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    Advertise virtually anything here, with CPM banner ads, CPM email ads and CPC contextual links. You can target relevant areas of the site and show ads based on geographical location of the user if you wish.

    Starts at just $1 per CPM or $0.10 per CPC.

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Discussion in 'Pay Per Click Advertising' started by w4rkr4f7, Feb 21, 2015.

  1. HighCPM

    HighCPM Member

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    #181
    the issue still there
    force redirect to ads pages
    My ID :
    SEMrush
     
    HighCPM, Feb 1, 2017 IP
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    #182
    Hello! Did you contact your personal manager with this issue?
     
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  3. HighCPM

    HighCPM Member

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    #183
    No i am leave adsterra
     
    HighCPM, Feb 3, 2017 IP
  4. Doc Cotton

    Doc Cotton Peon

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    #184
    I have used Adsterra for a month now and received payment but yesterday I got notification from google that the site I am using this network on is now de-indexed due to sneaky mobile re-directs. Shame as I found them a half decent network but if they are going to allow ads that wreck your site with Google then they are not worth bothering with.
     
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    #185
    I am sorry to hear that, can you contact your personal manager to sort it out, he/she will help you to get rid of the cause of the problem?
     
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  6. Doc Cotton

    Doc Cotton Peon

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    #186
    I already have contacted him but have had nothing in the way of a reply. As I say it does not fill publishers with confidence which is a shame because I found earning very good but it is a huge risk to run an ad network on a website knowing google will de-index you because of sneaky mobile redirects from your ads
     
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    emirmous Greenhorn

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    #187
    May you tell me what was your average CPM rate in Adsterra?
     
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  8. Doc Cotton

    Doc Cotton Peon

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    #188
    Put it this way I was earning more with adsterra than with Adsense for same traffic. But as I say sadly because of the issue of sneaky mobile redirects from their ads they appear to be not worth it. I contacted my personal account manager about the issue and had no reply. I even had whosever from adsterra on this forum private message me asking for my user ID to address the issue personally but still nothing in the way of a reply or an answer. If you don't want to be banned by google or if you want some sort of customer service adsterra isn't for you. Yes they pay and yes or well for genuine traffic but if you're banned by google because of their ads then for most it is counter productive and to me I feel if they are going to allow such ads to 'slip through' then the quality of their system isn't up to much to let such things happen. If you're traffic is solely from Facebook or a source other than google then sure they are worth a go and as I say they do pay but if you want to be indexed by google they are no good.
     
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  9. Joe ZHONG

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    #189
    Although have read so many post saying malware&adult ads from adsterra, I still wanted to give it a try.

    The first ad I see on my website is malware.

    No, thanks.
    Bye.
     
    Joe ZHONG, Feb 22, 2017 IP
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    nguyenhongky Greenhorn

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    #190
    I access the website by mobile
    with 3G, it automatically directlink to ads page
    but with wifi, I can access the website normal
    And this impress with cpm. Traffic Thailand[​IMG]
     
    nguyenhongky, Feb 22, 2017 IP
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    #191
    hi can you check why all my visitors from mobile are being redirected to this website :ads.yourblumobi.com my user name in your network is "paulpena"
     
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  12. Joe ZHONG

    Joe ZHONG Greenhorn

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    #192
    You will find tens of replies in this post or a post called "adsterra review" by Adsterra either denying they knew the existence of mobile redirections or saying they do not allow those kinds of ads.
     
    Joe ZHONG, Feb 25, 2017 IP
  13. Joe ZHONG

    Joe ZHONG Greenhorn

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    #193
    Here is the skype record I have got:

    [22/02/2017, 14:31:54] *******: Hi Do you have any website using adsterra so I can see what ads they are showing?
    [22/02/2017, 14:32:06] Victor White: hi
    [22/02/2017, 14:32:14] Victor White: I have million of web-sites
    [22/02/2017, 14:32:46] *******: 1% of them would be enough
    [22/02/2017, 14:32:49] *******: :)
    [22/02/2017, 14:33:02] Victor White: you can just believe me
    [22/02/2017, 14:33:23] *******: Well, I have been on DP, not all reviews are great
    [22/02/2017, 14:33:39] Victor White: just bad rumours
    [22/02/2017, 14:33:44] *******: they say you have redirecting ads
    [22/02/2017, 14:33:52] *******: which leads to google bans
    [22/02/2017, 14:34:56] Victor White: we have very flexible set-ups
    [22/02/2017, 14:35:33] Victor White: every publisher has individual settings which are adapted for it's traffic and web-site


    After a while:

    [22/02/2017, 14:49:58] *******: oh no
    [22/02/2017, 14:50:07] *******: your ads contain malware
    [22/02/2017, 14:50:26] *******: thanks
    [22/02/2017, 14:50:28] *******: bye
    [22/02/2017, 14:51:59] Victor White: lol
    [22/02/2017, 14:52:07] Victor White: who told you that XD
    [22/02/2017, 14:52:20] *******: The first ad I see is
    [22/02/2017, 14:52:26] *******: Flash player outdated
    [22/02/2017, 14:52:38] *******: and if you click on it, it’s malware
    [22/02/2017, 14:52:45] Victor White: oh come on
    [22/02/2017, 14:53:04] Victor White: On 22/02/2017, at 14:34, Victor White wrote:
    > we have very flexible set-ups
    every publisher has individual settings which are adapted for it's traffic and web-site

    So he quoted what he said about 20 minutes ago which was quite ambiguous. They have got some ads warning that your internet will be cut-off if you don't call some number. That's fraud!!! And even if you know that's fraud, you cannot even close that window because every time you close the JS alert, another one pops up. Nightmare.
     
    Joe ZHONG, Feb 25, 2017 IP
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    #194
    1 of 3 ads is browser locking until a extension is added ...
     
    w4rkr4f7, Feb 25, 2017 IP
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    #195
    We really do not accept this kind of ads. But there are some advertisers that break our rules. And when you detect some suspicious redirects or anything else and write to us, we do all our best to turn off these campaigns. But it takes time. Believe me we worry about our reputation and our partners from both sides. We do not want to scam your money or earn "dirty money" from malware ads. We are planning to grow up to a big and trustful network. So if you have any issues with our ads please discuss it with your managers (via tickets, skype, email), because it is our priority to make our network clean and reliable. Thank you in advance!
     
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    #196
    Actually, given the design of your website, given the blog posts on your website, I believe you are planning to grow big. But I don't think I am really to publish your code for now given those ads and the 0.002 CPM rate. Maybe a while later.
     
    Joe ZHONG, Feb 28, 2017 IP
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    #197
    You can try to work with us few months later. Now we are cleaning our feed, adding new features for publishers and improving personal accounts for better performance, that's why CPM rates may be lower now. But we are on the right way to stabilize rates and become really best Adsense alternative.
     
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    #198
    Hello, I'm working in here about one years, good earnings, but I get lot of user complains that my website have malware.

    So I contacted with my personal manager way back about this, he said that it is not possible to turn of only this ads, they need to turn of 70% of ads and I started to earn 3x times smaller money. So my question, or it is really not possible to ban this person who adds like this ads??? I understand this is money but this is bad reputation for your network and for us workers. After that if you use wifi it will not pop up, but on mobile network it will pop up.
     
    r3L4x, Apr 2, 2017 IP
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    #199
    Hello! We turn off "bad" advertisers as soon as you make an alert. So it is a normal thing that your earnings go down. It takes time to find new offers for your website. In this case you need to wait some time until we find suitable offers for you. Or PM me your login I'll try to push your case forward. Thank you in advance!
     
    Adsterra Network, Apr 6, 2017 IP
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    alirezarz62 Greenhorn

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    #200
    I have worked with this network and I received payment from them but the sneaky redirects are still there and my website just got penalized by google because of this shitty redirects! If they fix this problem I will continue using this network if not, I will use another network! For now stop using their codes or your website will be punished by google!
     
    alirezarz62, Jul 17, 2017 IP