With almost 90 million internet active users, which represents 70% of the total population of the country, Mexico is at the moment the country with the most internet users among Spanish-speaking countries. 

Worldwide, it ranks 11 in number of countries with the most internet traffic, below Bangladesh and Japan. In Mexico, the demand for broadband Internet services is currently skyrocketing and the country is expected to continue to grow on the internet traffic. 

It’s really no surprise that also the monetization of websites is also growing in the country, especially since most users access the internet by mobile and not desktop. So, if you’re looking for making money out of a blog or website you created, you need to find a good ad network with high CPM (cost per thousand impressions).


Here, we choose the best 3 CPM ad networks for Mexican traffic:

1. MediaFem

MediaFem is a software that uses a programmatic platform (such as Google Ad Manager) to connect content websites with advertisers while charging a commission on on-site revenue produced by the software itself.

The use of Ad Styles is arguably MediaFem’s most significant advantage since it captures the viewer’s attention on a higher level, increasing the probability that they would click on the advertisement, resulting in more earnings. Another significant advantage is that MediaFem employs a revenue split structure for publishers not averaged at all. It is likewise unaffected by the publisher’s physical location.


MediaFem supports all types of video, display, mobile, and native formats. You have a variety of placement choices to select from, all of which may be modified to match the design and appearance of your website. To take advantage of real-time bidding, MediaFem provides a variety of header bidding choices.

It’s important to note that MediaFem only pays out to publishers who have a balance of at least $100 at the end of the month. If this occurs, you will have to wait 53 days for the payment to be submitted. Additionally, MediaFem allows your site to have up to five adverts per page and three advertisements per screen on mobile apps.

2. AdSense

Publishers can utilize both CPM and CPC advertising with Google AdSense. AdSense offers a big ad pool that pays handsomely, but its approval method is extremely stringent. Publishers receive 68 percent of income, while Google receives 32 percent. AdSense allows publishers to choose from 450 different ad types and provides them with a global audience of 2 million advertisers.

The biggest disadvantage is that AdSense accounts require approval, which is not easy to get. Nonetheless, it is one of the world’s finest CPM ad networks. When it comes to campaign management, payment, and other features, the platform provides a plethora of possibilities for publishers.

3. Adcash

Adcash has billions of dollars in monthly advertising revenue and over 200 million visitors each day. They claim to be able to fill inventories 100% of the time, allowing publishers to monetize online traffic with minimum effort.

While the platform takes pride in its dynamic CPM monetization and user experience, you may also choose the manual method. Adcash welcomes smartphone advertising as well and offers a smart network for customized targeting.

There is no minimum traffic requirement for approval, and a variety of payment methods are available.

Also published on Medium.