From what’s the difference to which is better, we have zillions of questions about Google Adsense and Media.net.

Now on moving to what’s the best and rest of that.
Let’s know they are!

Coming to Google Adsense

It’s a program by Google which allows publishers to serve automatic text, image, video and other interactive media advertisements. These advertisements are administered, sorted and maintained by Google.

They can generate revenue on either a per-click or pre-impression basis.
It uses the technology of serving advertisements based on website content, use of geographical location and other factors.

Adsense specialises in creating and placing banner advertisements on a website or blog, as they are less intrusive and content is relevant to the website.

Many websites use Adsense to make revenue from their web content and are one of the popular Advertising networks.

Adsense commands an Advertiser to submit a sealed bid(which is unobservable by the competitors). For any given click received, advertisers only pay one bid increment above the second highest bid.

Google currently shares 68% of the revenue generated by Adsense with their Network partners.

Coming to Media.net

It’s a contextual ad network which reaches many users.Especially 100 million US desktop users.

It manages more them 450 million USD of managed Ad spend.

More than 90% of Media.net’s total revenue comes from the US. Spreading over many offices worldwide, Media.net is a lot popular.

Media.net is tied up with Yahoo! Bing network to enable publishers to increase Advertising revenue.

It focuses on developing innovative monetization products for digital publishers.

When comparing both of them,
Media.net has scored as the best network outside of Google Adsense.

CPM ( cost per thousand impressions) is an income model where advertisers pay a fixed price per thousand Ad impressions.
No click on them is necessary for you to earn something from Adsense.

Depending upon the context of your website, your earnings depends.

For web pages, we have CPC ( cost per click).

Now you can earn much from these ad networks. It all depends on your websites.

While Media.net pays on a net-30 basis and has a $100 minimum earning threshold.
Adsense gives up to 1$ on 1% of CPM and CPC.

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