Which ad network is best for your blog?
There are thousands of them to choose from and it’s easy to get overwhelmed as you try to decide which one to use. Most bloggers do this research upfront, though, so there’s no need to worry about what will happen if you don’t consider the various possibilities before getting started with ads on your website. To help make things easier, we’re going to take a look at five of the most popular ad networks that bloggers can use in their monetization efforts.
How much to charge per day
X ad networks charge a different amount. The price can vary depending on what you’re selling.
-Izea has two different options, one if you want to advertise a product and the other if you are looking to advertise your blog content. When advertising your blog content, it will cost $25 for 500 views with an option to increase views by 125 every 25 days or 1,000 every 150 days. It also offers CPM pricing based on countries.
What do they pay you per month?
The average CPM for ads on iZooto is $5.00, but advertisers are willing to pay significantly higher rates in return for a higher CTR (click-through rate).
The UAV Media
There is no set minimum, but their ads start at $2.50 CPM, which can then be raised based on your site’s audience and engagement metrics.
Do they offer social media packages?
Yes! They offer social media packages, which will help you easily get your blog posts shared on Twitter, Facebook and other popular networks. Additionally, there are a variety of options available to bloggers in order to meet their individual needs.
Who should you contact within the company to get support?
As someone who has been involved in both designing and implementing a variety of advertising networks, I can attest to how different they are from one another. When you want to work with an ad network, it’s important that you find one that caters to your needs, because there isn’t just one size fits all.
What are their payment terms and conditions, fees, etc.?
The two most popular types of ad networks are CPM and CPC (cost-per-1000 impressions vs. cost-per-click). This basically means you make more money on a click when you use CPC, but if people aren’t clicking then there isn’t a lot of traffic to show the ads to.
How long have they been around in this industry and how stable are they?
This platform, which was founded in 2004, has grown exponentially over the years and now reaches more than 700 million unique visitors each month. The past few years have seen significant changes in Google’s advertising service: it has introduced highly popular features such as Customer Match and Shopping ads.
This social media network has grown from a few college friends connecting with one another to using it as their go-to platform to share their lives on.
How far will they go if you need help or troubleshooting assistance with your account issues or statistics/reporting?
Most ad networks provide troubleshooting assistance when you need it. Ask them if they have an e-mail or phone number, and don’t hesitate to contact them! They know how frustrating account management can be, so they’ll be more than happy to help with any issues you may be having.
Are there any hidden charges, limitations, etc.?
With so many ad networks to choose from, each one seems better than the next. The truth of the matter is, not all are created equal. In order to avoid regret or anger down the line, you need to find out about hidden charges, limitations, and other details before joining. In this blog post, we go over five popular and reliable ad networks that can work well with bloggers.
Who are their competitors and what sets them apart from others like them?
Obviously, you can’t go wrong with Google AdSense. For starters, it’s easy to get approved if you have a blog (or even if you don’t!). It’s competitively priced, and it offers a vast selection of ad formats. They also provide their own widgets so you don’t have to worry about coding on your own. However, despite all these pluses, they’re not perfect and there are limitations as far as what your ads can say.
Try it out. Start by signing up for an account
The first step in deciding which ad network to use for your blog is signing up. Install their tracking code on your blog, create an account, and set up a campaign. Run it for a couple of weeks and then make your decision.
Zazzle Ads – The biggest ad networks that have an easy sign-up process and decent offers, Zazzle doesn’t offer free trials or ads managers to help manage campaigns but they’re nonetheless worth checking out.