We bring The ad revenue

You bring great content

Higher ad revenue and no headaches – It’s as simple as that. For 18 years we’ve been
mastering the art of website monetization, so we can bring that expertise to publishers worldwide.

We bring The ad revenue

You bring great content

Higher ad revenue and no headaches – It’s as simple as that. For 18 years we’ve been mastering the art of website monetization, so we can bring that expertise to publishers, like you.
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Driving business growth across the entire programmatic ecosystem and beyond. Streamlined operations, cutting edge technology and almost two decades of industry experience – that’s only the beginning. Supercharge your ad revenue and achieve sustainable growth with our range of high quality monetization products and services, developed just for you – the publisher.

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Having the right demand for your audience is crucial to achieving the desired results. We provide our clients with full access to our pool of cherry-picked demand partners – both industry leaders and niche monetization platforms.  Here are just a few of the valuable partnerships we’ve established over the years.

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What Our Publishers Say About Us

We are proud to be trusted by some of the best website owners across the globe, helping them reach beyond their monetization goals.
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Website monetization & Ad Revenue | PubGalaxy Top Publishers

PubGalaxy has aided us in monetizing, maximizing our revenue and streamlining a number of processes. With great performance and excellent support, PubGalaxy is highly recommended.

Connie lin
www.fotor.com
Ad Revenue | PubGalaxy Top Publishers

“I’ve been with Pubgalaxy for more than two years and I love them. I can’t see myself ever leaving them. They are always working hard to improve the revenue of my site and are always there when I have questions I need answering. Pubgalaxy is highly recommended.”

Tony
www.novelupdates.com
Website monetization & Ad Revenue | PubGalaxy Top Publishers

PubGalaxy has been consistently offering great support and new opportunities for a greater revenue every month.

Eber do Carmo
www.NoticiasAutomotivas.com
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Page RPM
17 Feb: Page RPM and its importance for publishers

These days there is so much information at our disposal, with metrics for almost everything. Sometimes, there are some metrics that do not just show a picture but also tell a story.  For example, for Students, your GPA (Grade Point Average) shows how good a student you are, for growing businesses your CAC (Customer Acquisition Cost) shows you how much it costs to gain a new customer and grow your business. For Publishers like you, there is Page RPM. What is Page RPM? Page RPM refers to the revenue a publisher would expect to see generated per one thousand page views. RPM is an acronym for Revenue Per Mille, with Mille being the Latin word for a thousand (for those of you thinking back to college that’s why Roman numerals have M for a thousand!).  RPM tells a publisher how much revenue is being generated for each page that is viewed on their website. A publisher can even calculate the Page RPM for individual pages.  How do you calculate it? Before you can calculate Page RPM, you need to know 2 numbers; Total Ad Revenue – how much ad revenue you think you have made Total Page Views – how many times a user views a page The formula used is as follows: Total Ad Revenue / Total Page Views * 1000 Example: If you have 4k page views per month and an estimated ad revenue of $30, your Page RPM would be ($30/4000)*1000 = $7.50 Why it is Important?…

04 Feb: Rewarded ads – Benefits and drawbacks

Rewarded ads or Incentivized ads are a mainstay of the modern in-app mobile advertising experience. These types of ads are designed to reward the user once they have taken the desired action after seeing an advert. Over the years there has been an evolving relationship with this type of advertising, sparking the rise in the freemium model. What are they and how do they work? As the name suggests, Rewarded ads also known as Incentivized ads, offer mobile users a reward or incentive in exchange for their interaction with an ad. This can include installing an app, registering or subscribing to a website or service, or watching a video. This is especially prevalent in scenarios where a user wants to unlock content such as level-ups, more lives, power-ups, virtual coins, removing ads, or premium content. Unlocking content on completion of the desired action can be seen when the revenue model ‘Freemium’ is used. ‘Freemium’ offers users a free version of an app or service that either has a limited offering or that is heavily ad-supported. To remove the ads or unlock more features, a user must pay or subscribe to the app or service.  High profile examples of this ad unit would be games such as Candy Crush, where you can unlock game features, boosters, or lives by watching a video ad, and platforms such as Spotify, where you can unlock uninterrupted music for 30 mins by listening to an ad as part of their free version, with ads completely…

Google December 2020 Core Update
23 Dec: Google December 2020 Core Update Rolling Out

On the 3rd of December, Google announced that a new core update is rolling out. This December 2020 core update is the third one this year, the first one was the January 2020 core update and the second one was May 2020 core update. The roll-out  Google said “the December 2020 Core Update is now rolling outlive. As is typical with these updates, it will typically take about one to two weeks to fully roll out.” This was a global update, like all core updates, and was not unique to any area, language, or web site category. It’s a classic “broad-core update” that Google releases every few months or so. In this case, it was the longest stretch since the confirmed large core update, which took just under seven months, as compared to the usual three-month period. This December 2020 update On December 16, Google finished rolling out the Google December 2020 Core Update. As previously mentioned, it began on December 3rd at around 1 pm ET and took 13 days to roll out entirely, which is just about the two-week timeline that Google gave us for the core update rollouts.  Here’s the announcement from Google that it’s rolled out: It was an atypical core update and it seems to be a big and substantial one. We have monitored a huge spike in volatility on a number of sites on December 4th, the day after the update began rolling out. Then another set of fluctuations on the 10th of December,…

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