PayPopUp works just like Google Adsense. The only difference is that the ads are shown using pop ups. My first impression about this method is not very good. That’s because I don’t really like pop ups myself. Having to visit blogs with pop ups sometimes can be very annoying. This does not mean that this is not a good idea for advertisement. The key is how you use it. Same thing that goes to a blog or site that is full of Google Adsense.
PayPopUp pays you for every thousand advertisements shown at your site. CPM or cost of producing one thousand impressions varies according to website performance, market condition and type of ads. The highest rates right now is USD$1.80 per 1000 raw impression. Before that your site traffic need to be at least 5000 page views per month to qualified as a publisher.If you have that much of traffic that means you can earn about USD$9.00 per month. That’s not an attractive figure, I’ll say but you can earn more by promoting their affiliate program that pays up to 20% of the referrals earning that runs 5 levels deep.
Payment is done through PayPal or checks biweekly when your earnings exceeded USD$100. That’s going to take a while if you don’t have any referrals and your traffic is just around 5000 viewers per month. One thing good about PayPopUp is that they accept non English sites. If you are going to use PayPopUp, I suggest you test it out and monitor how it affects your traffic and readers.