The AdQVA platform works well for sites that exceed 500 unique visitors per day (or more than 15,000 visitors per month). The decision to approve or reject a website is sent to the email provided by the publisher within 24 hours after the request is submitted; however, please note that if the moderation date occurs on a weekend, it will be processed within the next business day. Review the main reasons for website rejection and the steps to pass the moderation process:
You will receive this rejection reason if our team was unable to access the content due to an error. Please inspect the website connection, resolve any issues and email our administrators to start the review process again.
We cannot review or moderate a website that has no content. We require that the website contain content from at least 10 posts. After doing so, verify that you have more than 500 unique daily visits. Then you can request the remodeling of your site to our administrators.
To cooperate with AdQVA, the minimum traffic requirement is a minimum of 500 unique visitors per day (or more than 15,000 visitors per month). If you have reached the required amount, please contact our administrators.
If fraudulent activity was found on any of the websites in your account and blocked by our QA Department, your current account is limited to the websites you currently have.
The website in moderation has been found to redirect to a different domain. Fix the problem or add the domain in question to your account. Then, send us an email to request the makeover of your site.
Due to our policy, AdQVA advertisements are prohibited from being displayed on web pages that contain adult content or advertisements. If you can remove such content or have other websites to monetize with us, feel free to email us.
Select the most applicable and appropriate category for your website. By selecting one of the following categories, you can help speed up the moderation process.
In addition to working with AdQVA’s QA Department, publishers who register with AdQVA automatically agree to the tools we use to measure suspicious user behavior or practices. Traffic is top priority for both publishers and advertisers, and we’re constantly working to improve methods and features against low-quality clicks, bots, and click fraud. In the capacity of data analysis, AdQVA uses:
We have established the requirements for AdQVA publishers in order to maximize campaign performance, improve user experience and build strong partnerships within the AdQVA network.
Below you will find the list of prohibited locations. This list may change at any time without notice. If you are found to be using any of the practices below, a permanent account ban will be placed with no payments from the offending ad units:
AdQVA does not work with websites that use non-human click generation methods or bot traffic. Publishers who attempt to increase their earnings using such practices will be banned from the AdQVA platform and earn refunds will be denied. While there are no limitations on how many websites can be added to a single AdQVA account or how many ad units can be used on the same web page, please note that it is a prohibited practice to place more advertising than publisher-provided content.