Adversal Review-Best CPM network alternative to adsense

Last week I’ve pledAdversalged myself to write about Adversal review as I was keep delaying it from couple of months. Adversal is an another great source for monetizing your blog or site and it is one of the best alternative to Adsense. They are into business since 2003 and they were successful in serving publishers around the world.

Adversal Review


Adversal is a CPM ad network which started its early journey from Pop-up ads and today they are into different streams of advertising. Newbies just love Adsense and I’ve personally seen some people shattering over the disapproval by Adsense or if their accounts are shutdown for some reasons. To my experience Adversal is the best medicine for them to cure from Adsense Mania.

Is it a joke? No way. I’m damn serious.

Adversal is doing great and I got the positive feedback from publishers around the world. I hope within couple of years it may grow bigger than Adsense. But, results may vary from site to site. There are certain aspects like content, bounce rate, traffic, niche and price which decides the final outcome.

 How to join Adversal

Joining Adversal as a publisher is not so easy as you think. I remember Tribal Fusion as one of the toughest advertising program one can join. Even Adversal comes into the same category. I’ll try to highlight only foremost requirements to join this program. Being an Adversal publisher your blog or site should meet the following criteria :

1. Your site is eligible to participate in the Adversal publisher program only when it manages to attract 50,000 page views per month.

2. Adversal won’t allow sites which are not updated frequently.

3. The publishers sites shouldn’t host any objectionable content before or after approval.

4. Adversal don’t allow sites which indulges in excessive advertising.

5. The site must contain original content.

6. Incomplete, under construction and single page websites are straightaway gets rejected by Adversal.

If your site meet the above criteria sign up for publisher account.

Adversal Best Features

1. Being an Adversal publisher you can choose a wide range of advertising formats like banner, pop-under, leaderboard, ministitial, medium rectangle, skyscraper and wide skyscraper.

2. Adversal pays its publishers on page impression basis. Unlike other contextual advertising networks Adversal consider page view as the metric to pay. This is a great news to the small publishers.

3. Adversal ad code can escape most of the pop-up blockers available.

4. The CPM rates of Adversal is comparatively high in the market.

5. 100% fill rate.

Adversal Payment

Adversal pays its publishers on NET 35 basis and the minimum payout is $20 when received via check or paypal. This definitely benefits small publishers as they don’t need to wait longer to receive huge payments.

For Wire transfer Adversal publishers should have earnings of at least $250.

Adversal Pros

1. Adversal offers affiliate program to its publishers and they are eligible to earn 10% referral income.

2. Adversal publishers get timely customer support which is a good sign.

3. Adversal accepts all publishers from every corner of the world.

4. Adversal ads are compatible with Adsense unless publishers follow the Google TOS.

5. The reporting system is simply amazing and publishers have complete access to the stats.

Adversal cons

1. The publishers need to attract huge traffic from US and Canada to make more money. The higher the traffic from US and Europe the better the CPM.

2. Sometimes traffic stats may vary due to ad blockers.

3. If your site gets rejected by Adversal then you have to wait for 1 month to reapply.

4. Reporting system is not updated real-time.

Final Conclusion : One can easily guess the conclusion after reading this detailed “Adversal Review”. Adversal is the best alternative to Adsense and I strongly recommend it to all publishers around the globe.

10 thoughts on “Adversal Review-Best CPM network alternative to adsense

  1. I find it pretty hard to digest, that adsense approves my website but in many cases, other small program refuses to accept !!

    1. Hi Arvind,

      Thanks for asking bro. eCPM varies with traffic and niche. May I know about your major traffic source and location? Generally you’ll benefit more with US and European traffic. My sincere suggestion for you is move to other network if it’s not working for you. Meanwhile use their referral program to continue with that network. There are many networks like Propellerads, CPMLeader, Adonly, Superlinks etc. You could find reviews of these advertising networks on my blog. Good luck. 🙂

  2. Why is my Earnings is $0.00 when at time I even have $0.33 eCPM. Can you please help me understand this ?

    Site Impressions Clicks CTR eCPM Earnings
    4/24/2015 4 0 0.00% $0.33 $0.00
    4/23/2015 3 0 0.00% $0.01 $0.00
    4/22/2015 21 0 0.00% $0.03 $0.00
    4/21/2015 6 0 0.00% $0.02 $0.00
    4/20/2015 10 0 0.00% $0.04 $0.00
    4/19/2015 105 0 0.00% $0.05 $0.01
    4/18/2015 183 0 0.00% $0.10 $0.02
    4/17/2015 26 0 0.00% $0.04 $0.00
    4/16/2015 169 0 0.00% $0.11 $0.02
    4/15/2015 36 0 0.00% $0.12 $0.00
    4/14/2015 286 0 0.00% $0.01 $0.00
    4/13/2015 176 0 0.00% $0.01 $0.00

    1. Hello Vinay,

      Generally the earnings depends on the location and number of impressions. The minimum page impressions should be at least 100 and traffic should originate from US and Europe. The earnings would be low for Asian traffic. I hope it helps.

  3. Site Impressions Clicks CTR eCPM Earnings
    4/19/2015 105 0 0.00% $0.05 $0.01
    4/18/2015 183 0 0.00% $0.10 $0.02
    4/16/2015 169 0 0.00% $0.11 $0.02
    4/14/2015 286 0 0.00% $0.01 $0.00
    4/13/2015 176 0 0.00% $0.01 $0.00

    I have more than 100 Impressions for 5 days. But since my traffic comes from India mostly the earnings are so low. Adversal is most definitely doesn’t seem to the way to monetize. No point at all using their service.

    1. Adversal is not recommended for Indians. I’m using Adtomatik ads on my blog. The eCPM and earnings are not bad. Have a try. 🙂

  4. hello suresh,
    This post is very informative and very useful to all who does’t have adsense account thanks for sharing this valuable content

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