If you are looking for monetizing your blog or website in Latin America, we recommend trying these top 3 ad networks. 

Latin America and the Caribbean, behind Asia, Europe, and Africa, was the fourth largest regional internet market in terms of users in 2019. In June of that year, the region had over 450 million internet users. With 72 percent of the population having access to the internet, South America was the subregion with the highest internet penetration rate.

The Caribbean was one of the regions having some of the greatest internet penetration rates in Latin America and the Caribbean in January 2021, with the Bahamas being the leading country in the region, with 85 percent of its population linked to the network. Chile and Costa Rica were the only mainland countries with online users exceeding 80% of the population. Brazil and Mexico are the region’s leaders in terms of Internet usage.

These numbers reflect the high penetration of the Internet in Latin America. Many Latinos have chosen to start their own online business as a result of this extraordinary growth. So, if you want to generate money by increasing the number of visits to your website or blog, you should know that promoting your brand through Ad networks is the best option.



By offering a platform for campaigns on sites like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, ad networks connect publishers and advertisers. Due to its amazing results and rapid organic growth, it is also considered one of the most successful platforms.

Furthermore, ad networks accept banners, native adverts, videos, and other forms of advertising. It’s also compatible with both mobile phones and desktop computers. We recommend choosing one of these three ad networks created particularly for Latin American publications if you want the highest engagement and results.

1- MediaFem

This is a piece of software that connects content websites with advertisers via programmatic platforms (Google Ad Manager, for example), charging a commission on the software’s own revenue.

The use of Ad Styles is likely MediaFem‘s most valuable feature because it captures the viewer’s attention on a deeper level, increasing the possibility that they will click on the advertisement, resulting in more profit. Another significant benefit is that MediaFem has a 70% revenue split model for publishers, which is not average. It is likewise unaffected by the publisher’s physical location.

All video, display, mobile, and native formats are supported by MediaFem. It also regularly prints advertisements. You have a variety of positioning options to select from, all of which can be adjusted to match the design and appearance of your website. To make the most of real-time bidding, MediaFem offers a variety of header bidding options.

It’s important to note that MediaFem only pays out to publishers who have at least $100 in their account at the end of the month. If this happens, you’ll have to wait 53 days for the payment to be processed. Additionally, MediaFem allows for up to five commercials per page and three advertisements per screen on mobile apps.


MGID is one of the world’s first native performance ad platforms. This platform provides billions of news stories to thousands of publishers while also providing marketers with marketing solutions that target consumer interests without interfering with their online experience.

MGID‘s performance-driven approach guarantees that visitors to its customers’ websites are relevant, engaged, and truly interested, increasing traffic and income while preserving the quality and relevance that online users expect.

MGID has been providing excellent content distribution to lifestyle and entertainment publishers throughout the world since 2008.

3- Taboola

This ad network assigns campaigns to certain publications and displays the results in a newsfeed fashion. A/B testing, online content discovery, and native advertising are the major characteristics. Taboola is a great tool for creating campaigns because it gives you a lot of targeting choices. It also caters to a variety of audiences. It does not, however, have a user-friendly interface or performance whitelisting.

With Taboola, you’ll pay for your ads on a CPC (cost per click) or CPM (cost per mill) basis. Your bid determines the amount you’ll be charged for each click (on CPC) or view (on CPM) on one of your ads. You just have to pay when someone clicks on your adverts as part of a campaign.

Also published on Medium.