Application ProcessApplying for Ambient Digital took a few days. That's definitely better than Google Adsense but with more requirements than Nuffnang.
I sent an email to Liza Gonzales, Ambient Digital's Publisher Manager. In the message, I introduced my self and my blog. I also attached a screenshot of my blog's stats to show that it has more than 20,000 visitors per month. Now it has more than 300,000 pageviews per month.
The next day, she replied and asked more questions about my blog. I answered them and a few more about how frequently I post and similar questions.
Finally, she sent the ad code after 3 days. She just made sure that my blog has good quality content and enough number of visitors. Work on those aspects first if you will apply.
Here's her email address: liza.gonzales (at) ambientdigitalgroup.com.
Ambient Digital AdsAs you might have seen on websites with Ambient Digital ads, they are video ads that float on the lower right corner of the screen.
It's perfect if your reader is viewing your website in a large screen. However, it becomes intrusive on netbooks, tablets and of course, mobile phones.
Ambient Digital EarningsAfter a month of being ON and OFF on my tech blog, my Ambient Digital account already reached the payout threshold of ₱650 only. So I decided to just let it sit there.
I let the ads on for 3 weeks and to my astonishment, it reached more than ₱2,000! I decided to let it on for more weeks until my earnings reached ₱5,400. Then I made a withdrawal.
Three months passed, November 2013, Ambient Digital deposited my ₱5,400 to my bank account.
I kept it on since then but only showing the ads if the screen size is large enough. My earnings are now at ₱7,000.