#1. Bing Ads - PPC search, and content network traffic - affiliate friendly and can be very affordable with as low as $25 to start.
#2. 7search - 7 search offers search traffic. For most keywords, the minimum bid at 7Search is $0.01 (one cent). There are some keywords, however, which have specific minimum bids.
#3. Google Adwords - Not very friendly to affiliates when it comes to direct promotion, but if you can create excellent websites and lead capture forms with sales funnels it can work.
#4. Mobclix - A massive mobile ad exchange for your apps. Boasts higher eCPMs and more ad networks.
#5 Mojiva - This is another mobile ad network for you to design a mobile ad, create keyword lists, target users, and launch a mobile ad campaign.
# 6 Buzzcity - BuzzCity is another global advertising network to target consumers around the world on mobile phones and devices.
#7. Rhythm New Media - Rhythm media targets mobile audiences and is for publishers to make money from their mobile apps and websites.
#8. Facebook PPC ads - Works well with many niches. Very strict in Dating, Weight Loss, and Gambling but can sometimes get approvals quickly. The targeting options at Facebook are like no other - you can target just about anything on Facebook.
#9. Plenty of Fish - Allows very precise targeting and works well in many niches not only dating. Many people can target right down to smokers, nonsmokers, overweight, or married. There are tons of options available to test.
#10. Netlog - Offers a more global reach and has about 97 Million members.
#11. Linkedin Ads - Here you can target by job function, and global location mainly. Pretty good for many niches including lead generation in business and finance.
#12. YouTube - Aside from the hundreds of methods to generate free video traffic you can also buy advertising on youtube.
#13. Buy Sell Ads - this is a relatively popular place for people new to buying banner space. It uses a network type of atmosphere to connect webmasters with advertisers. You can target specific ad spots and websites.
#14. Sitescout - This is a real-time bidding platform. You can add banners and target big sites in several different niches. $500 minimum to start.
#15. Banner Garage - Similar to Buy sell ads, this is a platform for buying or selling banner space online. Good for starting out but you can probably get cheaper traffic if you go directly to the sites eventually.
#16. Wam - Wam media group is a good place if you have experience and a decent budget.
#17. Direct Media Buys - You can buy banners on other people's websites. For more info on this method check out my other blog post - Get Massive Traffic From Small Media Buys - Complete Step by Step Guide
If you don't have your own email list, you can buy solo ads.
#18. Fiver Solo Ads - If you don't have a list and you want to explore setting up solo ads Fiverr is a good place to practice, but the traffic quality may be terrible. Sometimes, however, you can find some decent solo ads. This is for practice only and not a big money-maker based on time spent in my opinion. But if you have a very small budget you can start here.
#19. Solo Ads Warrior Forum - Sometimes you can find good solo ads on the warrior forum especially in the JV section or classifieds section on the forum. Just do a search, and you will find several people selling solo ads. Make sure you check around for reviews and try a quality test first if you can.
#20. Online Solo Ad Directories - you can search around for solo ad directories and reviews and find hundreds of places to get solo ads. Click the link above for example.
#21. Traffic Vance - often named as the best PPV traffic source by many affiliates. I have had some good experience with them. They do require $1000 minimum and references to apply.
#22. Lead Impact - easier to get started and approved, and requires only $100 to start.
#23. Media Traffic - Another great source and it requires around $250 to get started.
#24. Clicksor - I have never used this source for traffic but I hear some good things so I thought I would add this to the list