Earn from POP ADS & POP UNDER – Basics

Hii Friends,   PopAds is simply the best paying advertising network specialized in Popunders on the internet. This is a less instructive advertising model, as it is not adding anything visual to the site or blog that uses this monetization. In case, it works simply by opening your site on a new window in the browser, when it opens up it displays an advertisement.This format also does not hamper the use of other forms of monetization on your site or blog, nor does it affect your SEO as well, which makes this format very interesting if used correctly. Any way to monetize a website or blog is welcome, as long as it provides satisfactory results, and in the case of the AdFly Pop Ads template, this needs to be tested on your project. It is a model that acts differently from the traditional ones, and can cause strangeness in some more traditional users, which can imply in a higher rejection rate of your site or blog. Pop Under is a less intrusive format, which can guarantee fewer banners in return for a little more income.

Basically, PopAds or any other popup and popunder ad networks are at the lowest tier of digital advertising. They do not follow any advertising guidelines i.e. IAB guidelines. This means that they do not care about user experience, frequency or even label the word “advertisements” clearly on their ads. It is good to note that these trashy ad networks are probably your no.1 reason to the birth of AdBlock and AdBlock Plus.

PopAds earns money through impressions. This means that every time an ad is loaded, regardless of whether it is a popup or popunder, an impression is generated and recorded. A CPM model will be applied, where these networks will charge a small fee per thousand impressions. By violating policies and guidelines, PopAds is able to generate billions of impressions from publishers, hence making money. Using PopAds will indefinitely increase the bounce rate of your website/blog. Your readers will complain and be compelled to install Adblockers on their devices, hurting the ad revenue of legitimate publishers. Instead, consider ad networks such as Unruly, who offers the best and fixed CPM rates for premium publishers. Popunder ad networks are not ethical and are mostly frowned upon by the online communities, publishers who signed up with them can expect a very low cpm payout rates. Most popup ads make money by having the visitor of the page complete a CPA (Cost Per Action) offer. Depending on the offer, when a visitor signs up for a website, downloads an app or completes a survey the advertiser gets money.

Popup traffic is very cheap, advertisers use it to show the ad to thousands of people for a very cheap price. When people act on the ad, the advertiser gets money! Popup advertising has a steep learning curve (Popup ads have a relatively low CR), but when you understand how it works it can be a great online income without too much work. It’s an Ad that pop ups in a new tab or Window (depends on the browser you use) and shows a landing page. If you have visited streaming websites, download websites and basically any website in the entertainment niche that’s not owned by a big brand, you’ve probably seen pop ups and popunders. Pop-up ads or pop-ups are a form of online advertising on the World Wide Web intended to attract web traffic or capture email addresses. It works when certain web sites open a new web browser window to display advertisements. The pop-up window containing an advertisement is usually generated by JavaScript, but can be generated by other means as well. A variation on the pop-up window is the pop-under advertisement, which opens a new browser window hidden under the active window. Pop-unders do not interrupt the user immediately and are not seen until the covering window is closed, making it more difficult to determine which web site opened them.

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