Adsdaq vs Adsense

The question of Adsdaq vs Adsense is a difficult one for most web publishers, particularly those new to utilizing the web for an income. Herein, the strengths and weakness of both will be explored and the conclusion that for most people Adsense is superior, but that they can actually be used in conjunction, will be arrived at.

Adsense

Google’s Adsense network is a CPC network, which means that if no one clicks an advertisement the publisher does not get paid. Overall, Google Adsense is a reliable and proven method of providing advertising online. This yields a couple of advantages, one of which is that Google does not require users to put much effort into setting up tax information.

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Adsdaq

The Adsdaq advertising network is a CPM network, which means it pays based on how many people view their advertising rather than on how many people click it. Adsdaq works by allowing publishers to create an advertising unit that they may set a price for, allowing advertisers to bid for it. Due to this, it can actually be utilized alongside Adsense by allowing publishers to set a price above their Adsense earnings. The flaw with this is that the Adsense unit may have gotten many extra clicks, which would have brought in a sudden influx of money.

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Adsdaq

Conclusion

Adsdaq and Adsense do not necessarily need to be in opposition to one another, as they can be used in conjunction with each other. This combined use can potentially result in increased profits for web publishers per visitor to their site if they make sure that the Adsdaq price is above what they earn per person by using Adsense. As a result, the trick is to first use Adsense on a site, and then judge based on that how much advertisers should pay for advertising space.

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