No two websites are the same, so why should their monetization be? Our team of experts creates a custom strategy for each and every one of our publishers, tailored to their needs.
We utilize our entire arsenal of tools and resources to make sure our partners reach their full potential. Each of our publishers gets access to the right pool of demand, top-tier technology and monetization experts to help them find success.
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SegmentNext joined PubGalaxy in early 2018 and we thought we’d share with you how we’ve managed to ramp up their performance and how we compare with their previous partner.
Fotor.com offers an online photo editing tool that attracts a diverse and dedicated audience worldwide. Check out the story to find out how they streamlined their processes and maximized ad revenue.
Scott Webster from AndroidGuys.com is one of those publishers who can share knowledge from over a decade worth of experience. Check out his monetization learnings in the success story below.
In the last few months, Google has released several algorithm updates and we are reading a lot on the topic lately. Most of us are trying to figure out how it will affect our day-to-day work. What its reflection will be on the digital advertising industry and mainly, how it will impact publishers and their website traffic, consequentially their revenue. Well, don’t worry, it is not as crazy as it looks. We will try to summarize and simplify it in the next few paragraphs.
Today we’re here to explore the journey to website monetization, which properties are eligible and where to begin. If you’re already partnering with PubGalaxy or running your own monetization setup, this article won’t be of much use to you. But if you’re just starting out in the digital publishing business and you’d like to start monetizing your website – you’ve come to the right place.
Being a publisher can be tough at any stage, but that seems to be especially true for small, upcoming businesses. With limited staff and resources, media owners are required to do most of the heavy lifting themselves. From writing and editing to image processing and marketing management, etc. In all honesty, that’s how things are usually when most people start out. Nowadays, the level of quality demanded by users puts a massive strain on publishers. There’s just so much to do and spreading yourself too thin can be the death of progress. But don’t worry, we understand. Here’s a list of powerful tools and apps that can lift the burden of day-to-day activities and make your life a whole lot easier.