Question About Ad Networks

by kb24 6 replies
I see a lot of ad networks online but I was just wondering these networks that charge $25 $50 to start your first campaign are they worth it to test offers? I've looked online for reviews and they are mixed.

Most ad networks start at $500. I was just wondering if you get good quality traffic with these ad networks that charge $25 $50 for a campaign..

Anyone know of An Ad network with good quality traffic?
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  • Profile picture of the author volcan
    Networks that have a $25 minimum deposit are usually low quality or they have very little publishers. You will get some results with them but not the results you want.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ajit Khodke
    Originally Posted by kb24 View Post

    I see a lot of ad networks online but I was just wondering these networks that charge $25 $50 to start your first campaign are they worth it to test offers? I've looked online for reviews and they are mixed.

    Most ad networks start at $500. I was just wondering if you get good quality traffic with these ad networks that charge $25 $50 for a campaign..

    Anyone know of An Ad network with good quality traffic?
    It all comes down to split testing. I usually stick with tier 1 ad networks like Google, fb and Bing. But, it takes lot of testing to find a winner with networks that have a low budget start requirement!
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  • Profile picture of the author DeciBoy13
    The market, is the market, is the market!

    It doesn't matter what Network you use, if you are not putting your money into the engine then you won't get any data.

    A great way for you to find out what works is simply to test things and see what works and what doesn't.

    Some of the best advice I could give you is to launch your ads and don't touch them. Let them run the full 15-30days so that you can collect as much data as possible.

    After, pull it down and change one thing - then test it for half the time you let it run the first time and see if you get something new.

    Human behavior is the key. You have to find out what makes people tick!
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  • Profile picture of the author Harryofthe
    Most of the people can't target their visitors as a result their campaign go to hell. Try to understand your customer and their age, gender then create an add campaign. Only Human behavior is the key to success in this sector.

    Interesting--this is not a new problem; black box ad networks of the past basically left both advertisers and pubs in the dark...
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  • Profile picture of the author michdubs
    I use bing ads
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