3 CPM Ad Networks That I Use

I received a couple of emails a couple of days ago both asking me if I could point them in the direction of some reliable CPM networks that would pay well. Again I thought that instead of jut replying to them I could turn this into a post and share with as many people as possible.

For those of you who are not clear on what CPM stands for, it means ‘cost per mile’ (cost per thousand). It basically means that they will pay you for every 1,000 unique visitors that you display their adverts to.

Now there are hundreds of CPM networks out there and I could easily just go out and grab a load and plonk them in this article and then publish it. But that is not the way I like to work. Besides what if one of them is a scam or dodgy? I lose what little credibility I may have built up with my readers.

What I decided to do was only include CPM networks that I have actually worked with and am happy to endorse. Obviously this has narrowed down the field a considerable bit but at least none of them will be scams or dodgy.

* I have removed a network from this list due to it closing.


Monetize your site!

They seem to look and act very professional compared to the other networks I’ve used (including Google). Their support is very hit and miss when replying, which can put people off. They are not very picky about which sites they accept but they do seem to only acknowledge one ad unit on a page.

Total earned: $2.28


Underdog is one that I am still messing about with. They don’t seem to offer as many different ads as the other two but none of them have been dodgy in any way so I’m happy to stick with them for the foreseeable future.

I’ve give them almost 11,000 page views and have received under a Dollar so I’m hoping it is a case of me not getting it right, rather than them paying out very poor.

Total earned: $0.74

So there you have it. There may only be three but these are the three CPM networks that I use and I hope that if you join them you will earn a lot more than I have (I’m sure that won’t be difficult!).

If you are part of any CPM networks that do not display ads for dodgy sites then feel free to drop them in the comments section. Please don’t post referral links as I will just delete them. πŸ™‚

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  1. CPM need a lot of traffic. Instead of using CPM networks, it is better to use Contextual Ad networks.

    • You are correct when you say that CPM ads need a ton of traffic, that is one reason why I have only earn a few Dollars with them.

      I use Contextual ads on this blog as well (Adsense, Adtoll, Adbrite) and I find that I earn around the same with them.

      I\’m not saying use CPM ads instead of Contextual ads, for the record I like them both equally. πŸ™‚

  2. Thanks for the info. I have been using Altitude Digital Partners for the best CPMs. They work with the ad networks and monetize 100% of my inventory.They have great customer service, are easily available, and pay on time. It leaves me time to focus on my content!

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