If you are a blogger in Nigeria, chances are that you have been frustrated by many ad networks while trying to earn money from your blog, especially the popular Google Adsense. If this description perfectly meets you, then you have found the right post for you.

Before you jump to the list, one thing to take note of is the fact that every well meaning blogger must be hardworking enough to earn from blogging. Also, while this list is as comprehensive and accurate as it can be, your earnings may differ if you do not put in the right efforts. This means that in many cases, you must have tangible blog content and a willing stream of audience or blog traffic that will make you earn on these platforms.

That said, here is a list of recommended Ad network alternatives for Nigerian publishers. We manage a network of blogs at NELOC Media and we have tested these ad networks at one point in time or the other, so you can trust that we are accurate with our reviews.

1. Adsterra

Boasting in its membership of over 5000+ publishers, 2,000,000+ monthly impressions and 300,000 monthly conversions, Adsterra is an online advertising media agency that connects Advertisers to their target audience through high traffic websites and apps in Nigeria. Adsterra has a solid vision in the online media advertising industry that makes it commit to leveraging on blogs and web publishers' platforms to get targeted audiences for advertisers. Adsterra is an advertising agency that allows publishers to earn from thheir website's content. You can choose to signup for Adsterra here.

2. Media.net

Media.net is a Ad Agency where advertisers can easily display their ads on thousands of websites. working as a digital monetisation platform that connects advertisers to publishers across like similar ad networks, Media.net makes it easy for advertisers to reach new customers on millions of websites while publishers get access to only the highest paying ads per time.

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3. Dochase Ads

Dochase is another long time advertising company in Nigeria that seeks to help grow your Business, improve brand awareness, customer engagement and customer acquisition. They make payments to publishers every 30 days at the end of the month. You can sign up for dochase ads by clicking here.

4. Moneytag Ads

Formerly known as Propeller Ads, Moneytag is a popular advertising network that allows you to earn from your blog or website. You can signup for Moneytag here.


NG Adverts is an Ad Network 


With all of these Advertising Agencies and platforms for publishers that we have listed, you should definitely find one that will reward your efforts in blogging. To be honest, blogging can be very futile and frustrating if you do not have appropriate returns and that is why this post exists. While we hope that this list is comprehensive enough, as we do not have intentions to mislead the public, we can only say that we will update this article if there is any positive report about the other ad networks. We also advise that you do your due diligence and personal research before signing up or engaging any of these Advert Agencies on your Blog or website.