How to Get Direct Advertisers For Your Blog

When it comes to monetizing your blog from advertisements, the first name that comes to mind is Google Adsense. Apart from Adsense, there are many other advertising networks that third-party networks can help you monetize your blog. Affiliate marketing and paid reviews are also some good options for monetizing your blog.

In this article, I’ll be talking about eliminating the third party and finding a direct advertisement. I’m going to be explaining this in two parts. I’ll tell about the why first and then address the how.

Why should I get direct advertisers?

If you have used third-party networks like Adsense before, I want you to ask yourself a question: Did I get the amount that advertiser had paid for the ad space on my blog?

Let me tell you; you didn’t. When you sign up for a third-party network, they basically charge you for the work they put in to find you the advertisers for your blog.

This amount can range anywhere between 25-40%. Let’s say for example you got your check of $500 from a third-party advertising network. This means that you just lost $125. How do you ask?

See, 25% of $500 = $125.

The amount you could have earned = $625.

Is that a reason enough for you to eliminate the third party and get direct advertisers?

How to get direct advertisers for your blog

Let’s move to the second and most awaited part; how to do all that I just said above?

Well, there are many ways to find advertisers, here I am talking about some proven and effective ways.

Advertisement page

Use your blog’s traffic to your benefit. There is a high chance that of all the traffic that your blog receives every day, many potential advertisers are looking for a perfect place for their advertisements.

Having an Advertise here page can work wonders. This page should contain everything that an advertiser needs to assess your blog and to decide to invest in your blog.

Research relevant blogs in your niche

Every once in a while, we visit the relevant blogs from our niche. Well, the next time you find yourself browsing through such a blog, remember to check the kind of sponsors that blog has. This will ease the process of finding advertisers a bit. Once you know what sponsors other blogs are getting, you could approach them too. Since these sponsors are already investing in blogs from your niche, they might well be interested in sponsoring your blog too.

Reach them through the mail maintain a list of all such sponsors and keep your approach positive. Another thing that’s in your favor is their experience in direct advertising.


Forums can be a great option to find how the blogger community is doing it (finding direct advertisers). Bloggers are willing to share their experiences of finding advertisers. You can find lots of knowledge here.

You may also end up being approached by advertisers seeking Ad space on your blog. Your online presence on forums is really a game-changer.

Social networking sites

Talking about places people trying their hand at internet marketing use, social networking sites are at the top. Everyone these days including advertisers, publishers, content managers, creators, etc. are using social networking sites to find the right people for their needs.

There are many advertisers on social networking sites looking for publishers who are a good fit for their advertisements. So, posting on Facebook or tweeting about the Ad space on your blog can help you find many advertisers.


I know, you must be thinking that Google should have come way before on my list. I understand it is everyone’s go-to option when we need to find anything that we have no idea of.

Using google to find advertisers can really give you some amazing results, but only if you understand this process well.

Do a Google search for the keywords that you have used in your blog. Google will come up with some companies and links.

Find the relevant companies that you think you can work with and send them an email addressing your marketing package.

When dealing directly with the company, you should make sure that you do complete research to understand what the company is about, the different services they offer, and their mission.

Check if all these things are in alignment with the kind of services or posts your blog provides.

Follow up with another email to make sure they have received your introductory mail.

Affiliates and other programs

Other advertising programs like PPC, CPM, and affiliates can also be approached for finding the direct advertisement. There are many such programs interested in offering direct advertisement.

A lot of work!

This may seem like a lot of work. But guys, these methods help you to earn every penny of the amount that the advertiser pays by eliminating the brokers.

For beginners, advertising networks like Adsense, RevenueHits, Chitika, and others are good options to start with.

Anyone who does not want to spend his time finding advertisers feels advertising networks a great option. Fair enough!

But if you have really understood the methods that I mentioned above, you’ll notice that some of these methods have a huge potential to get advertisers and to add a cherry on the cake, without you doing a thing!

Now, get back to your working desk, put on your thinking cap, and work out a plan for the blog using the methods above. Tell me how they work out for you.

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