TrafficBroker Ad Network Review 2020
TrafficBroker is an advertising network that publishers can use to monetize both their desktop and mobile traffic. Each user can choose between popunders, interstitials, banners, redirects and instant messenger options, which makes for a good selection of inventory. There is also a referral program offering 5% of a new publisher’s earnings for every party that connects them to the network.
Publishers must earn a minimum of $100 to see any returns from their activity – this being the lowest amount to withdraw – with monthly transactions available to be made through PayPal, Paxum, Payoneer and wire transfer.
- Instant messenger
- Mobile redirect
CPM (Cost per mille)
Desktop and mobile
Any user can request money from their TrafficBroker account to be transferred to PayPal, Paxum and Payoneer, providing they have met the minimum earning of $100. For wire transfers, the minimum is $1000. All payments are available on a monthly schedule, with transactions taking place at the start of each month, between the 1st – 10th of the month after the minimum was met.
TrafficBroker does not claim any charges for making payments from its accounts to any given platform, although the usual rules of checking for fees on the other side should apply. These can scale up to big fees in the case of wire transfers above the $1000 minimum, so each user should decide on a cost-effective method to transact.
Customer support on Traffic Broker is available through two main methods. For lengthier queries that can wait a day or two for a reply, it’s probably best to use the email option. For shorter questions which either need to be answered quickly or will not require much input from support, the group offers a live chat function via its Skype account.
Terms, Conditions, and Other Notes:
TrafficBroker does not disclose any terms of service for its publishers – only advertisers have a list of rules to follow when connecting with the platform. From our own experience, here are some of the things that are typically banned from ad networks:
- Anything promoting illegal activity, through site content or sales of certain goods.
- Stuffing lots of ads onto a page and without any content to back them up. As a bit of guidance, some networks feel more than six ads per page is too much.
- Sites managing very low traffic. Anything less than 1000 visitors a day might fall into this category.
- Sites based on free blogging platforms.
- Long periods (usually between 6-12 months) of inactivity.
In most cases any users found to be doing the above will face a suspension of their account. However, in some cases there are additional charges to contend with, as many blackhat techniques can be used to generate extra income.
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To help them get closer to the minimum earning of $100, publishers can use TrafficBroker’s very own referral program. This gives them the opportunity to refer a new publisher to the platform via a link supplied by TrafficBroker and earn 5% of their commission as a result.
- Strong range of ad formats
- Referral program for maximizing earnings
- Self-service platform
- Requirement to earn $100 and only available monthly
- Low rates of CPM against competitors
- Redirect chains are lengthy
You may compare Traffic Broker eCPM rates with other ad networks by countries here.
TrafficBroker is a network offering plenty of reasons for publishers to join. One of its biggest benefits is the sheer range of ad formats that each user can choose between, ranging from regular options like popunders and interstitials, across to instant messenger and redirects. A good selection also concerns the payment platforms, which include PayPal, Paxum and Payoneer as well as wire transfer.
Things aren’t so good on the other areas around payments. Each publisher has to earn $100 to make a withdrawal, with this only available on a monthly basis. Not only this, for wire transfers the minimum rises to $1000. With TrafficBroker failing to match its competitors for rates of CPM, having such a big minimum earning is a pretty important point for those who don’t attract a great deal of traffic.
It isn’t all bad news, though, as publishers can use a referral program to top up what they earn through their own advertising. This offers 5% of a new site’s commission to the publisher that referred them – a percentage which can equal to a lot of money over the course of a few months.
For the time being, this ad network is closed, we do NOT recommend working with it. To minimize the risks, we’d suggest you working with any ad network via our mediation service instead of direct partnership.
There are advantages and disadvantages to every ad network. Thanks to ad mediation services like AdSpyglass, publishers can link themselves up to all of the platforms above and reap the benefits that each can offer.
Our process is simple:
- AdSpyglass automatically selects the most profitable offers from top ad networks and displays ads with the highest CPM on your websites.
- AdSpyglass gives our publishers complete transparency over the data we collect
- We automatically switch your ad tags to the most profitable offers
These create three huge advantages for our users:
- An income boost of up to 100% automatically.
- There is no need to change ad tags to reply on your websites templates. You manage all your ads such as network ads or your own ads directly via AdSpyglass admin panel. It helps to avoid mistakes while you add your website templates and saves your time, even more so if you have numerous sites.
- You can see detailed statistics from all inventory ad networks in AdSpyglass reports allowing for granular analysis and the optimizing of campaigns from all your networks in one admin panel.
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And compare all ad networks CPM rates by countries here: Top Ad Networks