Taboola is a web-based platform that aims to solve the problem of the online content industry. Taboola's motto, "content you may like," says a lot about the company's business strategy. Taboola's principal business is recommending and linking users to sites that may be of interest to them. The platform appeals to those who are unsure of what they are looking for.
Taboola provides a content marketing solution that links content providers with publishers. Web-based widgets named "Content You May Like," "Recommended for You," "You May Also Like," or anything similar are among the available tools and technologies. These widgets, which include images and connections to relevant content (video, image-based slideshows, or articles), are placed on websites by content creators. The linked content can be both internal (from the publisher's website or network) and external (going to other sites), for which the publishers are compensated with a portion of the advertising income.
They have a 45-day payment cycle and only pay via Payoneer. It pays you 45 days after the end of the month in which you started using Taboola to make money. Their minimum payment threshold is USD 100.
Taboola requires publishers to have 500,000 monthly impressions to sign up. They have no content requirements per so, and you just need to meet their traffic requirements.
Taboola offers the following ad formats:
I have used taboola on one of my educational blogs and have found it works well with US traffic. The CPCs are much higher for the US audience compared to other geographies. However, the majority of my traffic is from India, and the CPC rates have gone down drastically in the last 2 years. I would personally like to know if other Indian publishers have seen a gradual decline in the overall CPMs..