Adblade review – Premium Advertising Network


Adblade Review

Adblade started its journey in 2008 and today it’s one of the leading advertising networks in the world. Publishers could get access to Adblade premium ad inventory to monetize their content. According to Adblade they are serving more than 600 million monthly unique visitors globally. These numbers clearly tells us how reputed it is. Adblade is known as the most safest and best advertising network in US.

Adblade is very strict when it comes to approval of publisher sites. Adblade only allows sites with minimum 500,000 unique page impressions per month to join their publisher program. As a result only few premium publishers uses Adblade digital advertising network. Adblade team review every site thoroughly before approving. Sites containing objectionable content like alcohol, gambling, adult and warez are not accepted.

Adblade tied up with hundreds of reputed brands. The niches of the ads could be anything from heath to technology. The ad formats provided by Adblade are NewsBullet, half page, display banners, mobile ads and video ads. These ads again comes in different sizes (728×90, 300×250, 160×600, 300×600, 600×250, 500×300, 320×250) .


Adblade pays its publishers based on CPC, CPA and CPM models. Publishers get paid via PayPal and Check on Net 30 basis. The minimum payout is $100.


1. CTR, eCPM and CPA rates are very high when compared to other networks.

2. Ads are very much relevant to the site niche.

3. High quality ad inventory. One wouldn’t find any spammy download or hijack ads.

4. Adblade ads are compatible with other networks like Adsense.

5. Real time reporting system


1. This network doesn’t work for small publishers.

2. Traffic requirements are very high.

3. Very hard to get approval.


Adblade works only if your site manages to attract at least 500,000 unique page views monthly. One could benefit more if the traffic generates from US, UK, Australia and Europe. It won’t work well with Asian traffic.

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23 Responses

  1. Mike says:

    I applied for Adblade with a lottery based website which has around 500k pageviews every month.
    The traffic is not stable every month because when jackpots become very big, traffic explodes and the pageviews as well.
    They said that they don;t accept gambling related content, and I returned that lottery results and lottery archives are not truly gambling because the content is not related with casinos and so on.
    Even so, they were not impressed and they rejected my request.

  2. Robert says:

    True, they are hard to get approved.

  3. Vishwajeet Kumar says:

    I love adblade. they approved my blog even its get very low traffic. Their support team contact me after my application and we discuss how I drive traffic to my blog. Luckly I got approved and earning decent amount. I love their support team quite responsive.

  4. Suraj says:

    Approved. Let’s see how much it pays!

  5. Shahadat Hossain says:

    Their support system is just horrible. After getting approval, I have sent them more than ten emails. But still haven’t received any response. Anybody got paid from them?

  6. Suresh says:

    Hello Shahadat can you send me your account id and payment screenshot.

  7. kemmy says:

    Hello Suresh,
    How are you today. I stopped by often at your blog to read some of your post which a lot of times I find interesting and informative. I want you to shed light on some issues for me. Adsense just disabled my account, devasted at that.
    I applied to adblade as publisher, I was given approval even with my very low traffic that I have. It is quite far from the 500,000 monthly pageview. I find that interesting and supernatural

    The issue I have now is the tax form issue, I am not a US citizen, not resident in US. I am a Nigerian a country in West Africa.

    Pls enlighten me about how to go about the tax form for non us residents because the requested for my country’s equivalent of W9 form


    • Suresh says:

      Hello Kemmy,

      Please contact your bank as soon as possible. They will guide you. You don’t get paid by Adblade unless you submit W9 or equivalent form.

  8. Ayejoto says:

    Hi Suresh,
    Am from Nigeria also and i’ve submited my equivalent tax form and yet i’ve not been paid. I’ve send in several mails to adblade with no response and i have almost $3000 which i expectected to be paid over some months now.

    Do you think adblade still function or they’re out of service. Can you help reach out to them in my behalf?

    • Suresh says:

      I’m sorry dude as they are not responding. Do you have friends in US? If yes then tell them to reach their office in New Jersey. If no then write a letter to them and post it to their office address directly. Take necessary photocopies of documents and enclose them in your letter.


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