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How I Receive Sulvo Ad Network Payment In Nigeria

It’s no longer news that I monetize my blog with Sulvo ads in addition to Google Adsense ads. The sticky 300×250 ad that you see by the right hand corner when you view this blog on desktop and that sticky 300×100 that displays at the top when you view this blog on mobile are both Sulvo ads. I get paid per thousand impression of Sulvo ads served on my blog, not per click.

Sulvo offers three payment methods for publishers : Payoneer, Wire transfer and Paypal. Out of the options, I am currently using my Payoneer account to receive my Sulvo payment here in Nigeria. Sulvo transfers my earnings to my U.S bank account and it reflects in Payoneer Mastercard balance. I can then choose to exchange the Payoneer fund for Naira, use it for online shopping or to pay for my Facebook ads.

Here is screenshot of Sulvo payment I received last month :

receive sulvo cpm ad network earnings in nigeria

and here is the one I received this month :

sulvo cpm ad network earnings

The international wire transfer option is free but I didn’t opt in for it because if I am to receive my Sulvo earnings in US dollars to my dom account, I will have to pay $26 fee as seen in the screenshot below. This doesn’t make sense to me.

sulvo international wire transfer payment to nigeria

So, the Payoneer payment option is OK for me.

Have you ever been paid by Sulvo? If yes, which payment option are you using to receive your earnings?

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Written by Jide Ogunsanya

Pro Nigerian Blogger, Digital Marketer and Web designer. I help business owners to grow their businesses online. You can join my Facebook Group here or join my Telegram Group here.

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  1. Oga jide, this sulvo network hasnt replied for almost two months now. Whats their basis for keeping us in pending mood. Most of these blogs or specifically my blog was approved by adsense for Nigerian account. I see no reason why they will do this to most of us….Is there a remedy? Spill it out and lets move on that direction

  2. It is nice to know that there are other reliable ads other than AdSense which everybody seems to know. Sadly, it is becoming more difficult to get approval when you apply. So with Sulvo and others ads platform, life will be made easier for some of us who are looking for reliable alternative ads to AdSense to monitizing our blog. Nice one, Jide! Hey, I blog at http://www.aiblog.com.ng for news and entertainment. Thank you once again Jide!

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