Evadav Native Advertising Network With Push Notifications

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It’s been said that the only constant in life is change. In few arenas does this ring truer than on the Internet. If you hope to succeed online, either as a publisher or as an advertiser, you must be prepared to adapt to the times. What may have worked for you a few years ago could be completely irrelevant today, especially in the increasingly competitive space to grab the attention of users.

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Staying ahead of the curve, Evadav is a native advertising network based on push notifications. And it could prove remarkably lucrative for publishers, just as it represents a tremendous new opportunity for advertisers. Let’s look into this a little deeper.

Push Notifications for the Win with Evadav

When you think about most of the advertising that you see on the Internet, it’s largely passive in nature. You might see an ad banner running in the sidebar of a blog, or the sponsored listings at the top of a search engine results page. Users can just glaze right on past them.

The push notifications of the Evadav platform are able to by pass that traditional ad blindness, because the push notifications literally push themselves front and center to grab a user’s attention. At the same time, the ads are balanced against the desire to maintain a positive user experience where the ads don’t feel overly intrusive or annoying. The net result is a win-win for publishers and advertisers alike.

Evadav offers a “new form of monetization for your website” with “fast integration” and “the highest eCPM rate among all advertising formats.” You get paid whenever someone from your website (or from traffic that you purchase) subscribes to the push notifications. And that person who signs up is associated with your account forever, representing a long-term opportunity for continuous revenue.

Be Seen and Get Paid with Evadav Placements

Push notifications work on both mobile devices, like smartphones and tablets, as well as on laptops and desktop computers.

You’re likely already familiar with the notifications you receive on your phone whenever someone sends you an email or you receive a social media message. The advertising side of push notifications work much the same way, and they work on desktop too. These small pop-ups appear on the screen of the user’s device, and they’re much more effective at grabbing a user’s attention than other ad formats.

You can monetize any geographic region (“geo”) with Evadav. Along with an average 12% conversion rate, 60% click rate, 100% system uptime, over 172k campaigns, and some 287k daily impressions, it’s no wonder that publishers are enjoying some of the highest eCPMs on the market.

Creating a Native Ad

Signing up for an Evadav account literally takes just seconds. All you need to provide is an email address and password, plus either Skype or Telegram as a means for your account manager to contact you. Account registration does not require moderation, so you’ll have access to the dashboard immediately. From there, you can get started with creating your “stream.”

Configuring the native advertising widget is easy. After giving a name to the stream, you give a name to the native ad, as well as the domain (HTTPS only) where the ad will appear. You can then optionally customize settings like the customer service worker name, time to next display and display delay.

The prompt constructor is what brings up the additional settings in the lower half of the screenshot above. That’s the pop-up for asking to show notifications to the user. Once they click “allow,” that’s your conversion and you’re well on your way to making money. You can customize the main text, as well as the text in the allow and cancel fields, plus the icon on the left if you don’t like the default bell. Once you click on “create,” the widget is sent for approval, which typically happens very quickly.

After the widget is approved, you simply go back into your dashboard to grab the code. You’ll need to download the JS file (it’s less than 1kb) and upload it to the root directory of your website. Then, place the ad code on your website where you want the ad to appear. And that’s it.

Creating a Popup Ad within Evadav

In addition to the native advertising option described above, you can also choose to create a popup ad that converts in exactly the same way: if someone clicks to “allow” push notifications on their device, either mobile or desktop, then you’ll get paid for that conversion. Accessing the popup ads is in the same area as the native ads; you just need to switch over to the popup tab in the widget creation tool.

There, you’ll see a place to give your popup widget a name. You can optionally include postback pixels and postback links, if you’d like, as well as a trafficback URL. If you use the default trafficback, you can maximize your earning potential through Evadav. There’s also the “complexity,” which represents how many times a user can cancel the subscription. And then there’s the option of choosing between a revenue share or a CPA model for payment.

Below that are a great number of templates for the popup ad, both adult and mainstream. Fro each, you can see the template name, as well as average conversion rate (CR), valid platforms, and allowable geos. Unlike the native ads above, popup ads do not require moderation and are available to you immediately after creation. You are given a popup URL if you buy traffic, as well as popup codes for your own website, both with and without your sub IDs.

Regarding how much money you can expect to earn, here is the current list of CPA rates. As a general rule of thumb, mobile earns higher rates than desktop, and most of the top-performing countries are of the tier-1 variety.

This Is Your Notification

As a publisher, the Evadav Native Advertising Network offers a lot of appeal. You can expect the highest conversion rates on the market, an easy-to-use interface, an effective monetization model, and weekly payments too with a low minimum threshold of just $25. They can pay out via PayPal, Paxum, Skrill, Payoneer, ePayments or Webmoney; there’s also the option for SWIFT with a $500 minimum. There are no minimum traffic requirements too.

If you’re looking for a new and lucrative way to monetize your traffic, whether you have a website or not, give Evadav a look. That’s one way to push your way to profitability!