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A-Z List of Ad Networks and Affiliate Programs

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Commission Soup

Commission Soup is another affiliate network that offers pay per performance programs exclusively. Similar to Commission Junction, you need to apply to each advertiser's program separately. View their client list

COPEAC

COPEAC offers affiliates top payouts and quick payments using an optimization system that drives traffic to the strongest performing landing pages, increasing conversion rates. Their team will also work with you to create designs that optimize exposure for immediate results.

CPA Empire

CPA Empire focuses on providing a high level of affiliate support to help your campaigns do well. Their initiatives include banner ads, text ads, search marketing, and email promotions. They have over 700 live campaigns.

CrispAds

CrispAds caters to blogs and serves contextual graphic and text ads based on the keywords and advertisers you select. Most are CPC ads unless ads are purchased as a monthly sponsorship at the rate you set. Unlike most networks that have a minimum payout of $25-$100, their minimum is set at a low $5.

CX Digital Media

CX Digital Media is an affiliate network offering CPA campaigns from Fortune 1000 clients. Benefits include twice monthly payments and a rewards program where affiliates can claim prizes based on the money earned. They require 5,000 impressions per month to join.

Direct Media Exchange

Direct Media Exchange auctions impressions to the highest-paying ad network. CPM campaigns are served (with CPC/CPA ads optional) and their marketplace includes many networks such as Adtegrity, BannerConnect, CPX Interactive, Kitara Media, Revenue Science, Rydium, and Vizi Direct. You can tap in to all of these ad networks at the same time and get the highest rate among them.

FeedBurner

FeedBurner is a popular network that offers advertising for your feed as well as your site. Their site ads include Google Adsense to get the most inventory fill for your space. Even though FeedBurner does not have a minimum feed count to serve ads, advertisers are unlikely to purchase feeds with low numbers.

Flux Advertising

Flux Advertising is an affiliate network running performance based ads. An account manager will be assigned to you to help guide you to the promotions and offers best suited for your site. This is optimal for those who need more personal attention to get started. They also offer a bonus rewards program where you can claim prizes based on your earnings.

Google Adsense

Google Adsense is the most popular and widely used contextual advertising network. They serve CPC ads (image or text) based on the content on your page. Advertisers bid on keywords so the CPC rate varies from one ad to another.

HerAgency

HerAgency does not work like a typical ad network where ads are dispersed to hundreds of sites at any given time with little discretion. They make buys and create campaigns for sites individually as well as a package of quality women-oriented sites. Their cut ranges from 35-50%, depending on your site's traffic, and the requirement to join is 200,000 monthly page views (and of course, a primarily female audience).
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