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Top 10 Best CPC & PPC Network For Publisher

PPC ad networks are pretty much-proven models that can provide profits for webmasters who publish ads using them.

One of the more obvious ways to see if a network is any good would be the traffic volume it generates and how many advertisers it has. More advertisers translate to more people competing for your ad space.


1. Media.net

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This is the Yahoo-Bing ad network and this PPC ad network pretty much gives you an idea of just how dominant Google’s PPC ad network is. Internet giants like Yahoo and Microsoft actually had to combine their efforts and resources in order to offer a viable ad network alternative to AdSense.
Media Net gives you relevant ads, and you also have tools to track your performance in real time. You can control how the ads look so that they fit right in with your color palette, and you can filter advertisers and block ad topics. While the number of advertisers can actually compare to Google’s, the conditions for being approved may actually be more difficult for many international bloggers.
Aside from the usual conditions such as having high-quality traffic and content, your site’s visitors should mostly come from the US, Canada, or the UK. You’re also required to use English as your site’s primary language.

2. Infolinks



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Infolinks is the 3rd largest monetization network today, after Google AdSense and Amazon Associates. They generate high revenue for over 200,000 online publishers in 130 countries. Infolinks is one of the more popular supplementary income sources because their ad units are comparatively unobtrusive – they don’t have standard banner space. Instead, the ads appear minimized or in hyperlinks, and visitors need only to hover their mouse pointers over the links for the ads to appear.
Infolinks ads are native, free to use, work great with all other ad solutions and don’t interfere with the user’s experience. Approval time to Infolinks is quite short, and that’s because it’s based on your site’s content and not on the amount of traffic you generate. The installation is super easy with a code you simply add to the body of your website. You can even use a plugin that does the work for you if you use WordPress, Joomla, Blogger or Drupal.
You have lots of control over the ads as to location and number, and their support team is very friendly and quick to respond. Infolinks’ advertisers are selected based on their quality, that’s why they work with the best brands in the world like Facebook, Amazon, Taboola, Ebay, Ali Express, Pizza Hut, TripAdvisor and much more

3. Adbuff

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Adbuff is one of the strongest performing PPC ad networks thanks to their innovative and highly competitive real-time bidding (RTB) platform. Adbuff puts the largest advertisers in the world against one another to bid for clicks on publisher sites. As a result, publishers enjoy the highest PPC rates available in the industry.
Adbuff is a premium PPC ad network that has strict approval guidelines for publishers and advertisers. They are currently accepting publishers who have English sites with a majority of the traffic coming from USA, Canada, Australia and the UK. Publisher sites require at least 2,000 unique visitors per day. Approval times can take between 5 – 7 days and every approved site will receive a $25 welcome bonus for signing up.
For premium publishers who are looking for a high rate PPC ad network, Adbuff is the first ad network you should look at

4. Google AdSense


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No list of this type would be complete without mentioning the Google Ad network (The Undisputed King of PPC Ad networks or easily the best ad network). For bloggers and other website owners, the place to go is Google AdSense.
One of the main benefits of AdSense is that Google works with millions of advertisers (it’s Google’s main source of income) and this makes it more likely that they can deliver ads that are both relevant and high quality which in turns leads to a higher CTR and more money for you.
As the website owner, you can control just what types of ads appear on pages of your site. You’ll have access to reports and metrics which can show just how effective your website is working for you. It’s very easy to use, and there is no signup fee involved. If you already use Adsense, You’ll get to display ads that are associated with the interests of your visitors, and you get paid depending on the number of visitors who click on the ads on your site. You can also put in a custom search bars on your site, and earn money from the ads that appear on the search results page. You just need to have sufficient ad space and decide where the ads should go. Advertisers then participate in a real time auction to appear in your ad spaces and the highest paying ads then appear on your reserved ad spaces.
A lot of people make money from Adsense, so what’s the catch? If Google AdSense is so good, why doesn’t everyone use it? The simple reason why- not everyone uses Adsense is that not everyone is approved to join the network. You have to be approved, and that means you have to comply with all the conditions Google has laid out. For example, if the primary language you use in your ad is not among their list of supported languages, then you’re out of luck.

5. Revcontent

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Revcontent is one of the biggest content recommendation platforms on the internet. Even though Revcontent was founded several years after its competitors Outbrain and Taboola, it has managed to play catch up exceedingly well and currently serves 100 billion content recommendations a month across the globe with a growth rate of 900% last year.
Revcontent rejects almost 98% of websites that apply – focusing therefore on the quality of its publisher network rather than the quantity. This strategy has helped Revcontent generate higher revenues, better engagement rates, and loyal audiences for their partners.
As part of continuous product improvement efforts, they’ve just launched Revcontent v2, which features an intuitive user interface that enables transparent reporting and easier customization of widgets.

6. Bidvertiser

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While not quite as well-known as the first two, Bidvertiser does have some benefits especially if you’ve been banned from AdSense for some reason. If you have a website and you want to join, there are the usual conditions such as not allowing adult sites as well as those sites that sell illegal drugs and those with too much profanity and hate speech. You can’t join if your website is under construction, or if your site already has too much advertising, to begin with.

7. Chitika

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While the AdSense-deprived website owners may be flocking to alternatives, the thing about Chitika is that you can use it alongside other ad networks. It is also considered one of the best ad networks for Adsense banned sites. Approval can take a while (it may take up to a week), but then you only need to have one of your websites approved. After you obtain the approval for that one website, you can then use Chitika for any of your other websites. You can also resize mobile ads to make it easier for you to generate income from mobile traffic.

8. Clicksor

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This is another haven of AdSense exiles, and the thing about Clicksor ads is that it doesn’t look quite like the ads in AdSense (which many ad networks seem to emulate). There are numerous sizes available to make your ads look different, and there are unique types of ads as well.

9.Vibrant Media

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Vibrant is one of the more well-known PPC ad networks right now, and their premium brand advertisers can be seen in a lot of popular high traffic sites. Their PPC rates are among the highest in the industry, but the catch is that they just don’t let any website join in the fun. They have to consider your site to be a premium site, and one of the conditions seems to be that you ought to get at least half a million page views each month. The usual publisher guidelines are also in play, so this means you can’t have anything to do with an adult, gambling, drugs, profanity, hate speech, violence (you can’t even sell stun guns), or just about anything illegal.
The types of ads Vibrant Media has been quite innovative, with 11 in text ad formats available to use. This includes expanding video boxes, multi-button videos, and expandable flash. There’s also in-image advertising, which a lot of visitors find professional and unobtrusive.

10. Blogads

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With a name like that, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the ad network focuses its efforts on helping blogs maximize their profits through PPC ads. If your blog discusses just anything under the sun then advertisers may wait until you have at least half a million impressions per month before they start to advertise on your site. But if you focus on a very narrow niche (you’re all about werewolves or Chilean football players) than even 30k impressions per month may suffice.