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adblade.com

adblade Description
Launched in January 2008 Adblade has quickly become a major force in the Online Advertising world. With theintroduction of our copyrighted “Newsbullet” ad unit, Adblade has helped both brand advertisers and premiumpublishers succeed in a very competitive online marketplace. Brands see the Newsbullet as a unique vehicle for highlyeffective messaging to our massive, premium-only audience. Direct response advertisers value our strong customersupport, proprietary optimization technology and industry-leading ROI. Premium publishers find a trusted partner ableto deliver consistent and substantial advertising revenue.In 2008 there were already several hundred ad networks, so why start another one? The founding members ofAdblade felt that even though the ad network space had plenty of competition, there was still a need for an offeringthat combined: Unique Ad Units, Large Reach and Premium-Only Distribution. Since most ad networks rely on endlessamounts of long tail traffic or better yet resort to “bait and switch” tactics, Adblade is the only Ad Network Vendor thattruly stands behind their product. One of the Largest Premium Only Ad Networks.Their contract requires exclusivity – they must be the only contextual ad on the page.
adblade Details
Commission Type: CPM,CPC,RSS
Minimum Payment: $100
Payment Frequency: NET30
Payment Method: Paypal
Country: US
Contact: Telephone:908-707-9200
Email:[email protected]
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3 Responses to "adblade"

  1. Olivia Davies says:

    They don’t pay. Be careful!

  2. Karmenclicks says:

    Comscore published this list of top ad networks and reports adblade ahead of folks like Bing, Ask, Kontera, Glam media etc –

    http://www.marketwatch.com/story/comscore-media-metrix-ranks-top-50-us-web-properties-for-august-2011-2011-09-21?reflink=MW_news_stmp

    They must be paying publishers more then other networks, that is the only reason I can think that they are growing.

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