Listen up! MediaFem has various policies that a publisher must agree with. Otherwise, your account is disabled and bang! goes any fond hopes of netting in those part-time revenues.

The core thing about marketing is letting consumers act out of their own accord. It legitimizes the advertiser.

Policy violations make MediaFem prohibit ads from your site or disable your MediaFem account altogether. Using these policies, here’s a guide of what to do to avoid shutdowns.

How to Keep Your MediaFem Account from Being Blocked

You’re probably asking; what should you or shouldn’t do to keep your MediaFem account safe? Here are practical tips that work.

Create High-quality Contents

If your website doesn’t stay resourceful, you get no visitors. MediaFem is about safeguarding the interests of both advertisers and consumers – your online traffic.

So, post excellent material; otherwise, MediaFem will have no need for your site.

Key points to note here are:
  • Avoid plagiarism: This violates copyright policies. It gets accounts disabled.
  • As a publisher, make use of original content. Adhere to copyright policies, reference material that is not your own and makes use of links.
  • Avoid posting ads on sites with infringement issues
  • Spelling and grammar mistakes. Spelling and grammar mistakes on posts may get the site banned.
  • Make your blogs content family-friendly. No matter your political ideology, gun right belief, and religion avoid promoting the sale of weapon and ammunition on MediaFem enabled sites.

Adhere to Technical Requirements

For excellent cyberspace experience, language and formatting styles have to be adhered to.

The language requirement is to safeguard users against misinterpretation and misleads.

The formatting requirement is to enable the user to see what they are clicking on. Therefore, make use of:

  • Nice page design that is easier to view. Poor blog designs and low-quality (that fail to load) pages will be disabled.
  • Avoid poorly coded blog designs
  • Make it easy to navigate your site. Avoid unwanted redirects and pop-ups.
  • Avoid scrolling ads: MediaFem prohibits the use of ads that follow the user scrolling act: especially if the ad hovers over the site contents. Before using such an ad technique, get approval.

Have a Privacy and an About Us Page

For MediaFem to serve ads to your site, it must profile your blogs visitors. It does so by collecting information using cookies.

The data collected is safeguarded under MediaFem’s privacy laws. As a publisher, you share in MediaFem’s obligation to maintain the privacy of your people.

Key points to note are:

  • Have an “About Us” or “Contact Us” page: this shows your professionalism. It’s a self-gift – rewarding in the long-run
  • Make sure your website complies with the privacy policies in your region and the viewers country.
  • Avoid the Use of Incentives to Make Visitors View or Click the Ads.
  • Aligning misleading pictures next to ads
  • Using arrows to shift user attention to the ad
  • Formatting the website content such that the user cannot distinguish it from the ad. Ads should be explicit, let the user know they’re clicking on them and out of their own accord.

Avoid Inflating Ad Requests and Impressions

MediaFeam is about genuine marketing and legitimate product desires. As a publisher, you must traffic genuine interests to the advertiser.

After all, the aim of advertisements is about landing the advertiser some prospective customers or leads (impressions, sales or traffic). MediaFem, therefore, prohibits the following:

  • The use of bots and software to generate clicks: any machine-generated click is invalid and a violation of impression legitimacy.
  • Clicking on your ad: As a publisher, don’t click on the ads served on your site
  • Avoid manually manipulating clicks to repeat themselves.

As a publisher, you must not do anything to jeopardize this. Also, do no harm, stay resourceful to your online audience.

Also published on Medium.


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