Germany has a strong online culture, for sure. Indeed, it’s estimated that the average number of Instagram stories created per day by influencers is about 11. 

 

That is, german people are very open to digital content. They follow influencers on social media and read blogs too. 

 

Go For It

 

A German blogger can make up to $2.500 a month the first year. So you’re an enthusiast of a certain topic and you want people to know more about it? Start a blog, now.

 

For instance, let’s suppose that your specialty is German culture, cuisine, or sports. Creating a website dedicated to it can be a great idea but a lot of work too. But nothing impossible.

 

Now that you have your blog, and a few readers, the problem is figuring out how to take advantage of it so that you can see profit as soon as possible.

 

 

Use Ads

 

Without a question, the best way to go about it is to place ads and choose an ad network.

 

That is, advertisers are linked to websites that seek to place adverts through this organization.

 

Furthermore, an ad network’s primary job is to pool ad supply from publishers and match it to advertiser needs.

 

To display adverts in specified regions of your website, most ad systems use an automated network. You get a portion of the commission when a visitor responds to this material (by watching, clicking on, or making a purchase through the ad), with the remainder going to the network.

 

1-  MediaFem

This is a full-service SSP platform with over 12 years of ad monetization experience located in the United Kingdom.

Several publishers buy ad codes to encourage users to read more articles on the same page or to boost referral traffic earnings.

 

Publishers can access tools, intelligence reports, and customization choices provided by a strong prediction engine via the network.

 

Moreover, as a result of their use of MediaFem, publishers receive 70% of the profits generated by the service. These percentages are not averaged and are consistent across all publications, regardless of location.

 

2- Next Millenium

 

Next Millennium is a full-service digital solutions company that caters to web publishers and brand advertising.

 

3- AppNexus (Xandr)

AppNexus is a US-based multinational technology company that runs a cloud-based software platform that enables and optimizes programmatic online advertising. You can see the website of its holding company (Xandr) here.

 

4- YOC

YOC, which was founded in 2001, has developed a marketplace for non-intrusive digital ad formats and distributes them overall programmatic and direct trading channels.

 

They enable an optimal advertising experience for advertisers, publishers, and users of the mobile internet and mobile applications with the help of a programmatic trading platform

 

5- Criteo

With its simple self-service platform, you can create campaigns in minutes and have complete control over configuration, management, and analysis.

 

In one spot, you can create, manage, and report on your digital advertising initiatives. Reach out to customers at every stage of their buying process, from discovery to purchase.

 


Also published on Medium.