Frequently Asked Questions

Updated 5 Aug 2020 12:40:20

  What is AdVow Advertising Network

AdVow Advertising Network is an innovative display advertising network which uses it's own state of the art ad technology to deliver right ads to the right customers. Our ad technology help publishers generate more leads, sales and increase revenue using contextual, banner, geo-targeting ads. AdVow Advertising Network is another product of Josytal (a software development and marketing company). All technical support and maintenance issues are handled by Josytal. So It's OK if you receive emails from

  What are the requirements to become a Publisher

To become an Publisher, you need to be at least 18 years old, register a free account with AdVow Ad Network. You must also have at least one full-blown, functional website with unique content, on the pages of which you will insert Ad placement codes to display Ads from advertisers. Once you've confirmed your account by email, you can proceed with generating Ad placement codes for your website(s).

  Can I monetize my parked domains with AdVow Network

We accept into AdVow Ad Network only Parked domains that are using DNHat for their landing pages. DNHat monetization plugins for domain portfolio/marketplace have been designed to be compatible with AdVow Ad Network modules. So, you must be using a copy of DNHat (either by subscription or self-hosted) and the domains you want to monetize must redirect (forward) to your marketplace using DNHat. Parked domains using other sundry parking services will not be accepted.

  What are your minimums for Advertisers

To become an Advertiser you need to be at least 18 years old, register a free account on AdVow Ad Network. You must also have functional website(s), will act as the landing target for your ad campaigns when you ads are clicked. Once you've confirmed your account by email, you can proceed with creating your ads and then assign them to a campaign.

  When will my Ad campaign go live

We reserve the rights to review ads before they go live so that all ads comply with our standards, especially if you are advertising with us for the first time. Approximately within 24 hours after submission, your ad campaign may be reviewed by system administrator - especially if you're running ad campaign on the system for the first time. This is to ensure compliance with our rules and guidelines.

We do our best to review campaigns as quickly as possible. If and where necessary, we will give additional consultation and hints on how best to launch your ad campaign. Review may be waived for regular customers. Campaign will go live if there are available funds in your account to offset the estimated cost or your campaign budget.

  Can I cancel a campaign

Yes, our self-serve system will let you cancel or pause a campaign and refund the budget back to your account balance at anytime.

  Can I create multiple accounts

No, you cannot create multiple accounts nor will you ever find the need to do so.

As an advertiser, under one account you can create unlimited number of Ads and use them to run up to 9 parallel campaigns. You can advertise multiple websites - simply indicate the address (domain) of the target site for each campaign.

As a publisher, under one account you can add unlimited number of websites, generate codes and insert the codes into the pages of the sites in order to display Ads and earn money. The only requirement here is that: each time you generate ad placement code you must indicate the address (domain) of the website, where you want to insert the code.

  Do you offer a referral program

Yes, all you need is register an account with us, get your affiliate code. You will receive 20% commission on the earnings of referred publishers and 30% of the first payment made by advertiser you introduced to AdVow.

Use your affiliate link anywhere you want to promote AdVow.
Whenever someone clicks the link and lands on, a cookie with your affiliate ID will be stored in his/her browser for 30 days. Any order placed by the same user within that period guarantees your affiliate commission. Commission ranges between 20 to 30% of paid amount. Payouts via PayPal, Bank/Wire Transfer or Payoneer.

Where can you promote your Affiliate Link?

1. On social media channels such as Facebook, Twitter, Quora, LinkedIn, etc.
2. On business forums - by inserting your affiliate code/link along with your avatar and signature
3. On your blog - paste your affiliate code/link on the pages of your website
4. In your newsletters and Email signature
5. Publicize/promote your affiliate link by writing articles or reviews about AdVow on forums and other websites.

Remember! The more you promote your affiliate link, the more chances you have to make money!

  What type of Ad Formats do you support

Technically, supports unlimited Ad formats. But we have selected the most popular types among publishers and advertisers. For full details, please click here

  How Do you Protect Ads From Bad Bot Traffic and Fraudulent Clicks

Bot traffic is essentially non-human traffic to a website. Bot traffic is the result of software applications running automated tasks. Save for the legit search engine bots, now a days automated bot traffic are big headache and nuisance to internet community. They can distort traffic stats and give suspicious CTR (Click Through Rate) of Ad campaigns on websites. Where proactive measures are best approach to addressing the issue, many analytics tracking services are powerless and reactive in response.

At AdVow we've developed simple, yet effective solution to the problems. Having gathered lots of data from our ad network over the years, we are proactive and able to forestall likely occurrence of ugly scenario. Knowing the average CTR for each ad type, we set cap on the number of valid clicks in relation to number of impressions. For example, if the network average CTR for a particular Ad type is 2%, then a publisher having 100 impressions with 10 clicks will only be credited for maximum of 2 clicks. Advertiser pays for 2 clicks.

Beside that, we have set Maximum number of clicks to count from same user/IP/day for each publishing place, hence suspicious clicks from suspicious users are not counted at all.

As an advertiser, in your campaign settings, you can also set limit to the maximum number of clicks your ad(s) will receive per day. You can also restrict your ads being displayed to visitors from selected countries. Indicating days of the week and time of the day you want your campaign to run is another step you can take to limit unwanted clicks and impressions.

CTR is the number of clicks that your ad receives divided by the number of times your ad is shown: clicks ÷ impressions = CTR. For example, if you had 3 clicks and 100 impressions, then your CTR would be 3%. Each of your ads and keywords have their own CTRs that you can see listed in your account.