On October 24, 2016, I requested an invitation to join a company called Media.net. The Yahoo/Bing network of contextual ads powered by Media.net grabbed my attention. On the same day, Media.net approved my application. I sensed an opportunity, even though I didn’t fully understand the Media.net business model. Fast forward to now, and I find myself embracing the opportunity just like I did when I joined Google Adsense. The skies are the limit.
People building websites speaking about their favorite topic, automatically create a niche website. The more interested a person is, the more research they will do to learn more about a topic. The more knowledge gained, the faster a person can add webpages to expand the niche website. The more a content writer writes, the more webpages a website can have. A website developer who adds more webpages to their niche website can diversify revenue streams. Not relying on one ad Publisher program and incorporating many different Publisher programs, gives a website developer an upper-edge. Instead of using one Publisher program to generate revenue, a website developer can combine different ads using several Publisher programs. Once a website developer knows what Publisher program ads can be used together on the same website, the developer can mix it up. Mixing ads up helps the ads not all look the same, helps grab visitor’s attention, and adds more streams of income.
Most website developers know about the Google Adsense Publisher program, and it’s a great program. However, website developers who seek to expand their revenue streams, understand doing business with only one Publisher program prevents them from earning multiple streams of residual income, and that puts them at a disadvantage. It takes years to build up a money-generating website. Imagine waking up one day to learn that the Publisher program shut down or decided a website’s content did not match their prerequisite. Years of hard work that earned you money every day just disappeared. Well, I’m here to tell you that you should set up many B-plans. Join as many Publisher programs as you can and spread out the ads across your website.
As I stated earlier, on October 24, 2016, I asked to join Media.net, and Media.net said yes. As time went on, I realized I was not ready to diversify Publisher programs yet. Eventually, reaching the goal of incorporating many different Publisher programs would come into play. The focus now is to research, gather information, learn, utilize, and to write more content to produce more webpages. Finally, I’m at the stage of needing more ads surrounding my website’s content. After years of figuring it all out, I did not want to work with just one Publisher program. My goal is to have a plan B, C, D, and so on. Get it?
Let me get back to speaking about Media.net. I like the changes they made to their contextual ads, and appreciate their Affiliate program. I like the fact that they are willing to compensate for recruiting new Publishers.
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