[Official Thread] MGID - Global Native Ads and Native Push Notifications Marketplace

Hi, Afflift community :) Let's talk about traffic insights.

At first, you should know, there is a clear country division into tier 1, tier 2 and tier 3.

Tier 1 countries are Australia, Canada, Finland, Norway, Spain, Sweden, the United Kingdom, the U.S.A etc.
Tier 2 are Albania, Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica, Egypt, Estonia, Hong Hong, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Morocco, Russia, Singapore. Switzerland etc.
Tier 3 consists of Central African Rep, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Zimbabwe, and others.

There are a great many people who consider starting their affiliate marketing thing by promoting Tier 1 offers because of higher payouts. However, they do not take into account the facts that there is fierce competition, expensive traffic/leads and saturated market. So, you may not get the expected return for these reasons. That’s why we suggest paying your attention to countries from tier 2. Tier 2 is characterized by huge traffic volumes at a cheaper cost. However, the drawback here is the absence of high-quality leads and lower profitability. Finally, with good offers, it’s worth experimenting!

You should keep in mind that traffic quantity varies from an ad network to ad network and from vertical to vertical. Some of them will provide you with high volumes at lower costs, others with high-quality leads at a higher price. All depends on your goals!

Our platform provides you with convenient functionality. ‘’Traffic insights’’ is a relatively new feature in MGID’s native advertising network. There are three tables: hot opportunities, low competition, and best performing. By studying these sections, you can predict the budget for test and optimization and avoid running your campaigns blindfolded.

Furthermore, with an initial deposit from 500$, you get a personal account manager, who will help to perfectly optimize your ad campaign. Then, you will also get access to our custom creative service. This will allow our designers and content-creators to help you create effective and clickable teasers.

We hope you will find this information useful. Please, if you have any questions, leave them below in the comments.

Stay tuned!


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