In our Ad Network Review Series at Tech Urdu, we have already talked about Google AdSense, Media.net, Propeller Ads, Infolinks. So far as the case of Google AdSense or Media.net is concerned, these don’t generally give approval to new blogs or sites, which really makes upset new publishers. In this series of Ad Network Review, we mainly talk about those Ads providing services which are suitable for new publishers and give quick approval so that the newcomers start earning without further frustration. The detailed review of Propeller Ads, Infolinks is the steps in this direction. Today we are going to talk about RevenueHits which is a great ad network for small publishers with no minimum traffic required. So, if you’re a publisher looking for a new and quick way to increase your revenue, maybe it’s time to give this ad network a try.
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Follow the steps given in the video (below) for step by step instructions. Anyhow, getting registered / sign up is pretty simple. Once registered, place your ad codes on your site and start earning. For any complications, watch the video or you can ask in the comments section below. You can check out this post for detailed procedure of setting up, generating, and adding ads on your site.
RevenueHits was founded in 2008 and since then it has grown steadily and strongly. Today, many publishers consider RevenueHits one of the alternates of Google AdSense, and one of the best way to increase their overall monthly earnings. It accepts sites that have been rejected by Google Adsense program. It is very different when compared to the other ad networks on this list.
RevenueHits Ad Options
RevenueHits offers many ad options available including pop-ups, pop-unders, ad-block pop-under, banners, sliders, footers, site-under ads, desktop interstitial and more. The more ad options which are available, the better the target audience can be reached and engaged with. That means that your blog’s ad space will not show ads that do not perform well, as RevenueHits uses advanced algorithms to research and examine the ways to place the ads with the goal of continually improving their performance.
RevenueHits has come with one of the latest and revolutionary monetization option, and that is Desktop Interstitial. It is a great replacement for pop, Google safe, and it has high payouts due to the fact that is used by premium advertisers.
RevenueHits is a CPA advertising network that delivers results for its advertisers. For us (publishers), they’re basically a PPC/CPM network (depends on the type of ads you’re using) and it’s definitely one of the best you can find out there.
A banner is an advertisement embedded into a web page. Banners have different sizes, can be located in different places, and can be static or animated, depending on the technology used to make them.
A pop ad offers a very effective way to generate instant revenues from your existing website traffic due to its high visibility.
The pop opens the ad window behind the current browser window – making it visible only when the user closes the window or tab.
In Page Push
In-Page Push resembles the classic Push. It is displayed on a specific webpage and does not require a subscription from your website’s users, therefore it is visible to ALL users, including iOS users.
A button is a small graphical advertising unit, placed anywhere on the page.
A footer ad consists of a banner that is displayed horizontally across the bottom of the viewed section of a webpage, above the content. The footer maintains its position in the browser as the visitor scrolls down the page. At the left side of the banner appear social icons, and at the right side appears a search box.
A full-screen advertisement that is displayed at natural transition points in the flow of the editorial content structure, like between two content pages. Its layer is transparent, and it is clicked wherever the visitor clicks on the page.
An opaque box that appears in the middle of the screen, displaying your ad. If you’re worried about ad blindness, a shadow box cannot be ignored.
A banner that is located in different places on the webpage and stays fixed while the visitor scrolls up or down.
A message that pops up on the mobile screen and gives the visitor two options in order to proceed: press ok or cancel.
Important Note: Some people (and even Google) have expressed their opinion and pop-up/pop-under ads are not warmly welcomed anymore, so I recommend you to stick with interstitials as it’s probably the format that better replaces the outdated pop ads.
RevenueHits Offer Types
RevenueHits offers CPA, CPM, Display & Rich Media, Text Ads, Pop-Up/Under.
Common verticals (niche) include Movies, Music, Gaming, Sport, Dating, Mobile, Shopping, Blogging, Streaming, Coupons, Travel, Entertainment, Insurance, Software, and more. This ends up working well for both large and small publishers. RevenueHits has the capability to identify small markets and advertise to them effectively.
Payment Threshold (Minimum Payment Withdrawal)
Transferring money is much easier. You can withdraw once your account has a balance of $20. This is compared to the $100 limit for an AdSense account. RevenueHits has a net 30 days after the end of the month. For example, for January earnings, you will be paid at the end of February. The minimum payout is $20 for PayPal and Payoneer and $500 for wire transfer. Transferring and tracking earnings is easily done through the RevenueHits dashboard.
As of now these are available payment methods: PayPal, Wire, Payoneer, Bitcoin (based on Account Manager approval).
RevenueHits Average eCPM
The average RevenueHits earnings has the potential to earn from a few cents up to $60 eCPM. eCPM is total earnings divided by the total number of impressions, in thousands.
RevenueHits Minimum Traffic Requirements
As of now, there is no minimum traffic requirements for RevenueHits. It means your new blog or site is easily approved and get monetized.
Specific Publisher Language Required
There is no such requirement to get your site approved by RevenueHits.
Publisher Prohibited Content
Adult content, hate speech, harassment, sales of illegal firearms and other content publishers would expect to see blocked on a mainstream ad network of this type. RevenueHits also prohibits a variety of navigation techniques such as redirection, unsolicited emails, forced clicks and other tactics as outlined in their terms of service.
Can RevenueHits be Used with Google AdSense or other Ad Networks?
RevenueHits can be used by to increase ad revenue by combining RevenueHits with other ad networks. Regarding AdSense, you do have to make a choice. The Terms and Conditions of AdSense won’t let you use RevenueHits at the same time.
[Video Tutorial] RevenueHits – A Great Ad Network for Small Publishers with No Minimum Traffic Required [Hindi/Urdu]