List of Paid Traffic Sources!

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Pay Per Click Traffic Sources

Google Adwords –
MSN Adcenter -
Looksmart – LookSmart > Pay-Per-Click Search Advertising
7Search – 7Search | Pay-Per-Click Search Engine Advertising Network
Facebook Ads – Advertising | Facebook
MyAds –
Clicksor – Contextual Online Advertising and Behavioral Marketing Company
Marchex - Marchex : Pay Per Click
AdSide – AdSide
Adblade – Adblade - Online Advertising and Monetization Services
Adbrite – adBrite Exchange
AdSonar –
POF Ads - – Online Advertising Company : PPC : Email Traffic : Remarketing : Display Advertising : Online Ads : Pay Per Click Advertising :
Pulse360 – Pulse 360 - The Leader in Content Targeted Sponsored Links on the Web's Best Sites
AdClickMedia – AdClickMedia Advertising Network - Pay Per Click Advertising, online text advertising, banner advertising, and Interstitial advertising.
Bidvertiser – BidVertiser - Pay Per Click Advertising On Sites Of Your Choice.
Adknowledge – | The leading long tail marketplace
Findit-quick - Pay Per Click | Pay Per Click Advertising | PPC | PPC Advertising | Pay Per Click Search Engine
AdManage – Admanage affiliate and advertising network - PPC, CPC Banner, In Text, Display Ads, CPV, Domain Parking
Findology –
AdMarketplace – Performance-Driven Search Advertising |
Ezanga -

Pay Per View Traffic Sources

Media Traffic – Media Traffic - CPV PPV Contextual Advertising
Trafficvance – Trafficvance :: Advanced Display & Text Link Traffic | Home
DirectCPV – Pay Per View PPV Cost Per View CPV Contextual Online Advertising Network
AdOnNetwork – Pay Per Click Advertising | Pop Under Ads | AdOn Network
Lead Impact – LeadImpact

Pay Per Text Traffic Sources

Infolinks – Pay Per Click Advertising - In Text Ads for Websites by Infolinks
Kontera – Kontera
50onRed – Performance is Paramount | 50 on Red
Vibrant Media – Vibrant - The Leaders of Contextual and In-Text Advertising
Linkworth – LinkWorth | Search Engine Marketing - Text Link Advertising
Inlinks - inLinks - In Content Link Market Place
InText – InTEXT SYSTEMS (wwwserver2)

Media Buy Traffic Sources

Casale Media – Casale Media - Home
Valueclick – http://www.valueclick.com
Tribal Fusion – Home « Tribal Fusion
Traffiq –
Yahoo AdReady - AdReady - Online Display Advertising Campaign Software for Agencies, Advertisers & Publishers | AdReady
Ask –
Illyx - illyx Network | Affiliate platform Pay per install, impression, click
MegaClick - NOTICE – Online traffic marketplace, where website owners and online marketers do business. – Shopping Search |
BuySellAds – Buy Ads | BuySellAds
DoubleClick – DoubleClick: The technology foundation for digital advertising
Burst Media - BURST MEDIA
Dashboard Ad - Dashboard Ad
Adengage - AdEngage - Engaging Internet Advertising
CPX Interactive - Welcome to CPX
Undertone - Undertone
Ad Pepper - ad pepper media: Home

Contextual Pop Ups

Adoori – Adoori - Reinvent Your Advertising.
Infinity ads - Contextual Advertising | Pop Under - Pop Up Ads - Targeted Internet Advertising Services


AdRoll – Retargeting and Display Advertising | AdRoll Retargeting
AdRetargeting – Ad Retargeting - Behavioral Retargeting - Behavioral Marketing - Search Retargeting
Fetchback - FetchBack - The Retargeting Company
Recrue Media - Retargeting Advertising | Retargeting Companies | Recrue Media

Domain Traffic

Elephant Traffic -


Admob – Mobile advertising with AdMob: mobile ads for apps ? Google Ads
Jumptap – Jumptap | The Leader In Targeted Mobile Advertising
inMobi – InMobi | Global Mobile Ad Network
Adfonic – Adfonic
Mojiva – Mobile Advertising with Mojiva's Mobile Ad Network
Mobclix – Mobile Advertising, App Advertising and Analytics, Mobile Ad Exchange, Mobclix

Credits to Gaugher Chaudhry. I got this list when I opt-ined on his blog. It's a great list so it might be a good share for those who are starting.
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