5 Working Tips to Find Direct Advertisement for Your Blog


There are numerous methods by which you can earn money from your blog, and it starts from using ad network like AdSense, Setupad, Monetag, or using Affiliate products on your blog. You can also use Sponsored reviews to earn a great income, and today you will be learning about another major money-making method by most bloggers and i.e. Direct advertisements.

How to get Direct Advertisement
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Most of the time when you use ad networks like Google AdSense or Media.net to place ads on your blog, you are typically paying fees to them for finding advertisers for you. Typically this ranges from 25%-40%. Here is a simple calculation considering you lose 25% on selling ads via 3rd party network:

Let’s say you are paid $1000 by different ad networks you use on your blog and if you had not lost 25% due to ad brokers, your total earnings would be $1250. You are simply paying 25% to someone for finding advertisers for your blog.

This actually makes sense when you are new to blogging and don’t have enough exposure. Once your blog has good traffic and great reachability, It’s time for you to leave the 3rd party advertiser and look out for direct advertisers. This way you will be earning more from the same ad space which you are selling via 3rd party.

In this guide, I will share tricks that will help you to get a direct advertisement for your blog and your blog income will grow.

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Few ideas to find Direct Advertiser for your blog:

The first place to start getting direct ad offers is by listing yourself on marketplaces. Here are two that I know of which are trusted & pay in time:

Advertisement page or Media-kit:

One of the mistakes that most bloggers are making is by ignoring the potential of their own blog as an advertiser magnet. Most of the time your readers are someone who is also a marketing and advertising head of other companies in your niche.

Having a prominent Advertise here (Media-kit page) will help you get more advertisements without moving an inch. All you need is a page that reflects everything an advertiser needs to decide of buying ads on your blog. I have listed down the two best resources which you can refer to right now and make such a page for your blog:

Check out relevant niche blogs

We all visit other blogs that are relevant to our blog’s niche. It is the best place to find direct advertisers for your blog. Keep on checking what kind of sponsors other blogs are getting and try to approach those sponsors through mail. These sponsors already have experience with direct advertising, so there are more chances to get a positive response from them.

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Forums and directories

Forums and directories are good options to keep track of how other bloggers are getting direct advertisements. Bloggers provide lots of useful tips on forums that will help you to get sponsors for your blog. You might get a few advertisers who are looking forward to blogs to advertise their products.

Use Google

Many of us set Google as our homepage. We are used to searching every minute thing and topic on Google, then why not direct advertisers? Use Google to find direct advertisers for your blog. Use keywords relevant to your blogs and see what kind of advertising links or companies you’re getting. Approach them through mail or contact form on their website.

Social networking websites

Social networking websites are rocking these days. Advertisers, publishers, employers, etc. are using social networking websites like Twitter to find the right blogs and candidates according to their requirements. You can also tweet or post on Facebook about available Ad space on your blog. There are chances that you get good results from such websites.

Check out Affiliates and other advertising programs

There are many advertising programs like PPC, CPM, or affiliates. You can contact them for direct advertising also. There are many advertising programs that may be interested in giving you direct advertisements for your blog and which are relevant to your blog niche.

Hope this will help you to improve your search for direct advertisers. But you take too many ads on your blog might repel your readers.

Let us know, what is your strategy to find direct advertisers for your blog?

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22 thoughts on “5 Working Tips to Find Direct Advertisement for Your Blog”

  1. Archit Gupta


    Can you please suggest how many major websites like Times of India or India.com are placing roll over or popup google ads ?? Isnt it a violation?

    1. Harsh Agrawal

      There is no such violation & one can use it. Even huge publications like Forbes also use Roll over ads.

  2. Eddy

    This is a great post. I do prefer direct advertisers. Am now in the process of looking for them and i’ll definitely follow your ideas.

  3. rdx_karan

    Well I strongly agree with the point that we can find most of the advertisers on forums like DP and v7n.

  4. Technoblogsite

    thanks for such a nice tip… i think searching niche blogs and buysellads are the methods which most of the bloggers follow…….

  5. Dean Saliba

    I found AdToll to be incredibly helpful because they found advertisers for me.

  6. Nabeel | Create Your First Website


    Great tips for finding direct advertisers.

    I think Checking out relevant niche blogs and affiliate programs are good ways to find direct advertisers.


  7. Tinh

    Just want to add more as advertise page, contact page, use BSA and even contact advertisers directly that would really help too

  8. Sean

    All those tips really works to get direct advertisers. Analyzing other niche blogs to find advertisers is really simple and awesome because most blogger who are struggling to get direct advertisers daily visits their niche blogs but they might be missing every time this sense πŸ˜‰

  9. TechShare

    i think forums are best place to find advertisement and now a day social networks are also popular for that…….

  10. Mani Viswanathan

    Thanks for the idea of Forum and Google.. Use them a lot for other reasons..But never got the idea of searching advertisers there.

  11. Sathish

    Forums and directories can be used for finding advertisers? I never thought about them in this way. Will keep this in mind, while I look for advertisers next time. Thanks for sharing ruchi.

  12. Akshay

    some nice tips
    but advertisers will come to you once you have a great reputation and visitors just like shoutmeloud πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

  13. Srivathsan G.K

    Interesting stuff, Impressed πŸ™‚ and also delivering and maintaining quality content will not lose advertisers.

  14. Anshul Dixit

    Great tips Ruchi.. Getting direct advertisement for your blog is important if blogging is your primary source of income.

  15. Melvin

    These all work but it all boils down to being creative. It also involves knowing ‘who pays for what”. I mean not all advertisers are willing to spend money on a different smaller demographics so it pays to do a lil bit indepth research.

  16. Shabnam Sultan

    Nice tips πŸ™‚ it will be useful for me to find advertisers for my blog.

  17. vijay

    These are all important tips which can help to find the resource to place the ads on our blog,Awesome write up…

  18. Suneel

    Nice tips there. Never thought of using Google in such a manner to find direct advertisers who wish to spend money on ads on blogs.

    Will try this points.

  19. CA Karan Batra

    Very nicely written Ruchi..
    infact Direct Advertisement is something which is set to grow by leaps and bounds as the blogging industry grows….
    Nowadays more and more advertisers are also looking for Direct Ads but are not able to publish the same as the industry is still not mature…

  20. Dev - Technshare.com

    Hey Ruchi,

    Nice Post. These are some great tips.
    I think webmaster Forums are the best way to find direct advertisement.
    Thanks for sharing this great post. Good work.


    1. Sammy | Best Home Business

      I think the best way is to contact those people who are advertising on other blogs in your niche. The fact that they are advertising there proves that they are willing to spend the money and they know much about direct advertising.

      They will need very little convincing from your end eespecially if you have reasonable traffic on your site.

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