Publishers are essential elements in affiliate marketing. They are the ones who will promote your program to thousands of users. The conversion rate and therefore the success of your campaign depends to a large extent on them. For this reason, in this article we will show you the three best ad networks for publishers in 2022.

Now speaking especially about Canada, on average, it’s citizens spent 106 minutes per day on social media and nearly six hours each day on the internet.

Canada’s online population has steadily grown over the last two decades. The number of internet users in Canada increased to 35.6 million in 2021, a new high. This means that 91 percent of Canadians utilize the internet for a variety of reasons.

Canadians are progressively shifting their media consumption to online data due to the ease with which most traditional media formats can now be accessible online.

Thousands of Canadians visit thousands of websites every day. Each country has its own favorites, or websites that receive more traffic than others. Google and Youtube are the most frequently viewed websites in Canada.

Knowing this information, you should take advantage of Canadian online behavior to increase the number of visitors to your website and increase its profitability.


  1. MediaFem

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

Ad Styles are without a doubt MediaFem’s most important advantage since they attract the viewer’s interest on a deeper level, boosting the possibility that they will click on the ad and earn more money. Another big benefit is that MediaFem offers non-averaged publishers a revenue sharing arrangement. It is also unaffected by the physical location of the publisher.

All video, display, mobile, and native formats are supported by MediaFem. It also frequently prints advertisements. You have a range of positioning options to select from, all of which can be modified to fit your website’s style and appearance. To take advantage of real-time bidding, MediaFem offers a variety of header bidding choices.


Keep in mind that MediaFem only pays out to publishers who have a balance of at least $100 at the end of the month. You’ll have to wait 53 days for the payment to be completed if this happens. Additionally, with mobile apps, MediaFem allows you to publish up to five commercials per page and three advertisements per screen.


  1. Taboola

Taboola is a well-known content discovery and native advertising platform that allows businesses to reach highly targeted audiences and scale their traffic growth.

Taboola’s personalized content recommendations can be found in a widget at the bottom, top, or side of blog articles, as well as in the feed. You can also target your audience based on their location, device, operating system, and type of connection.

You have entire control over your campaigns with the program, from setting your own goals to modifying your campaign’s daily ad distribution once it’s live. Taboola is a good alternative for people who want precise information on the efficacy of their ads and where they may improve their strategies.


  1. OutBrain

Another well-known native advertising platform is Outbrain.

 Because of its exclusive tools, high-quality publisher network, regular upgrades, and outstanding support, Outbrain stands out from the rest. The ad network connects publishers to large DSPs via programmatic native ad demand.

To be considered for Outbrain, you must have at least 10 million monthly page visits. With a 0 minimum payment, you can choose between CPC and CPM pricing methods. Outbrain also offers native advertising for display and video ads in-feed and in-article.

CNN, Fox News, The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, Mashable, and a slew of other websites have featured their recommendations.

Also published on Medium.