Ad Magnet is one of the largest Indian digital media networks and has been featured as one of India’s hottest startups in Business Today magazine. Its main offer categories consist of travel, e-commerce, business and finance, youth, news, technology, and NRI audiences.
How it works?
Ad Magnet like most networks uses a system where they act as the middleman between advertisers and publishers. They recruit advertisers within a broad range of categories to have relevant ads for their publisher’s sites. You would sign up for their network keeping in mind that Ad Magnet requires sites with a minimum of 1 million page views per month. Once you get passed their site review they give you a login to your own personal dashboard on their site where you can manage your ad formats, offers, and talk to the support team.
Ad Magnet Ad Formats
Ad Magnet uses the basics that most see on other networks with the exception of video ads which are uncommon. Ads that Ad Magnet uses are as follows: leaderboards, banners, skyscrapers, pop unders, text ads, and video ads.
How it compares to Adsense?
Comparing Ad Magnet to adsense is a bit difficult since there is not much info online about it other then what is on their site. Few users on forums like digital point have noted that it is a decent network to use compared with adsense, but choosing between it and adsense is a luxury that not many have. Looking at it from most people’s perspective it cannot even be used as many people do not have a site with 1 million page views per month.
- Live real time tracking
- Life time cookies
- Dynamic or static ads
- Sites need 1 million page views per month
- Few talk about it online
How to sign up for Ad Magnet?
When you meet the requirements signing up is as easy as going to their site at admagnet.com, clicking on the affiliate sub header, and clicking on sign up now. Fill out the application and wait for them to review your site. If you are accepted you will get a login to the publisher dashboard.
Conclusion – For established websites
This network is definitely worth a try if you have a website that is a highly established online. A website with 200,000 – 300,000 unique visitors may do it, maybe even less depending on how many pages your average user views. I can’t help but think that they have put this major limitation on their network because they have great advertisers who will give you a great boost in your site revenue.