Review of Marimedia
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Disclaimer: This review was compiled in June 2012, but this is the
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Marimedia Quick Facts:
Founded in 2007, Marimedia is a fast-growing ad network that serves over 12 billion page impressions per month. They have experienced a 500% growth in both revenue and personnel in 2010 and now serve more than 17 billion impressions each month. Marimedia is one of over a hundred such programs we review on experienced-people.co.uk.
Marimedia serves banners in several IAB-compliant sizes as well as a wide variety of mobile ads. Their campaigns work with CPM or CPC commissions and the payout rates are dynamic and dependant on various performance factors.
In order to join, publishers must have at least 10,000 unique visitors per month. This creates a small barrier of entry but besides that there seem to be no other requirements or restrictions.
Publishers have the ability to filter out unwanted ads but little else is known about how Marimedia operates. Essential information is missing from their official website as well as its sister site about mobile ads. Publishers will find no mention to payment methods, minimum payouts or other vital info that would have helped them make an informed decision about joining Marimedia or not. While there’s hype aplenty throughout their website, no FAQs are provided and no means to directly contact their tech support outside of their dashboard are available either!
Online opinions about Marimedia are mixed and varied. Some publishers speak highly of it while in online discussions about Marimedia, some report very good results while others describe certain negative experiences with Marimedia and go as far as to warn people to stay away from them.
Generally there seems to be some confusion among publishers surrounding Marimedia and we believe that is due in no small part to their barren official website that is bound to leave publishers with numerous questions unanswered. Undeniably, Marimedia has grown tremendously, even with online standards, riding the smartphone wave of change. Marimedia can be profitable indeed for sites with lots of mobile traffic but many publishers will be reluctant to join a network that divulges so little meaningful information up front. 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 Marimedia at our Marimedia forum thread.
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