how do I get media.net approval in Nigeria?

HomeCategory: Online bizhow do I get media.net approval in Nigeria?
Mark Moon asked 3 weeks ago

I just heard about this media.net someone said they pay more than AdSense. I tried to join but didn’t get approved. please review the media.net site for me. Do they accept Nigerians?

2 Answers
Sulhazan Staff answered 3 weeks ago

Read their terms, make sure you abide by all the rules and join again.

I’ve heard a lot of other Bloggers complain about not getting approved by media.net, even I had the same issue.

I first read about the program when I was researching for the best alternatives to adsense, then I saw that bloggers like Harsh of shoutmeloud and some other top guys reviewed the network and their earnings were a bit impressive.

Some even claim they pay more than adsense does.

I rushed down to their website without giving it a second thought, Submitted my site for review but unfortunately, my site always got rejected.

After four rejection notices, I decided to do something to get into the program after which my account got approved unexpectedly and you know what? I never expected a reply till after a week but that time, It took less than 2days.

with nothing else to do, I decided to check my mail although not expecting a reply but then, I opened it to see two e-mails lying flat and waiting for my arrival😃😎

Before I proceed to tell you some of the tricks I used to get approved into this program with a Nigerian blog, let’s first try and Know a little detail about this program.

Who own Media.net owner: This program is co-owned by Bing & Yahoo but I heard it was Later sold.

What Type of ad network is media.net: it is a CPC based network and they are said to return more earnings compared to AdSense.

What is the Minimum traffic required: there is no minimum requirement to join the program, as a matter of fact, my blog was only getting 30 to 50 page views when it got approved.

Why they are better: you are assigned with an Account reps, done-for-you ROI optimization, DSP technology (more below)

Payment methods: they pay on monthly bases via wire transfer with a threshold of $1000 or PayPal with a threshold of $100
Types of websites not accepted: adult, tobacco, alcohol, drugs, forums and discussion boards, user-generated content.

Well I didn’t do anything big to get approved.

Media.net does not like to see other ad blocks when reviewing your blog.

I had AdSense ads on my blog which was the reason I got rejected four times, i removed them when I discovered this then applied again and got approved in about 24hours.

Mark Moon answered 2 weeks ago

media.net was cool for me when I used them on my niche site targeted at U.S audience.

Below are some of Media.net Publisher Requirements you must fulfill before being approved.

As mentioned before, Media.net (sign up for a free account here) is a high paying contextual ad network and one of the Best Adsense Alternatives. Media.net looks for high-quality publishers and only allows websites with premium content. If you are looking to make money fast with your low-quality blog, well Media.net is not for you.
MediaNet has several guidelines in order to approve publishers to their program, they only allow websites with premium content. If you are looking to make money fast with your low-quality blog, Medianet is not for you. As one of the Best Adsense Alternatives, MediaNet looks for high-quality websites but when you are approved you’ll enjoy the benefits of it.
The following guidelines will help you understand and determine whether your website is suitable for Media.net or not. We have included this information because we always receive specific questions about what a particular advertisement network allows and what it doesn’t.
The Media.net program is currently only open to websites that:
Have content in English
Receive majority of their traffic from United States, United Kingdom or Canada
Contain mainly original content
Have content that is updated regularly
Does not infringe any third party intellectual property rights
Have reasonable volume of visitors already using the website.
Does not contain excessive advertising
Have a reasonable amount of content
Have navigation-friendly website design
You are likely to get rejected by Media.net if your websites contains one or more of the following:
Software Piracy such as warez, torrentz, cracking, hacking, phreaking or similar illegal downloads
Free hosted pages
Hidden links and text
Under construction, parked pages or pages without content
Deceptive or manipulative content or construction of sites to improve search engine ranking
Sites that redirect traffic to another site other than ones specifically approved on the Program
Promote activities generally understood as Internet abuse such as sending of unsolicited bulk electronic mail or the use of spyware
Media.net will not approve websites that promote, contain or link directly to:
Adult, Pornographic or any illegal content.
Tabacco, alcohol, ammunition, hazardous substances, illegal drugs, gore, violence, gambling and racism content.
Pages containing profanity or content that and/or discriminates or is offensive to any section of people.
Hate, violence, racial intolerance, or advocate against any individual, group, or organization.
Sale of counterfeit products, imitations of designer or other goods, stolen items or any products that infringe intellectual property rights of other parties.
Programs which promote invalid click activity by paying users to click on ads, browse websites, read email etc.
Websites that contain forums, discussion boards, chat rooms, or any content area that is open to public updates without adequate moderation.
Sites with content that has been generated using computer programs and hence may not be comprehendible.
Sites with fake news.

WHY I LOVE MEDIA.NET
High performance contextual ads
High Paying native Ads
Approval takes 2 business days or even sooner
Dedicated Account Manager
No specific Minimum Traffic Required.

I must say, it is a good ad network but don’t use it if a large proportion of your audience comes from Nigeria or any other country outside of the U.S and U.K