Traffic Junky Inc. is a privately held company that was established in 2008 in Quebec Canada and is perhaps one of the oldest adult advertising networks. They manage several rather highly trafficked “tube” websites with an intelligent and versatile CPM-based advertising model and platform.
By “tube” websites, I refer to several of the most popular porn or adult websites on the web, often with “tube” or related words in their names. E.g. RedTube, YouPorn, Pornhub, and many more.
Their platform runs on a pre-paid advertising, self-serve bidding process designed to provide advertisers with ad spaces that meets most if not all of their basic ad requirements.
Traffic Junky is arguably one of the leaders in their field. Their main focus industries being the Gambling and Entertainment, Health and Beauty, Sexual Wellness, Adult Dating and Adult Pay sites, and several other industries.
The first thing to note about the industries they cover is that it is a refreshing break from what seems to be the norm for many ad networks who not only exclude potential clients from these industries, baring the Health and Wellness, but are always quick to clamp down on those who might even unknowingly flout their regulations.
Given how rampant this seeming aversion of many ad networks to operate in these industries is, and how they go to great lengths to make these aversions known to publishers and advertisers at every turn, Traffic Junky no doubt must be a welcome breath of fresh air.
This break from the norm is perhaps reason for the seemingly phenomenal success they have had in just nine short years of their existence. The exact success I refer to entails:
All the above accounting for a stunning 2.2 Billion ad impressions per month.
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Considering that they operate in a somewhat largely “ostracized” industry, I think these stats are amazing.
They of course provide everything you would expect of an ad network such as keyword targeting, ISP targeting, frequency capping, time of day ad display, and more.
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What are the Traffic Junky publisher requirements?
Traffic Junky does not have any publisher traffic requirements. They do however manually approve all websites and reserve the right to approve or deny websites. They do not allow sites with content including alcohol, drugs, extreme violence, abuse & rape; weapons & ammunition, hacking/cracking, incentive ads, incentive ads, bots used to generate artificial impressions or clicks, incomplete websites or under construction, any illegal content. You must comply with their rules and regulations.
What does Traffic Junky charge?
The pricing for publishers of Traffic Junky is a revenue share model. The split is 60/40%. As a publisher you keep 60% of the ad revenues and traffic junky charges 40%.
What are the Traffic Junky payment methods?
Traffic Junky pays it’s publishers by paypal, paxum and wire transfer with NET7 terms with varying payment balance minimums.
What is the Traffic Junky Minimum payment threshold?
Traffic Junky offers one of the lower payment terms with payments every Wednesday. The paypal payment minimum is $100; for Paxum the minimum balance is $50; for wire transfer the minimum balance is $1,000.
After extensively using their platform, doing a lot of independent research on them, asking them a lot of questions and more, I can convincingly say that Traffic Junky is an ad network worth giving a try, provided you are comfortable the industry they operate in.
They are undoubtedly a leader in their vertical and it is a safe assumption to make that any company that is a leader in their industry didn’t become one by chance, but because they have earned the trust and respect of many of their clients and peers.
That Traffic Junky has been around for eight years is perhaps testament to their “realness.” It is almost certain that any ad network that is not up to scratch and has any iota of an inkling of being a scam network can never last this long, because word gets around very fast abut scam networks, and just a few negative reviews are enough to ruin an ad network.
I am pleased to say that after several days of scouring the web, I can say that there is little to no mention of the word scam in relation to their name.
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