PopAds is a very popular self-serve popunder network.
Their traffic is generated when a visitor goes to a website that has the PopAds ad script. Once the visitor clicks a link on the website, a popunder occurs which will display whichever URL the advertiser is advertising. Advertisers are able to bid on this traffic through a self-serve RTB.
PopAds has a ton of great targeting options and is very laxed with what they allow to be ran on their network. Because of this, it’s a popular choice for several affiliate marketers and great for beginners.
What most affiliates don’t understand is that depending on which device the traffic is coming from, the user experience of how the ad is shown varies.
If the visitor is on a mobile device (Android, iPhone, etc) the pop-up actually performs as a popunder.
That means that the site the visitor was trying to go to actually remains in the foreground and the advertisement stays behind.
Understanding this is quite crucial to your campaign as some visitors may not see your advertisement for several days.
There are a few tricks that we will go over later on in this post that will allow you to move your ad into the foreground.
When the visitor is on a desktop (PC or Mac) there are actually two different types of traffic:
- Traditional pop-up’s which opens a new browser window
- Tabups, which simply open a new tab in the foreground of the visitor’s browser window
I’ve found that even though it may seem like a subtle difference, each type of ad converts very differently depending on the type of offer you are running.
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