Review of Ad Media Provider
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Ad Media Provider REVIEW
Ad Media Provider Quick Facts:
Ad Media Provider Review
AMP draws ads from third-party ad networks and offers all different kinds of CPC, CPM and CPA campaigns. Though the rates might not be very competitive, given that the network acts mostly as a second-tier ad provider, the extra variety of ads and campaigns is usually welcome.
The network supports banners along with regular text ads and various formats of pop-ups and pop-unders; nothing groundbreaking there. Not all ad sizes are supported but AMP is flexible and can accommodate custom sizes on request.
AMP will happily accept any publisher as long as they have at least 1,000 visitors each month. The network pays only through PayPal on a NET 45 schedule. There seems to be some confusion about the minimum payout though. The network's terms of service set minimum payout at $0.01 while the official help center sets $10 as the minimum payout. These inconsistencies along with AMP's poor website and inadequate documentation really leave a poor impression to publishers who might consider joining the network.
Their generic name matches the generic services Ad Media Provider offers. Here is a network that measures below average and does not stand out in any particular way. Their whole system seems outdated and there isn't a single reason why publishers should choose to work with AMP instead of any other ad network. Read about other monetizing programs at experienced-people.co.uk/1200-make-money-from-websites/ and you can leave your own comments and feedback about this program at our Ad Media Provider forum thread.
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