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Best Ad Networks Coupons & Promo Codes in 2024

There are a lot of ad networks vying for advertisers’ and publishers’ attention today. Due to fierce competition among these networks, many are offering enticing coupons and promo offers to new customers. This presents a great opportunity to test out an advertising platform that caught your eye and finally make a choice. By taking advantage […]
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PropellerAds Alternatives: Enrich Your Ad Experience

If you run campaigns on PropellerAds, you are free to either advertise your offers with the ad network further or look towards alternatives. Many Propellerads alternatives can refresh your approach to traffic generation due to their better features and options. If you’re also considering such a promising vertical as Adult, then you definitely should look […]
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Best Mobile Ad Networks for Affiliates & Publishers in 2024

Mobile ad networks have seen an explosive rise globally, given the dramatic rise in mobile traffic. Today, over 60% of all website traffic originates from mobile devices, making these networks vital for delivering targeted advertising straight to smartphone users. Now, let’s take a closer look at the top-tier mobile ad networks transforming the mobile advertising […]
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Top Trends in Affiliate Marketing to Look Out in 2024: Yearly Recap and Industry Future

As we peer into the horizon of affiliate marketing for 2024, it’s important to look back at 2023 first. We’ve collected insights from well-known advertising networks about last year, which show us what affiliate marketing trends are coming.  In this article, we dive into the 2023 results of 10 advertising networks, spanning from industry leaders […]
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Affiliate Marketing Case Study: 4 Ad Networks, 1 VPN Offer, Zero Efforts

Recently I decided to test an offer in several different networks as I usually do. This is a normal practice not to stick to only one network, so let’s use this approach. Same settings, same budget, no differences except for the traffic providers. The point of the so-called study was to actually help marketers who […]
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