Ad networks act as the “middle man” between businesses and bloggers; they fill your ad spots with their clients’ ads so you don’t have to worry about selling your own space.
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If you’ve been approved with multiple ad networks, it makes sense to run them through an ad server. You can set up your ads so the various networks compete against each other for space on your site. This can dramatically raise your CPM (cost per thousand impressions).
Do you have experience with any of these ad networks or ad servers? We’d love to hear your experiences and opinions in the comments below. Also, let us know if we’re missing a good ad network! We’ll add it to the list.