When we talk about blogging, a lot of the conversation is about how can you monetize it and how much money you can make out of it. However, there are a few steps before that, that include creating quality content and make your audience engage with what you post. These two things sound easy but require a lot of work and effort.

When you finally get a stable engagement and keep creating content, then you can think about monetizing your blog. Doing this is not always easy, mainly because all ad networks work differently, and sometimes they don’t adapt to want your objectives are. Because of that, it’s important to try different options and see which one is better for you.

One of them is using The Moneytizer, an online advertising platform that consists of an auction system for each advertising space placed on your website. One of their main features is that they work with CPM, which means that they pay per thousand views or impressions so you don’t have to click on the ads, so it’s a perfect advertising platform if your website has a lot of traffic. Plus, they use Header Bidding technology which consists of creating a situation of instantaneous bidding for buying and selling, 


However, if The Moneytizer has not met your expectations, here we present you three alternatives:

1. MediaFem

MediaFem is a piece of software that connects content websites with advertisers via programmatic platforms (such as Google Ad Manager), charging a fee on on-site revenue generated by the software.

Ad Styles are without a doubt MediaFem’s most important advantage since they catch the viewer’s interest on a deeper level, increasing the probability that they will click on the advertisement and earn more money. Another important benefit is that MediaFem offers non-averaged publishers a revenue share arrangement. It is also unaffected by the actual location of the publisher.

All video, display, mobile, and native formats are supported by MediaFem. It also often posts advertisements. You may select from a number of placement choices, all of which can be tailored to your website’s design and look. To take advantage of real-time bidding, MediaFem provides a variety of header bidding choices.

Keep in mind that MediaFem only pays out to publishers who have at least $100 in their account at the end of the month. If this occurs, you will be required to wait 53 days for the payment to be completed. Furthermore, with mobile apps, MediaFem allows you to publish up to five adverts per page and three advertisements per screen.

2. Adversal

Adversal is another simple ad-serving platform that allows you to put up native advertisements in a matter of minutes. The platform offers an easy-to-use interface that allows you to easily start, halt, and pause your ad campaigns.

Adversal enables you to include video, display, and native advertisements on your website or blog. There is also a built-in tag management system that filters advertisements and detects and prevents different types of fraud.

Keep in mind that in order to open an Adversal account, you must have a minimum of 50,000 page views each month. In addition, your site must have its own domain name in order to be qualified.

3. PopAds

Popunders is a broad name for pop-up advertisements that you see all over the internet in their various and varied forms, and PopAds is, as you might expect, the fast-growing vendor that lets you produce, manage, and earn from such advertising. The firm has been in operation since 2010, providing them a decade of experience in the advertising sector that you may profit from.

You simply need 1,000 visitors each month to sign up, and you’ll get a minimum of $4.00 for doing so. You may, however, withdraw your money at any time into an AlterPay or PayPayl account, and each ad cost is based on a per-impression basis, which means you get paid each time a user views an ad.

Also published on Medium.