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Thursday, July 5, 2018

Generate More Traffic To Your Site Using PropellerAds For Free!!!

No, no, no. Before you start getting it wrong. Am not saying that PropellerAds is giving away free advertising credit. Rather, what I meant is, PropellerAds now have a feature that will enable you to generate traffic to your site without cost. Continue reading to find out more.



If you are already a PropellerAds publisher, you will have noticed a new ad unit that is in vogue. This ad unit is termed Native Subscription. This ad unit create a browser notifications allow sign to any user who visit your site which you have implement it on, and once the visitor allow the notifications, PropellerAds will start sending them push notification from their advertisement pool, and you will be paid for each impression.

That is for generating revenue by the way.

The great news is, as of Tuesday, the 3rd of July 2018, PropellerAds launched a new service for publishers. This service is called Push Service.

With the Push Service, you will be able to send push notifications to your site's subscribe completely without cost.
Meaning, rather than have PropellerAds serve only ads based notifications to your subscribers, the Push Service feature allows you to mix the ads based notifications with notification about your own sit!!!
Thus, your subscriber is now truly your subscribers and not PropellerAds'.

As i have noted earlier, using this Push Service feature in PropellerAds to send push notifications to your site's subscribers is completely FREE. Just click on the Push Service option in the left navigation bar, after you have signed into your PropellerAds dashboard to get started.

This free Push Service feature is for PropellerAds publishers only. Advertisers will have to pay to have push notification sent. But the good news is, as an advertiser, your push notifications will reach more audience. Publishers audience is limited to just their site subscribers only.




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