There are few ad networks that are able to advertise content without making it sound like spam. One of the companies that are a pioneer in content advertising is Content.ad. This blog post is a Content.ad review, which will take a look at the different aspects of the native advertising network and how it matches up against the more established market leader in the world of ad networks.
There are few ad networks dealing with content as popular as Content.ad. The network pays publishers to display high quality promoted content on their websites, across the web and on mobile applications, etc. The ad network is a more modern form of earning money of the number of people that you entertain online. Publishers are given a chance to earn money by using the algorithm system on their websites.
The content provided by content.ad networks is usually responsive, it is adjustable in size in line with the outlook of the website; and it loads fast. All of these are measures intended to make sure that the publisher’s website and their reputation is not tarnished because of the ads and that they can enjoy normal functionality on it.
Here is a look at some of the features that Content.ad has to offer to the customers that have become a part of their platform:
- It is fast, in most case it takes little time to sign up and start the process of advertising your brand
- It is compatible across a wide range of devices including tablets, mobile, PCs, etc.
- Higher rates offered to publishers for worldwide traffic
- Makes sure that the publisher’s website is free of malware, etc.
- Does not use ads for objectionable content, which include pornography, etc.
- Offers customers a powerful publisher panel which is backed with loads of advanced features and it can give a person access to hundreds of real time statistics.
The rates being charged by Content.ad are acceptable and justifiable for their services; a good thing is that the rate being paid to the publishers is based on a number of factors that make sure there is no bias against a publisher. Higher Content.ad rates are usually offered to a publisher who has traffic on their websites generated all over the world. The website needs to be free of malware. The fact of the matter is that the higher the rates offered to the publisher, the more traffic they need to be able to generate. The calculation of the rates being paid is made on the basis of eCPM and eCPC advertising.
In terms of the rate that the network charges for its services and for the tools that it provides. That is not as much as one would expect from a network that is able to provide the kind of facilities that are provided by Content.ad. The quality of the promoted content is good, so is the turnaround time. All of this justifies the rate that they are charging, which is still less than rates being charged by other ad networks.
Content.ad Ad Types
The quality of an ad network can usually been ascertained by the type of ads that they have on offer. Content.ad strives to have a wide range of content related ads that can be used on websites to promote brands that advertisers want to promote. Some of the leading ad networks have a wide array of ad types on offer. This is primarily down to the fact that the more wide the array of ad types, the more advertisers and publishers can be attracted to the ad network.
Here is a look at some of the Content.ad ad types on offer:
- Display Ads
- Banner Ads
- Pop Up ads
- Pop Down Ads
- Side Bar Ads
- Promoted Content Ads
Content.ad vs AdSense
At the end of the day, an ad network has to compete with another ad network. Content.ad vs AdSense is one of the comparison that will help provide a measure of the Content.ad ad network.
In terms of quality of service, both AdSense and Content.ad are able to offer a wide range of services to their customers. The two systems offer tools and inventory that can be used to produce advertisements that are both easy to access and targeted at the customers. AdSense understandably is able to take a slight lead in this regard because of it being a Google network.
In terms of area of operations, Content.ad is able to offer a wide range of both publishers and advertisers. This wide array is more than what most ad networks are able to offer. Unfortunately, for the ad network though, Ad Sense has a much bigger area of operations. AdSense operates all over the world in 196 countries, with revenue streams coming from all over the world. It is also one of the largest website collections in the world.
All in all, while Content.ad is unable to topple AdSense, it does pack a punch. It has a number of good things on offer, which makes it a good choice for people who are looking to experiment with ad networks and would want to change AdSense.
Content.ad Review, Rates, Overall
It can be said, having gone through Content.ad review, rates, overall that the ad network does have ability. There is a reason that it is the most popular ad network in the world and the fact of the matter is that while ad networks are not a new addition to the world of online advertising, there are seldom the right content advertisement networks. This network aims to change that situation, and in the process. it becomes a good choice for publishers.
Overall, content.ad is one network that you can and you should use. It is able to offer the right rates, based on proper calculations of visitors. On top of that, the content is looked at by the team of the ad network to make sure it is able to get through the strict and quality standard set by the network.