AdCash is one of the top ad networks in the world, very similar to AdNow, but Does it pay per click?
Does AdCash Pay Per Click?
The Simple Answer is Yes.
AdCash pays Publishers for both Clicks and Impressions but it all comes down to the advertisers’ campaign intent, if the advertiser bids for clicks then you get paid for clicks.
Some Advertisers may bid for Video Views and not clicks and in that case, your commission will still be the same after your visitor watches a video and goes on to click on it.
How Can you earn more money from AdCash?
If you want to make a lot of cash from AdCash, you simply need traffic from anywhere possible and you need to implement their new and improved Auto-Tag ad format.
AdCash’s Auto-Tag simply combines all the different ad formats which are available to AdCash publishers into one single piece of code kind of like Google AdSense Auto Ads.
Implementing AdCash’s Auto-Tag and getting about 10,000 unique visitors per month will make you a decent revenue, the only problem is that the Auto-Tag will deplete the overall user experience on your website which isn’t good at all.
As of mid-June 2021, Speed and Core Web Vitals became part of Google’s Page Experience Ranking Signals.
If you search for any term on Google, take the URL of the top-ranking pages, and plug it into Pagespeed Insights, you’ll notice that 99% pass Core Web Vitals.
Should you Signup for AdCash?
Though AdCash is a decent enough ad network, I do not recommend you signup up for it simply because there are better Alternatives in the ad tech industry.
I hope you enjoyed this article because I sure enjoyed writing it, but there’s more for you to read:
- How does an Ad Network Work?
- What is the Highest-Paying Ad Network?
- 10 Best Ad Networks for Small Publishers.
- High CPC Ad Networks for Publishers.
- The Video Ad Networks for Bloggers and Publishers.
Anyways, you can always ask your questions and leave a review below… I’d be happy to answer your questions 🙂