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    Intoxicated with the madness petertdavis's Avatar
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    Which networks accept multiple sites?

    I was wondering how different ad networks deal with people who own multiple sites. The signup forms I see generally ask you to put down a single website, obviously, but I am wondering what they do when you want to put ads on many sites. I'm interested in hearing from people who have multiple sites and use ad networks to see how well (or not so well) it has worked out for them on the different networks.
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    Think most fo the ones that I deal with accept multiple sites. What tends to happen si that they ask for an initial site and you can add later. Mamma, Casale, Burst (although more limited) Fastclick, Buds to name but a few. Works pretty well for me.
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    Depends on types of sites. As for personal experiences, (in no order), FastClick, RealTechNetwork, Casale, and Burst accept additional sites w/o much hassle. Other networks, however, can be a daunting task.
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    Adsense allows new sites, it's always best to check the site with them first though.

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    Adsense is CPC, not CPM.
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    Most add networks have ways to add more sites in their control panels. Just sign-up with one and take it from there.

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    Most networks (tribal, casale, burst) has a form to fill out when you want to apply to their network with additional sites. For real tech network, I had to email them so that they can review the site first and then I was told to use the same ad codes. For Tribal Fusion, you can just email your account manager for review and they will integrate the new site into your current account.


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