Addiliate is a premium advertising network that serves both advertisers and publishers. Advertisers can use the platform to promote their websites, brands, and enterprises, while publishers can make money by displaying these ads on their websites and blogs. Several other advertising networks use this form of commercial cooperation, and the conversion is quite high for both the advertiser and the publisher.
In contrast to banner ads, pop-up ads, and video commercials, Addiliate uses the native advertising strategy. User engagement is a huge benefit of native ads. Native advertising has become the way to go as a result of the rising instances of banner blindness among internet users, and most premium ad networks have adopted it.
Addiliate’s Major Requirements for Publishers
Your site must have a significant quantity of traffic, a nice website design, original material, and be free of adult content in order to be accepted into Addiliate. Most advertising networks have these fundamental regulations and conditions in place before allowing publishers to join their network. When you go to the Addiliate publisher sign-up page, though, you’ll notice that the minimum pageview criterion is 500,000!
Surprisingly, Addeliate will accept you into its publisher network even if your website does not receive such massive monthly visitors. This could be due to increased rivalry among advertising networks, and enforcing too severe a restriction could deter otherwise viable publishers, resulting in reduced conversions for advertisers.
Signing Up for Addiliate
It’s simple to sign up for Addiliate, and the approval procedure takes only 48 hours. However, due to recent changes, publishers must now use a bespoke email when signing up, and common email services such as Gmail, Yahoo, and Mail.com are no longer accepted.
If you are a US citizen or resident in the US, you must fill out, sign, and submit a W9; if you live outside the US or your business is located outside the US, you must fill out, sign, and submit a W8. In addition, you must complete a profile.
You must also complete a profile that allows the publisher to pick between cheque, ACH (for US) or wire transfer as a payment method.
Ad traffic, clicks, impressions, and earnings reporting
Addiliate reports the number of impressions and clicks obtained by its advertising on a publisher’s site or blog, as well as the earnings generated by these impressions and hits. Because Adblade is a CPC network that only pays for genuine clicks, the quantity of pageviews a site obtains has no bearing on how much money it makes. Although Adblade bills itself as a premium network, their compensation per click for tier 1 traffic (the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia) is only $0.04! Because the payout threshold is $100, it would take around 2500 valid clicks for a publisher to earn $100.
Addiliate does not declare its monthly payment to publishers, making it difficult for a publisher to pursue any unpaid or unreported earnings. Having statistics for payments and earnings delivered to publishers can assist a publisher in tracking his earnings and reporting missed payments, particularly if the payment was sent via wire transfer.
Addiliate’s Customer Support Is Terrible.
Addiliate Network lists many contact emails and phone numbers on its website, but none of them can be utilized to contact customer service.
Addiliate Only Prefers Legitimacy
If you violate any of Addiliate’s publisher terms and conditions, such as bot traffic, invalid clicks, or impressions that affect profits, Addiliate will not offer you a second opportunity! It doesn’t even allow for any kind of explanation from the publisher, even if the problem is related to technical faults or spyware that disrupts website traffic. Unfortunately, this is not a positive part of the network, as a publisher’s genuine revenues should be reimbursed if concerns are resolved.
Addiliate may improve on this by filtering out bot traffic or any other kind of infringement by a publisher and only pays for legitimate traffic, rather than simply refusing a publisher a month’s earnings without any research or deliberation.
Advice to Publishers
If you want to utilize Addiliate to monetize your website or blog, you should be aware of the benefits and drawbacks. When compared to Taboola, Outbrain, or Revcontent, you’ll have to cope with bad customer service and low profits per click. You should also avoid promoting your site on Facebook because this can result in an unexpected rise in visitors.
Even if it is authentic and natural, Adblade frowns on social media traffic! If you have bot traffic or invalid clicks, you may face a quick suspension of your account without payment. You can stay with Addiliate as a publisher for a long time if you can stay away from Facebook or other social media traffic, keep your site clean of bot traffic or invalid clicks, and bring more traffic to your site.
3 out of 5 for Addiliate payment.
- An unknown amount of money will be paid out.
- Payment options include check and ACH direct deposit.
- Net 30 is the payment term.
The minimum payout threshold is $100 for domestic ACH and $250 for international ACH.
So, what do people expect from book publishers? Unfortunately, unless you meet their conditions, you won’t know. We know about the 500,000 monthly views–which works out to approximately 17,000 per day for those at home–but that’s it.
Our Personal Experience
Aside from the network’s exclusivity, the price may be the most significant impediment. You pay to get visitors to visit your website as an advertisement. Some ad networks offer clicks for as little as one cent up to 15 or 20 cents for each click. Addiliate charges between 50 cents and a dollar per click for most verticals, with some of the most competitive verticals charging considerably more.
I do have one significant complaint about Addiliate, and that is their customer service. It’s all too easy, for example, to forget to include the Addiliate tracking pixel in the advertisements you run, resulting in ads that aren’t optimized. You’ll end up running on less-than-ideal posture, which will cost you money.
Contacting their customer service for assistance will get you through the problem, but you won’t get a refund or any special treatment. Because they’re used to dealing with large corporations, their capacity to satisfy small firms is limited.
Because getting traffic from Adblade is so expensive, you really need to be in the correct business to generate money. You can’t afford to run CPM advertising on your site and expect to make any money. Instead, you’ll need to sell high-value offerings or your own products. Unless you have a very high response rate, the volume will not be enough.
You won’t have any issues with Adblade if you don’t care what the company does as long as their traffic is legitimate. If you’re concerned about the morality of supporting a firm that lies about competitors to gain an advantage, you might want to think twice.
Overall, Adblade has the potential to be a very effective advertising network. It can also be incredibly profitable for publishers, provided they have the traffic to qualify for the web in the first place. Aside from its dubious morality, the site works, and it works effectively.