Adsterra.com Ad Network Review for Publishers (10 minute approval)

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  1. Adsterra Review
  2. Adsterra approval
  3. Adsterra Approval
  4. Adsterra payment method
  5. Adsterra ad types
  6. Adsterra most profitable ad type

Adsterra Review

Adsterra is one of the most preferred ad networks for those looking for alternatives to AdSense. Adsterra is a good choice for those who have a low traffic, that is, those who have just started their site business and cannot attract more users to their site. Adsterra does not want a certain traffic limit like other ad networks to advertise on the site, if you submit your site for approval today, it will be approved immediately. Rules like Adsterra, AdSense are not strict, you are very unlikely to be banned after getting your site approved.

Adsterra is one of the largest ad networks that make profits even for sites with low traffic.

Adsterra Approval

Adsterra approves almost all sites very quickly. There is no traffic limit to be approved in Adsterra, even if your traffic is low, you can get approved quickly from Adsterra. Adsterra's approval process takes a maximum of 1-2 hours. The results of the sites I submitted for approval never exceeded 1 hour and I was always approved.

Adsterra payment method

  • Bank transfer: minimum payment minimum $1000
  • Bitcoin: minimum payment lower limit is $100
  • Paxum: minimum payout is $5
  • WebMoney: minimum payment is $5
  • The minimum payout is $5 on WebMoney and Paxum
  • Adsterra ad types

  • Pop up
  • 468 × 60 pixels
  • 300 × 250 pixels
  • 320×50 pixels
  • WebPush
  • Local Strip
  • direct link
  • 160 × 300 pixels
  • 160 × 600 pixels
  • 728 × 90 pixels
  • Enormous
  • Adsterra's most profitable ad types

    In Adsterra, the most profitable ad type is popup ads, while in banner ads, the best earning type is the 300x250 banner ad type that I recommend to you.

    While filtering ads, I recommend that you do not display erotic and gambling ads on your site. Do not forget to do these filters when creating an ad unit.

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