Technorati Media Review 2013 – CPM Ad Network

 Technorati Media Review

Technorati Media operates the 8th largest social media advertising network on the web with over 130 million US unique users per month (comScore, January 2013). With our deep agency and client relationships, they will deliver targeted campaigns from top brands at high CPMs. They’ve built a national sales team with a record of success from top tier media companies including Google, MSN, Yahoo!, IGN, Hearst, Washington Post, CNET, Tribal Fusion, and Time Inc. They enable publishers to take part in campaigns from top brands and fill remaining inventory at the highest possible rates.

Technorati Media

Pros:

CPC and CPM based advertising network.

Decent CPM rates varying from $0.2 – $2.

Easy approval for websites with good traffic.

Recommended by many bloggers.

They count 90% of your impressions.

Payment Proof: Here

Cons:

Technorati Media pays their publishers under Net 60 payment method. This means that you are paid for revenue earned in a given month 60 days after the close of the month.

$50 minimum payment threshold.

 

Technorati Media Details

Network Type: CPM, CPC
Ad types: Banners, Expandable Ads, Video
Payment Methods: Check, Paypal
Minimum Payment Threshold: $50
Payment frequency: NET 60
Conflict with other programs and/or exclusivity: None
Requirements / Restrictions: FAQ
Website URL: technoratimedia.com

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