If you are tired of annoyed advertisers, go and check out these top ad networks. 

Online advertising has always been an essential aspect of brands’ marketing strategies and plans, and many companies use it to reach, attract and engage new customers. But, in the last couple of years, online advertising has become increasingly irritating to online consumers. This forced the users to make drastic decisions. 

Due to intrusive ads, publishers that depend on ad revenue are increasingly facing more difficult challenges because of the growing use of adblockers by users. Non-intrusive marketers, unlike intrusive adverts, do not interrupt the user’s online experience. They are non-obtrusive, allowing clients to join them rather than imposing themselves on them. As a result, there’s no need to block them because they’re readily ignored.

Some of the main reasons why ads can be annoying are: ad frequency, location on the web page, lack of relevance, or poor targeting and ad size. Nevertheless, there are some other ad networks for worldwide publishers that could be useful if you want to reconfigure your advertising strategy. 


MediaFem is a 12-year-old ad network that connects material websites with advertisers using programmatic platforms such as Google Ad Manager, charging a fee based on the software’s on-site revenue. It has created a set of codes for customized marketing, which allows all advertisements to be targeted at people who are interested in the content being offered.

With MediaFem, you can choose from a variety of placement options, all of which may be customized to match the design and aesthetic of your website. It supports all video, display, mobile, and native formats, as well as a variety of real-time header bidding options.

In exchange for showing ads with MediaFem, publishers receive 70% of the revenue earned by the service. These percentages are consistent regardless of a publisher’s geographic location, and they are not averaged among publishers. Only if the publisher generates more than 60 million monthly impressions will MediaFem’s share of revenue be lowered.

2- Infolinks

Infolinks is a global advertising platform that provides solutions for both advertisers and publishers. Infolinks marketers create their own campaigns using the Self-Managing Platform. When you advertise with Infolinks, you’re sending relevant messages to interested users.

Also, Infolinks allows online bloggers and website owners to monetize their web pages while maintaining the integrity and aesthetic of their sites. Infolinks Publishers can choose from a range of advertising styles, including InFrame, InFold, InTag, and InText, to create their winning product combination. 

3- Monumetric

Monumetric is a full-service ad partner that assists publishers in meeting their revenue targets. When you work with Monumetric, you’re dealing with a group of people who are passionate about data, performance, and, most importantly, people. Their white-glove monetization services provide you with complete control over your earnings while maintaining the greatest possible user experience.

The data-driven approach to managing online ads results in a high payout and a great user experience. We focus on filling all of your advertising at the highest rates feasible, rather than simply managing your highest performing ad units or cherry-picking your most qualified visitors. That means you get the best value for your page views.

Also published on Medium.