Hapy face with moneyHere is list of best CPM network based on my experience with them, people opinion, webmaster resource, and from forum talking I collected.

For newbie, CPM stands for Cost Per Thousand, Meaning you will earn money for each thousand unique page views (sometime there is RAW view they would pay).

Let’s get into the business , here is the list :

1. Adsdaq – filled 50% during holiday season , High CPM, Pick your CPM Rate, Run It first, then Right Media Second, works great! Good reporting, easy to use interface.

2. Right Media – Direct Media Exchange – Pretty High CPM, Good thing is you can set the CPM you get on other networks and they only fill if they beat the CPM you set. Great because they have many companies in there exchange network including (Xtend, Vizi Direct, Rydium, Revenue Science, Oridian, Directa Networks, Bannerconnect Networks, Active Response Group, Adtegrity, CPX Interactive, and Remix Media). They also have great reporting, and you can use them as a free ad server for any direct sales etc.

3. Tribal Fusion – high CPMs but hard to get into, Great pop-under CPMs, Ok Reporting

4. Burst Media – Decent CPMs, Sometimes get direct advertisers, Good Reporting

5. Casale Media – Good Popunder rates, seems great for few months then CPMs went down. Don’t know if it was seasonal or what, but since they are later fill in our system probably is part of the reason.

6. Value Click Media – Decent Popunder rates, lot of fill, don’t like there reporting and slow interface.

7. Realtech Network – LOW Cpms, bad interface, ok for final fill

8. Robert Sherman – Terrible Reporting, LOW CPMs, ok for fill, one good thing they prepay in $25 increments, although you never no how much you going to make because the reporting is so bad.

Well Again this list is based on my experience with ad networks plus from people opinion, forum, etc. If you have high traffic site but not lucky with CPC networks then you might should try CPM or combine it for maximum revenue result.

GOOD LUCK 😀

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