RevenueHits Ad Network Review 2020
RevenueHits is one of the most popular CPM ad networks. RevenueHits claims to be not as good as Google AdSense, but it feels as the best alternative to Google AdSense. Long before PropellerAds, adnety or adnow appeared, RevenueHits actually existed first.
RevenueHits is a CPM-based online advertising network that offers several ad formats, such as pop-unders, banners, shadow boxes, sliders, footers, and also advertisements for mobile devices. RevenueHits helps publishers generate more revenue with the Contextual system.
The innovative RevenueHits ad network is designed to help publishers monetize their online assets, including toolbars, websites, search, widgets, IM applications etc.
RevenueHits is owned and operated by Intango Ltd. An advertising company founded in 2008 by a team of experienced technology professionals, financial experts and successful online marketers.
Although RevenueHits has never been as popular as Google AdSense, there are not a few blog managers who choose RevenueHits to monetize their blogs. Over time, now RevenueHits has emerged as one of the most popular online advertising networks.
Although in general bloggers are more interested in talking about the success stories of AdSense publishers, but beyond that not a few bloggers also review about RevenueHits. From some references that I read, some bloggers are satisfied with the income they get from RevenueHits, and some are more interested in using another ad network.
RevenueHits Review Based on Case Studies
As per the technical guidelines provided by the RevenueHits team, RevenueHits ads will only work properly after the ad code is installed on the publisher’s blog for a minimum of seven days. The RevenueHits algorithm takes longer to determine the best advertisement on a publisher’s blog. During these seven days, the publisher was asked not to make any changes or remove ad code.
To find out RevenueHits performance, I immediately installed two ad formats, namely pop-under and banner. However, seven days later I removed the banner ad because I was worried that the Froggy Ads CTR would experience a significant decline. In addition, from the seven-day performance test, the CPM rate of the RevenueHits banner ad also looks very low compared to the pop-under so my decision to release it is unanimous.
Observation of impressions and eCPM RevenueHits continues. There are times when eCPM shows an increase, and there are times when it decreases. Two weeks later (from the time of advertising) I decided to release all types of RevenueHits ads. I did this because my earnings did not show significant improvement as I expected.
After I removed the banner ad, the number of ad impressions decreased by 90%. This has an impact on the final income. Although eCPM has increased, with very low impressions earnings remain at a low level.
The results obtained by publishers sometimes differ from one another. My test results on RevenueHits don’t match expectations, but that doesn’t mean you will experience the same thing. In fact, not a few of the bloggers in the country are satisfied with the income they get from RevenueHits.
If you are interested in trying RevenueHits, you should do the testing yourself. That way, you will know the exact results. Although the blog income barometer is determined by a number of basic factors such as visitor and niche geography, sometimes with almost the same media the results look very different.