Mgid is a native advertising network which provides the publishers with an amazing platform to earn money from the traffic they receive on their websites.
If you are looking for a native ad network which does not have harsh publisher requirements as compared to that of some premium ad networks like Taboola and Outbrain but still has amazing payout rates, Mgid is definitely the best choice for you.
As a matter of fact, I have already listed Mgid as one of the best AdSense alternatives. If you want to have a look at them, you can follow the post given below:
Coming back to Mgid, I have mixed feelings about this ad network.
Truth be told, I have never found this CPM Ad Network to be serving an ad which is having any relevance to the type of content on any article of mine whatsoever. Doubt me? Scroll to the bottom of the page and check out the other cool stuff section. This is Mgid for you. Why do I still keep these ads on Stuff Listings? They have an insane amount of engagement. Strangely, these ads fetch a lot of hits even after being totally irrelevant to the context.
Getting an approval for Mgid ads is a fairly easy task and the CPM rates are, strangely, very high. If you want to earn without bothering much about the type of ads which are served, Mgid can turn out to be one of the best Adsense Alternatives for you.
Strangely enough, Mgid ads drive a high conversion rate for my websites and they are totally AdSense safe as well. If you want to supplement your ads income, you can make use of Mgid. The best ad placement for the ads can be at the bottom of your articles where I have experienced the maximum user engagement.
I would like to point out one thing here though. Mgid ads, no doubts, have a good CTR, but that has increased the bounce rate of Stuff Listings significantly. If you are bothered about your bounce rate, you might want to watch out here.
What are your thoughts on Mgid? Do let me know in the comments section below. Also, do not forget to subscribe to Stuff Listings. To do so, just tap the bell icon at the bottom of your screen.