Media.net is a purely contextual ad network, which does mean that, it hosts ads based on the context of the page. For example, if you are running Media.net ads on your page about Insurance, your readers will be seeing advertisements related to insurance and insurance related business. Similarly, a page about car will have ads related to car and automobile related service adverts.
Contextual advertisements perform smoothly than other types of ads (direct, popup or popunder), and this is one reason why Media.net is quite popular after AdSense and BuySellAds.
Media.net is powered by large advertising companies Yahoo! and Bing, and you will see only high quality or high paying ads through Media.net. This network is targeted to small to large Bloggers & Media Houses who produce quality content. So even if you have a small blog with targeted and quality content, your chance of getting approval is high.
Here are the most notable and unique features of Media.net ad network:
Currently, the Yahoo! Bing contextual ad network (Media.net) is an invitation based ad network. You can apply for an invite code here, by adding details about you and your website. If you have multiple blogs/websites, you can apply for all of them under one account from the same page. Soon thereafter, one of their representatives will evaluate your blog, and once you are approved, you will be assigned an account manager, and you will receive your login details via email.
At the time of the writing of this post, Media.net supports payment via PayPal, Payoneer and wire-transfer. The minimum payout threshold is $100.
Overall, after reading the reviews about Media.net and considering the way it has evolved in the past year, I feel comfortable recommending that you go ahead and sign up for a publisher’s account.