Making money from your original content can be very difficult, especially if you’re just starting out. You may think it’s impossible to generate traffic the same way you get clicks. You may not even understand why one of your readers would click on an ad, but you have to know how to put ads.
Google AdSense is in control of the monetization universe. They choose whether or not to generate revenue on your website or blog. But there are a number of companies that are responsible for getting the ads and that you never have to deal with Google.
These companies decide what type of ads are best for your page and can even present you with Native Ads. These are of content similar to that of your website which increases the chances of generating clicks. But there is a tool that generates clicks much faster: Ad Arbitrage. You can use it to generate more revenue, no matter the source material, you can have a Canadian lifestyle blog or any kind of project.
Arbitrage generates paid traffic and clicks in the same way. This type of help is only found with MediaFem and not communicating directly with AdSense. However, it can generate profits for you and the Ad Network in the same way.
You use traffic generated by another person in arbitrage. The next step is to determine when and what kind of traffic you want to buy, and how much you want to spend on it. The disparity between advertising costs for one resource and money paid for by the other is the net profit. An advertiser is a person buying and selling traffic. This participant redirects traffic by buying and selling it on a website.
It helps people who want to do this thing easily and without wasting a lot of money to actually make money. Arbitration involves a carefully designed plan, like any other practice, to obtain insight into these processes. A new blogger can collect $100 or more a month in the long term, while a specialist in arbitrage can get more than 4 numbers.
MediaFem offers a series of, not only short- and long-term goals regarding profits, but has evolved a series of codes for so-called niche marketing, which allows all ads to reach places where there is real interest in what is offered.
The publisher interacts with a network that provides operational transparency and reporting on a regular basis. It is completely free to use their service due to their effectiveness and dependability. Their business plan is based on a 70% income share for publishers and a 30% share for them.
For their solutions, publishers can choose between the bidding headers and the regular One Ad Code form. A few of the MediaFem ads are video, mobile, web, and native.
Also published on Medium.