Native ads review – native advertising network

Native Ads review

Native Ads inc. is a reputed native advertising network. Hundreds of advertisers and publishers trust Native Ads. Native ads is the perfect solution for web and app publishers to monetize their content. The revenue model of this network is CPC as well as CPM. Native Ads are specialized in wide range of categories from arts to entertainment.

Adsense disabled or disapproved publishers have great advantages with Native ads. Publishers won’t experience disappointing results with Native Ads CTR. There are brighter chances for content publishers to make more money with Native Ads when compared to its competitors. Native Ads review every publisher application before approving it. They may take maximum 1 day to review your site.

Ad format

The advertising formats of Native Ads are Display, Text, Mobile and Native. Publishers could choose different sizes under these formats. Some ad types depend on CPC model where as others work on CPM model. The widgets used by Native Ads to show sponsored stories are content recommendation, IAB, Apps & Games, In Stream, Desktop, Mobile and In Image.

Requirements to join Native Ads advertising network

  • Native Ads don’t care about site traffic. Anyone big or small publishers can apply.
  • Sites having hacking, gambling, malware or warez software are not allowed to join.
  • Sites having pornography and violence content must not apply Native Ads.

Best features of Native Ads advertising network

  • There are absolutely no traffic restrictions for publishers. Any site having legal content can monetize with Native Ads.
  • If site is rejected for any reason publishers can apply for re-review.
  • High CTR rates
  • Easy installation
  • Publishers have access to more advertising formats. They can benefit well by mixing different sizes.
  • Revenue share is high compared to other ad networks i.e 70% .
  • Real time stats
  • Publishers can customize ads according to their preferences.
  • Widgets are highly responsive i.e. they work on all gadgets.
  • Content recommendation ads boost user engagement.
  • Excellent support

Cons of Native Ads advertising network

  • It may take long time for small bloggers to reach $100 threshold payout.

Payment Info

Native Ads pays its non-video publishers on Net 45 basis and Net 65 basis for video publishers. The threshold payout is $100 when paid via PayPal and it is $500 for Wire transfer.

Final conclusion of Native Ads advertising network

Web publishers having clean sites with great content must try Native Ads. Native Ads network is a best alternative to Taboola and Outbrain. Hope this Native Ads review helps publishers to get started.

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10 thoughts on “Native ads review – native advertising network

  1. Hi Suresh,

    Thank you so much and i enjoyed reading this post. let me try the nativeads. As you said, if it works for me then it will be great to earn an extra income. Ive appliced now and let see the results…if possible ill update you. God bless

    1. Hello Ramesh,

      I’m glad you liked my article. I wish you good luck with Native ads. Thank you for the comment. Keep visiting. 🙂

  2. Hey Suresh,
    Its a Great Review about Native ads. I really enjoyed it. Thank you for sharing this informative article with us.
    Regards: Raman

    1. Hey thanks for the comment dude. I’m very glad to hear that you liked Native ads review. 🙂

  3. I’ve read this under “What is required for a publisher or website to be approved?” in their Knowledge Base:

    “Minimum Traffic requirement: 300,000 Visitors per month with a minimum of 50% US”

    What’s going on?

  4. Hi Suresh, But when I enquired they said my blog should have minimum of 100,000 page views every month.
    What is your say on this?

    1. Hi bro,

      When I asked the existing publishers they said that this network doesn’t care about traffic. But, it is quite surprising to know that they need huge traffic. You could try any other native ads network bro. 🙂

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