are the best choice.
With a shared revenue scheme that benefits both the writer and MediaFem, this platform integrates with AdSense and delivers advertising in a matter of hours.
- Page or Screen cannot contain more ads than content
- The site cannot contain pop-ups, pop-unders, or redirects
- The site cannot contain expandable ad units
- Site or app cannot contain video ads with auto-play audio
- Site or app cannot contain inappropriate ads
- The site can contain no more than 5 ads per page. Mobile Apps no more than 3 ads per screen.
- Ads must be clearly separated from content and declared as ads when embedded in the content
- Ads cannot distribute malware
- The refresh rate cannot exceed 30 seconds
- Ads cannot enable crypto-jacking
- Site or app must be compliant in accordance with the Coalition for Better Ads
How Does MediaFem Works?
Because MediaFem uses a 70 percent Rev. Share model for Publishers, there are no upfront fees when paying in Net53 terms. These percentages are maintained independent of the geographic location of a publisher and are not averaged among publishers in any way.
Publishers can choose between header bidding and the classic One Ad Code method with their solutions. Video, display, mobile, and native formats are all supported by MediaFem.
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