Earning money through affiliate marketing is not that much difficult! You can earn money by signing up as a publisher in any adnetworks and get paid through any payment options varying from Paypal, Cheques, or Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT).

But before that I typically recommend you to improve your site’s content, design and link building strategies if you really want to make money as a publisher. Why? Because the fresh and unique content which adds value to the society along that which appeals the customers, later can become the source to get the Big Advertisers to earn more money.

So without wasting your time, I would like to introduce 5 Ad Networks for publishers to start making money from your site:

  1.    Google Adsense

 

Google is the most reliable and the best ad network which pays you on the CPC and CPM basis with NET 30 payments- $100 as a threshold.

Publishers just need to follow Google AdSense’s terms of service and program policies to prevent themselves from any form of penalty.

Adsense provide you with a high fill rate, reliable payouts, and accepts minimum traffic requirements. Along with that, it is very easy to integrate with your blog/site. You just need to paste their snippet in the header section manually or through GTM(Google Tag Manager) automatically on your site. We would recommend you to get the knowledge of GTM for future purpose.

After that, you will be able to display 3 ad units per page depending on your choice, giving you the money at the end.

Note: Google has an in-built platform to provide the relatable ads to the publishers excluding the illegal content ads, we generally recommend not to publish duplicate, illegal content on your site, else your site can be banned from Search engine results page(SERP).

Cheques, Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT), EFT via Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA), Wire Transfer and Western Union Quick Cash are the payments methods of Google Adsense to their publishers.

  1. PopAds

 

PopAds is an ad network started in 2010 promises to offer you 100% fill rates. They provide higher CPM rates mainly when compared to other networks thus giving you a chance to earn more money.

Minimum traffic requirements, along with minimum payout of $5 and auto money withdrawal like features makes PopAds – a better platform for publishers to generate more revenue through their site.

PayPal, Payoneer, AlertPay and Wire Transfer are the payment methods of PopAds to their publishers.

  1.   Propellerads

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Propellerads is a CPM network that allows the bloggers to generate revenue by just signing up as a publisher.

CPM(cost per mile) networks basically pays you some money on a commission basis for ads’ view.

You just need to create an ad, place it on your site, and when the ad starts on your panel, you will get around $1-$4 for 1000 views. Alike, Google Adsense, propellerads pays their publisher’s a minimum payout of $100 with NET 10 day payments.

Paypal, Wire, Payoneer, EPESE and Webmoney are the payment methods of PropellerAds to their publishers.

  1. Revenue hits

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RevenueHits is slightly different CPA ad network that allows publishers to earn more money. The criteria for payments are done on the CPA(cost per acquisition) basis –  not on the CPM or CPC basis. We meant that revenue hits will only pay their publishers if the advertiser gets a lead’s information like name, email or contact information through came from the publisher’s site.

Interestingly, this usually turns out to be great for the small publishers as they get around $10-$50 per action when an advertiser gets a lead via publishers.

Paypal, Payoneer, Wire & Bank Transfer are the payment methods of RevenueHits to their publishers.

  1.   Infolinks

Infolinks

Infolinks is another ad network for newbie bloggers. They provide various ad formats to the publishers but their in-text ads are the most widely used.

Being the trusted advertising company, Infolinks do the minimum payouts of $50 to their publishers with NET 30 day payment.

PayPal, Bank Wire, eCheck, ACH (for U.S.Banks) are the payment methods of Infolinks to their publishers.