MGID Best Practices

By Khaled Azar Best Practices


MGID is a global pioneer allowing advertisers, affiliate marketers, online stores, web marketers, brand managers, and publishers to integrate native advertising. If you want to take advantage of the high-quality content promotions you should follow our helpful cheat sheet to utilize everything MGID has to offer without struggling with the technical issues.

Technical Specifications:

Image Size 492x328 pixels
Max Headline Characters 65 characters
Max Description Characters 250 characters
Max Recommended CPC Start Desktop $0.05
Max Recommended CPC Start Mobile $0.03
Max Recommended CPC Start Tablet $0.04
Minimum Budget $200
Location Targeting: Country
Device Targeting Desktop, Tablet (Android, iOS, Windows), Mobile (Android, iOS, Windows)
Maximum Ads Approved 40-50 Ads Per Account (No more than 10-15 ads per URL)
Annotations (Circles or Arrows Images) Yes

Ads Will Be Rejected:

  • No Misleading or teasing titles and advertising texts
  • Adult
  • Alcohol
  • Illicit Drugs or Digital drugs
  • Tobacco (e-cigs without nicotine may be promoted)
  • Weapons & Explosives
  • Poorly designed and grammatically incorrect content, bad quality photos
  • Grammar mistakes, misspellings, errors in sentence structure
  • Misleading or teasing, inaccurate or deceitful content
  • Lack of useful information or entertainment value
  • Outdated news content (older than 3 months)
  • Content that promotes hate, bigotry, violence or any political, religious and social position which can be considered insulting or offensive
  • Vulgar content (vomiting, ugly or disgusting pics, pictures which provoke sexual desires, profane or pornographic language, etc.)
  • Hypnosis, clairvoyance, healing, fortune-telling, mediums, fortune tellers, card readers services promotion (we can only work with ordinary horoscope sites)
  • Online pharmacies
  • Sex shops
  • Any illegal activity
  • Malware, Trojan horses or other viruses and adware which can damage computer system or access private user information without their consent
  • Content facilitating high-risk investments or get-rich-quick schemes and aiming to benefit from user's participation in such a partnership
  • Products that are replicas, imitations or "knock-offs" of designer or other goods
  • Content has to be downloaded in order to view it (for Native Recirculation partners)
  • Sites require logging in via Facebook or Twitter to view the content (for Native Recirculation partners)

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