If you're not yet an Adsense publisher or you want to compliment your Adsense earnings, you should request an invite in Media.net. You can also turn to Media.net when you get banned in Adsense.
It's fairly easy to get accepted in Media.net. You just head to their home page and click on request an invite. You then fill up the form and wait for their welcome email.
What if you're not accepted?First, let's consider the factors that Media.net uses to determine if they will accept you or not.
1. Good Quality Content
There's no need to aim for high quality content, just good quality. Make sure that your website or blog contains more than 20 good quality posts that a person would like to read.
2. Content in English
Needless to say, having content in English gives you more chances of earning with ad networks. Media.net particularly requires English as your content language.
3. US, Canada and UK Traffic
Now this one seems to be the problem that hinder many from being accepted in Media.net. My main website has almost 80% of its traffic from the Philippines. But I have almost 13,000 pageviews from US, Canada and UK monthly too.
This might have slipped through Media.net's attention so I appealed.
Appeal to Media.netAfter receiving an email stating that I wasn't accepted to Media.net, I immediately took a screenshot of my traffic stats showing my monthly pageviews in different countries. I then sent it to the appeal email address that they've included in their message.
The next day, I received an email from a name that sounded like someone from India. When I opened it, I was surprised that he was my personal sales representative and offered guidance on how I can implement Media.net ads on my website.