SOURCE: Adknowledge

Adknowledge

May 01, 2012 11:55 ET

Adknowledge Launches New Payment Options Including Weekly Payments for Publishers

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - May 1, 2012) - Adknowledge announced that effective today, May 1st, 2012, they will offer new payment options for publishers. These new payment options have been designed to provide publishers with added flexibility, security, and simplified account management.

While Adknowledge continues to meet the changing needs of their publishers, other networks in the industry are struggling: Velo Holdings Inc, parent company of Neverblue, Lava Life and Vertrue, filed for bankruptcy with over $1 Billion in debt; Epic Media Group's Affiliate Division, formerly known as Azoogle, has reportedly stopped paying publishers; and Adteractive announced that they would be closing their doors without fulfilling their financial obligations to publishers. In contrast, Adknowledge's publisher payment system offers a secure and profitable way for all its publishers to get rewarded. All they have to do is pick one of the following monetization options that work best for them:

  • Get paid every week with cash deposited immediately into your account.
    • Payment method: Merchant account
    • No Adknowledge fee
    • Fast Net 7 cash
  • Get paid monthly with no Merchant account required.
    • Payment method: PayPal, ACH Transfer, or Wire transfer
    • Net 30

Current Adknowledge publishers who do not choose to opt-in to a new payment plan will not be affected in any way and they can continue to use their current payment plan. For more information about our new publisher payment plans, visit www.adknowledge.com/publisher/paymentmenu/.

About Adknowledge

Adknowledge operates the 4th largest marketplace (beyond Google, Bing, and Facebook) for advertisers to connect with their target audiences in hard-to-reach places on the Web with similar ROI as search. Since its founding in 2004, Adknowledge has grown organically and through acquisitions (including Miva, Super Rewards, Hydra and AdParlor) to become the largest privately-owned internet advertising network. The company connects advertisers with consumers across the long tail web via multiple channels, including email, search, domains and social networks. For more information on Adknowledge, visit www.adknowledge.com.

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