Apr 06, 2022
In Education Forum
The ad tech industry doesn't start and end with Google AdSense. In fact, there are plenty of alternatives for publishers who want to generate revenue outside of Google. You can combine multiple networks to generate the highest earnings. Here we explore and bring you our top 11 picks for 2021.In this post Lack of time ? These are our top 5 ad networks What is an ad network and why do you need one? How to choose the best advertising network for your business? The Best Publisher Ad Network for 20211. CodeFuel2. Amazon3. Bing for Partners4. Google AdSense and Google Double click Ad Exchange5. Taboula6. Awaken7. Triple Lift8. André monetize9. Adcash10. Index Exchange11. Verizon How do you combine ad networks to get the most out of publishers? Cas cade Auction header Code Fuel Tips for Publisher Success FAQs What is advertising mediation? What is an ad network for display advertising? Is Google an advertising network? What is an Online Advertising Publisher? Which ad network pays the most and has the employee data best CPM? Summary How Code Fuel can help you Lack of time ? These are our top 5 ad networks Code Fuel – A complete holistic solution for publishers, leveraging search, advertising and news monetization options while improving UX. Start now! (Read more)Amazon for Publishers – Unified advertising marketplace for Amazon customers to leverage advertisements on and off Amazon. (Read more)Bing for Partners - Powered by Microsoft, Bing offers premium inventory and over 1 billion monthly visitors. (Read more)Google AdSense and Google Marketing Network – The most popular advertising network, allows publishers to monetize their websites by displaying ads on their digital properties. (Read more)Taboada – An advertising network that associates campaigns with specific publishers. Presents content in a newsfeed format. (Read more)What is an ad network and why do you need one? An ad network is an intermediary that presents the right publisher option to the right buyer. It connects publishers (suppliers) and advertisers (buyers) to match their campaign goals.