I am writing this as a publisher.

It’s been a few years now and a wonderful experience to run this website, I started it in 2014, and it was part of my experiment of running a production server, to put my skills to the test.

There was a lot to learn in terms of knowledge and experience, and my intention was always to share my knowledge and experience. When I started out I wrote tutorials, tips, and tricks related to Linux and web development, but as my interests changed and I started learning Animation, I spend my time writing more about Animation, Blender, and related topics.

After gaining a large audience and viewership, I decided that it is best to monetize the site, it would help cover the hosting and maintenance cost, and getting paid for a passion has a different feeling. It would also keep me motivated in the long term.

I started filling out forms of various ad networks, but most of them did not accept my request and as an independent blog, it is challenging to match the high and strange requirements of certain advertising networks.

As I was learning about Bitcoin, I discovered, A-Ads, which was exactly what I was looking for, a simple and easy to use advertising network.

It took less than five minutes, to signup and create an Ad unit for my site. What was even more impressive was how they kept their users updated on maintenance or anything related to their service and Bitcoin. They are very active on Twitter and have a blog for detailed discussion.

They payout takes place once it reaches the threshold, which currently is 0.001 BTC, they have never failed on payouts, they also keep me and other users informed if the Bitcoin network is having high traffic, or if they have technical difficulty, their transparency, and quality of service is the reasons why I would recommend them to anyone who is looking for an ad network as a publisher.

If you any question, leave a comment below, I will be writing a detailed review.

I compiled a list of software and services that I use to improve my workflow, here is the link to the list.

Darryl Dias

I’m Darryl. I’m a 3D Artist, Programmer and Linux enthusiast. On this site I share my insights, tips and tricks, tutorials, methods and best practices.