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Adnow review : Native advertising network

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Adnow review


Adnow is a UK-based native advertising network. This network is serving thousands of publishers worldwide. The revenue model of this network is CPC/CPM. It is a good alternative to Ayboll and Native Ads networks. Adnow review sites before approving them.

Requirements for publishers to join Adnow native ad network

  • There are no specific traffic requirements for publishers. But, decent traffic sites have more benefits.
  • The sites must not host any objectionable content like pornography, hacking, viruses, spam, adware, spyware etc.
  • The site must not contain any prohibited content.
  • The sites must not have violated copyright laws.

Don’ts

  • Publishers must not alter the ad code.
  • Publishers must not use bots, traffic exchanges, auto refreshing software to generate fake traffic.
  • Don’t ever click on your own ads or encourage others to do.

How does it work

Publishers must upload a text file to the website’s root folder for verification. After verification, your site will be left for moderation. Generally it takes 5-10 minutes for the process. In the meanwhile you can add ad code to display native adverts. Publishers can customize ads according to their preferences.

Note: There might be delay in moderation process on weekends.

Payment

The earnings are purely based on the impressions. Publishers get paid on Net 7 (weekly) basis. The threshold payout is $20. The only payment option available is PayPal.

Referral program

Publishers can make 5% commission referring others to this native ad network.

Pros

  • Non-English sites can join this network.
  • Worldwide traffic get monetized
  • Competitive rates
  • Native ads work with other ad networks like Adsense, Adtomatik or Propeller ads
  • Timely payments
  • Real-time reporting system
  • Rejected sites can reapply again after fixing issues.
  • Referral program

Cons

  • Publishers can’t filter the inappropriate ads directly. Every time they have to contact support team.
  • Sometimes ads seem irrelevant to the content.

Final Conclusion :

Publishers get benefited by using Adnow with other ad networks. Hope this Adnow review help publishers to get started.

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Article written by Suresh

Suresh is author and owner of way2earning.com. He loves to help people by teaching the ways to make money online with advertising and affiliate programs. He is also passionate about technology and love to write reviews.

This Post Has 9 Comments

  1. Sahil kumar Reply

    Good review . I use it for my Hindi Blog.

  2. Praveen Chauhan Reply

    Adnow is good alternative for adsense and they are paying me regularly without any problem. IF some one want to join they can join using this link http://adnow.com/?referral=190385

  3. strongnas Reply

    They will delete your account as soon as it will come the day to make payment, of course you will first chat with support that will say that their data cant be in mistake but then if you have analytics data they will delete and you will not have chance to deal with them. SCAM

    • Suresh Reply

      Did you contact the support team after deletion of your account?

  4. Khan Zubair Reply

    Thanks For Review

  5. Kalpesh Sharma Reply

    Hi ,

    The adnow advertisement network is good in terms of payment and support, I will strongly recommend them.

  6. Rohit Singh Reply

    Guys please don’t signup with Adnow it is really a scam fake website they written off my 145 dollars and it was really my hard earned money they simply deleted my account. I sent them traffic for more than 3 months for free and at the time of payment the deleted my sites and written off my money.

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