Ader is a browser extension that allows users to profit from viewing ads. Like AdBlock, Ader deletes ads from websites—but unlike AdBlock, it replaces the deleted ads with sponsored ones that the user is paid to see.
For ad networks, advertising through Ader is more effective than publishing ads on websites because our users select exactly which type of ads they want to see, guaranteeing precise ad targeting for advertisers. Ader charges networks $3 per 1,000 impressions, and we in turn redirect this payment to our users after taking a 10% cut. Given that the average internet user views a monthly total of 5,000 to 12,000 ads, Ader users can expect to receive $13 to $34 each month. In addition, cash provides a powerful incentive to view ads, enabling ad networks to finally reach a demographic of people who have opted out of advertisements—namely, the 75 million AdBlock users worldwide.
Ader not only helps advertisers improve their reach, but also enables users to control their browsing experience in a way that they have never been able to before.