AdEngage Description
AdEngage operates an online advertising network that displayed more than 100 billion ads during 2010 on thousands of websites around the world. The network acts as a real-time exchange between advertisers and publishers.Advertisers benefit by being able to target consumers with relevant text and banner ads at scale. In addition, with detailed reporting, you know where your ads are shown and how much each segment costs you, so you can maximize your profits.Publishers benefit by one of the highest payout rates in the industry, fast payment terms, unrivaled support, a dedicated account team for larger publishers, and tools to help you maximize your profits.
History of AdEngageThe company was founded in 2004 by a webmaster who was frustrated with limited ad-serving options at the time. Large advertising network wouldn’t provide him with the flexibility to customize the ads to his websites, and smaller advertising networks didn’t offer the reach and depth of advertisers or the robust tools to manage ad sales to maximize his profits.He created a system that allows webmasters to offer more appealing and engaging ads across numerous website and blog platforms. With it, publishers could easily sell direct ads, integrate AdEngage’s ads with other solutions or offer run of network ads. With these options, publishers were attracted to the system because it maximized the value of their ad space dynamically. In addition, advertisers saw greater returns as better quality publishers offering more advertising options resulted in more sales for them.AdEngage experienced rapid growth, and was soon serving billions of ads per month. In 2008, AdEngage joined with Technorati Media, the largest social media ad network in the world, to begin serving ad solutions across numerous new platforms. This partnership allowed AdEngage to become one of the strongest ad networks in the industry.In 2011, AdEngage embarked on its next stage of growth with the support of Parker Capital. Parker Capital is a private family office investment fund specializing in acquisitions, corporate divestitures and investments in the Internet space. Parker Capital has committed 30 million dollars toward the goal of developing the superior online ad network for mid-market publishers, and will be using AdEngage as a foundation for growth through organic expansion and strategic acquisitions.Whether you are an advertiser or a publisher, it’s easy to get started today!
Seems to be auction style, with publishers setting requested rates, and self-service for advertisers. Boxes of text links, including some ads with additional small graphics.
AdEngage Details
Commission Type: CPC,Auction
Minimum Payment: $ 20
Payment Frequency: NET 15
Payment Method: Paypal,Cheque,western union,wire
Country: US
Contact: Telephone:(424)240-8570
Email:[email protected]
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55 Responses to "AdEngage(Closed)"

  1. welly says:

    Adengage has been sold to ( so adengage and redirect emerged into one company ,

  2. crawlspace says:

    Superb, what a website it is! This webpage provides valuable information to us,
    keep it up.

  3. Jeremy says:

    Tried exo, plugrush, juicy, and admob but only adengage has been effective. Got a decent volume of traffic from the others but never converted into $$$ like adengage.

  4. Chris says:

    Adengage is awesome! They never missed a payment, accurate stats, highly dependable staff. Great job, I will recommend them to my friends who want to earn by hosting ads.

  5. Marshall says:

    Rich media ads are so far the best converting ad type that they have. banners are getting boring for some so great thing they had something new for us to try.

  6. jim says:

    nobody reply.
    Is it still alive?

  7. Norm says:

    Cheap but not so impressive conversion. Tried 2 other ad companies and they gave me almost the same results. I wouldn’t mind using Adengage because they are still better compared to other companies that I tried.

  8. Cindy says:

    I had a problem once with website approval. I submitted my first website then waited for a week. I checked and it still shows pending approval. I contacted support and told me that my website was not approved. There’s a tech glitch, but they apologized and there was a shortcoming on my part not to have read their email saying that my website is not qualified (went to my spam folder). They said they are fixing the issue. Their support is nice and accommodating.

  9. micha says:

    Approved site again “pending approval” ???
    I asked Support, but two days of no response

    Yellow bar in dashboard:
    “We are Currently testing your sites’ traffic quality. If your traffic is of high quality, we will give an earnings bonus to display the Amounts below.”
    What does that mean?

  10. MG says:

    Had an excellent experience working with them. Quick website approvals, hassle-free payments and top-notch support! If you are looking for a decent way to monetize your websites then Adengage is one of the best and really worth a try.

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