In this article, I’m going to review the Adskeeper ad network as it’s one of the few decent native ad networks out there.
I’m going to talk about my journey with them, their site Approval process, ad formats and payout methods, and minimum payment threshold.
Adskeeper is a subsidiary ad network of MGID which is a popular native ads network for Publishers.
I got to know about Adskeeper after I applied for MGID a few years back, I had just seen an income report from a Blogger who earned a great amount of money from it.
Unfortunately, my site didn’t meet the minimum requirements and the issue they posted was that my site was a media site and it doesn’t get up to 3000 pageviews daily.
I got in contact with one of their employees and I got to know more about the rejection, the employee, however, suggested that I Signup for Adskeeper which is another ad network they own.
Your site will get approved on Adskeeper in a few minutes as the ad network has no requirements except that your site should have content, they don’t care if it’s copied or not.
I’d say that Adskeeper is a great Propellerads alternative.
This is what I love most about Adskeeper, you can create different ads with their variety of ad formats which include:
- Native Ads.
- Banner Ads.
- Feed Ads.
- Interstitial Ads.
- Mobile Ads, etc.
With their Interstitial Ad format, you can set add to appear in-between pageviews and you can set the number, it’s kinda like the Google AdSense Vignette Ads.
The best part of all this is that you can see the average visibility of each of your ad units to your website visitors, this helps you increase your ad revenue because the more your visitors see your ad, the higher their chances of clicking on it.
And Yes, Adskeeper is a CPC Ad network, all native ad networks are CPC-based i.e. their advertisers pay for clicks only and not Impressions.
Payment Methods and Thresholds
Adskeeper supports a couple of payment options and publishers get paid monthly, below are the payment methods that were available to me:
- Bank Wire Transfer.
It is important to note that Adskeeper publishers get paid automatically and you must make at least $100 to receive your payments.
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Final Thoughts on Adskeeper Review
Adskeeper is a great ad network for Small Publishers but not better than the Ezoic Ad Network.
With Ezoic, I’ve seen crazy revenue stats and you can too if you sign up for a free account today.
You should apply for Adskeeper of and only if you don’t have unique content on your website which will get you Google AdSense or Ezoic approval.
If you have any questions on this Adskeeper Review article or you have anything you’d like to share with other readers, the comments section is open.