RevenueHits review : Online Advertising Network For Publishers

RevenueHits review
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RevenueHits is a Israel based digital advertising platform founded in 2008. It has been successful in serving advertisers and publishers across the world. They claim of delivering more than 2 billion impressions per day. RevenueHits mainly offers CPA campaigns to its publishers.

RevenueHits review

Many publishers often get confused with them as CPM campaigns. Publishers get paid when someone takes action. The action could be anything like signing up a newsletter or joining a site. For instance if a user buys a product from your merchant link (Banner) you get 70% revenue share. Unlike other contextual advertising programs it doesn’t pay for clicks and page impressions.

These days small publishers have more chances to get banned from Google Adsense program. It’s always better to stay safe by searching a right alternative. RevenueHits agreed that it might not replace Adsense in the long run but it can still be considered as the better alternative. Apart from content publishers could also monetize toolbars, Search, add-ons, widgets and mobile sites. Isn’t it cool.

Unlike other ad networks RevenueHits accepts publishers without any restrictions. However publishers shouldn’t manipulate the ad code and encourage others to click ads. Accepted publishers may see irrelevant ads on their sites for the first time. It takes at least 3 days to monitor your traffic. Later one could see targeted and relevant ad inventory.

Publishers could reach $30 eCPM mark if they managed to attract huge potential traffic from US, Canada and Europe. Getting traffic is not enough as RevenueHits doesn’t bother about it. But, in this case conversions matter most. To boost up the earnings publishers must place ads above the fold and write great content to attract potential global audience. Some publishers may experience very low eCPM and it’s because of  no conversions.

Ad Formats

RevenueHits publishers have access to various ad formats like Banner, Pop-under, Slider, Shadow box, Top banner, 158*21 button, Footer and Interstitial.  Publishers could use different sizes of banners to increase visibility. RevenueHits suggests to use slider, shadow box and pop-under for better performance.


The publishers get paid on Net 30 basis. The payment mode is PayPal, Wire transfer or Payoneer. The threshold payout is $50.

Note: All the earnings are liable to tax as per their country rules.


  • 100% Fill
  • Easily accepted in the publisher program
  • Detailed report system
  • Revenuehits ads can work along with other ad networks.
  • Support team are very helpful


  • Newbies can’t go with this network easily as the campaigns need to convert as sales or leads.
  • Small publisher sites with low traffic may experience low CTR and eCPM.
  • Sometimes users may get irritated with low performance ads.

Final Conclusion : RevenueHits work for those sites which are more engaging and attract decent traffic from Europe. Hope this Revenuehits review help publishers to get started.

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3 thoughts on “RevenueHits review : Online Advertising Network For Publishers”

    1. Yes they will take some time to optimize. So wait for 3-4 days and if you still see the same ads then better move on to other ad network.

  1. Not the network you want if you want reliable income. May get $20 one day and nothing for a week. Banner ads do not pay well by themselves although by default you get popup and bounce ads which could be the real payers. Depends on your traffic I suppose. I got very high ecpm early on and kept decreasing week by week. Almost nothing now. Probably because I get lots of return traffic and they are not getting “caught” by the offers of free downloads and free movies anymore (you will get a lot of those). Still use it but as fallback only.

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