Adscompass Ad Network Review 2018

Adscompass is an advertising platform, that offers monetization both for desktop and mobile traffic. The network uses various technologies of advertising, such as openRTB, XML Feeds, Directlink and Popup Banner. Adscompass has no restrictions on the amount of traffic, which is also really attractive to the publishers.

The company offers on-time payout starting from $50, which is normally paid after one month of working.
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TrafficStars Ad Network Review 2018

TrafficStars is a real-time bidding ad network that provides an opportunity for publishers (both beginners and experts) to gain money monetizing their desktop, mobile and tablets traffic via all sorts of ad types with an impressive inventory including, but not limited to banners, pop-ups, and pop-unders.

Take notice that they offer for purchasing adult traffic only. Once you have earned $100 you may withdraw your revenue through PayPal, Paxum or Wire Transfer. Unfortunately, for the time being, TrafficStars offers no referral program.

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TrafficHaus Ad Network Review 2018

TrafficHaus is a self-serve real-time bidding platform that was founded in 2013. It is not a leading ad network (if compared to such giants as ExoClick for example) but it still seems like a solid middling platform for publishers to sell all possible kinds of traffic. They accept both desktop and mobile (as well as tablet) traffic and have a really great variety of ad units (popunders, interstitials, floating banners and plenty more to choose from). Adult niche is the primary target of TrafficHaus although they also take into consideration other themes like Entertainment, Art and Design, Bussiness and so on. Continue Reading








Reporo Ad Network Review 2018

Reporo is a mobile-only ad network which prides itself on a truly international reach, high ROI and cutting-edge technology. The platform shows serving 16 billion impressions per month, spread across over 200 countries, with sales managers in multiple territories enabling ‘worldwide monetization’ for publishers.

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