Check out four best Ad networks t Make Money with In-Image Ads on your site.
Apart from earning money online with CPC, CPM, CPA programs, you can also contribute a little more to your total earning with In-image advertising. Just like other contextual ad networks, In-image advertising works on context of showing relative advertisements on images displayed on your site.
Best In Image Ads Networks
Ads are displayed relative to images attributes like tags, description or title. Once the respective code is integrated, visitors will be shown with a small overlay of ad which can be closed out. Some networks use pop-up box when visitors mouse over the image and these networks pays on the basis of CPC or CPM model. While choosing among the available In-Image advertising network might confusing, we have listed few networks in order of their launch.
GumGum In-Image Ads
In-image advertising was first started by GumGum in 2008. Good thing about GumGum is that they assign one account manager to each publishers. They use two different technologies of in-image & in-screen ads. They are limited to publishers who combine generate more than 50,000 impressions per month on their all sites.
They have a minimum payment requirement of $50 and pays on the basis on NET 60.
After GumGum, Picad followed the idea of GumGum and they introduce their own in-picture ad network in September 2008. Picad was later renamed as Image Space Media and 2012 they were acquired by Vibrant Media. So with this acquisition, Vibrant Media ads Vibrant Image to currently serving services like Vibrant In-Text, Vibrant Video, Vibrant Bar, and Vibrant Display.
Pixazza was founded in 2008 by Netscape and LiveOps and it was later renamed as Luminate after one year. The Mountain View, California based company serves 150 million users worldwide with over 5 billion images view per month. We have tested this network and also got paid many times.
The minimum payout is set to $10 for each site via PayPal or Paper Check (NET 30 basis) and this can be tricky if you have more sites.