Network details
Payment Method
Wire, Paypal
Min budget
500$
Ad Format
Mobile, Popunder, Popup, Rich Media, Banner
Pay In System
Wire, Paypal
Pricing Model
CPM

Optimization details

Tokens:

Yes

Adult:

Yes

Self serve platform:

Yes

Ip targeting:

No

OS targeting:

Yes

GEO targeting:

Yes

Time targeting:

Yes

Targeting by Carrier:

Yes

Blacklists:

Yes

Description

WWWPromoter self-serve traffic platform is one of the most cutting edge solutions for buying and selling traffic. Advertisers, media buyers and affiliate marketers can set up campaigns with a full range of targeting options and ad units to reach their desired audience.
Our fraud detection auditing team works around the clock to ensure your money is being spent on real traffic, real websites with real users!
We understand data is key to many campaign’s success, this is why we offer one of the most robust reporting abilities, so you can narrow down to the precise piece of information in order to optimize.

You can check WWWPromoter reviews on Affbank and ask WWWPromoter Team any question by using the contacts above, especially about how to earn money!

For registration in the WWWPromoter Network - click on Join Now!

Network Manager

Reviews

Michael Phuong

2018-11-30

Pros: Multi-level targeting Lucrative referral program 100% fill-rate You can monetize even 404 pagesCons: Payment on a monthly basis First minimum payout $100 and for WIRE it is always $500 Adult traffic is NOT accepted

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TheHeron

2018-11-06

TrafficJunky gives you access to the most adult impressions of any network. I find their interface and campaign creation to be a bit tedious and the banner sizes aren’t always standard so that creates work for me. It’s super easy to blow your budget until you know how the bidding system works and what geos to target so start slow and very specific. Their support can be good or bad just depends on who you talk to and they now offer 24/7 support thats nice. They accept a variety of payment options. I’m not a fan of their stats and have never figured out their s2s postback tracking but they are still worth using.

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