Start Experimenting with CPM networks

If you are getting a good traffic lately, start experimenting with CPM networks. You can earn incentives from impressions and visits from the advertisements and even from the clicks on the ads. There are lots of high-paying CPM networks today, the higher the payout the higher the traffic requirements. But there are also CPM networks that requires a small amount of traffic but pays a good amount for every 1000 impressions. Below are listed CPM networks that you can start experimenting with your blog.

  1. Popuptraffic.com
    • Types of CPM avaible: Pop-Under
    • Ways of getting paid: Check, Paypal
    • How often they pay:twice a month
    • Minimum: 25$
  2. Clicksor.com
    • Types of CPM avaible: Inline text Links, Text Banners, Graphical banners, Popunder, XML feeds, Layer Ads, Inter-ads
    • Ways of getting paid: Check, Paypal
    • How often they pay: Twice a month ( 1st and 15th )
    • Minimum: 50$
  3. Freedomofads.com
    • Types of CPM avaible: Pop-Under, In Page Banner
    • Ways of getting paid: Paypal, MoneyBookers, Check, Wire Transfer
    • How often they pay: Monthly
    • Minimum: 10$(MB, Paypal), 50$(Check), 500$(Wire)
  4. AdsDaq
    • Types of CPM avaible: In Page Banner, text links
    • Ways of getting paid: Check
    • How often they pay: Monthly
    • Minimum: 50$
  5. Interclick.com
    • Types of CPM avaible: In Page Banner
    • Ways of getting paid: Paypal
    • How often they pay: NET-45
    • Minimum: 100$
  6. tribalfusion.com
    • Types of CPM avaible: Popups, In Page Banner
    • Ways of getting paid: Check
    • How often they pay: NET-45
    • Minimum: 50$
  7. burstmedia.com
    • Types of CPM avaible: Popups, In Page Banner
    • Ways of getting paid: Check, Paypal, electronic transfer
    • How often they pay: NET-15
    • Minimum: 50$
  8. realtechnetwork.com
    • Types of CPM avaible: Popups, In Page Banner
    • Ways of getting paid: Check, Paypal, ACH Direct Deposit, Bank Wire
    • How often they pay: NET-20
    • Minimum: 20$

10 thoughts on “Start Experimenting with CPM networks

  1. Hi Ram,

    I really want to try TribalFusion but the requirements are very hard to achieve as of now since I only get a minimal traffic. But so far, my AdSense is doing good with my blogger blog as it gets more than 60k impressions a month, and I can live with that (lol)

    Thanks Ram.

    Jp

  2. Hey, I am just getting back into blogging. I’ve relaunched an old site that I moved from wordpress.com.

    I’ve only played around with a few ad networks since my websites don’t get much traffic. Back in 2008, I was getting like $1+ per click on adsense. Now, I get under ten cents per click? What happened to adsense?

    I’ve just joined Technorati Media, but I am still waiting for the code. I don’t imagine that my site will ever get more than 10k uniques per month, so I guess it really doesn’t matter too much which ad newtwork I use.
    .-= Jay´s last blog ..Branched-chain amino acid supplementation for athletic performance =-.

  3. Hi Jay,

    I don’t have any idea why it dropped down to cents from $1, maybe it’s because of the niche. Niche sites/blogs have different advertisers too so maybe the more in demand the niche the higher the CPC rate.

    Or maybe the PR of your site. I’m not sure though but I read a blog before that the higher the PR you have, the higher the CPC rate.

    Anyways Jay, I invite you to guest post here in my blog. You can include a link and with this you can have a high quality backlink.

    Thanks for dropping by Jay.

    JP

  4. Hey thanks for the quick response. It’s probably a combination of both. Back in 2008, SEO was different. I had four websites with PR3-4 each. Back then, it was really easy to generate PR by interlinking sites and using article marketing. Now, article marketing is dead since websites don’t want to republish duplicate content–even if they did, it doesn’t seem like duplicate content passes PR juice anymore.

    All of my old sites which I didn’t maintain faced a big drop in PR. Pr3-4 to 1 or 0 now. I’ve noticed now that Google doesn’t seem to count links from sites that share the same Adsense publisher ID which is interesting.

  5. I am surprised to see that you spend money to PPC advertising campaigns. Is that for other sites or do you use PPC for dollarshower traffic? As for me, I haven’t personally spent any money on PPC ads in over 3 years. I find that it is not as effective as organic search traffic.

  6. I’ve only performed around with a few ad systems since my sites never get much visitors. Back again in 2008, I was getting like $1+ per simply click on let’s consider google adsense. Now, I get under ten dollars per click? What occurred to adsense…………

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