Premium performance.
Exceptional service.
Industry expertise.

We are the exclusive advertising representative for thousands of the highest quality digital publishers.

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What we do

CafeMedia Ad Management (CAM) combines exclusive demand with proven optimization tactics to increase revenue, reduce costs, and eliminate complexity so publishers can focus on what they do best: create great content.


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of world’s largest ad-supported sites represented by CafeMedia--we're an essential buy for top advertisers


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The CafeMedia payment guarantee

Even if an advertiser doesn’t pay us, we still pay you - no clawbacks. Ever. We are committed to serving publishers, even when it means paying out of our own pocket.

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How we do it

Our advanced technology and approach to full-service ad management drive the highest RPMs, reduce costs, eliminate complexity, and simplify operations

Advanced optimization technology

A comprehensive and complex stack, built by the first publisher team to adopt header bidding, creates the strongest competition across every single impression.

Exclusive advertiser demand

Our dedicated ad sales team delivers exclusive PMP and programmatic guaranteed deals. And because we work with only the best sites on the internet, our network attracts advertisers with the best available campaigns.

White-glove service and dedicated support

Our award-winning service team is committed to your success — each CAM publisher receives Account Management, Analytics, Data Science, AdOps, and Ad Sales support.

Consent management and guidance

We’re on top of the ever-changing industry regulations and offer a CMP plus support to help you remain compliant.

Innovative partnerships

Unique partnerships elevate RPMs, including the first-ever publisher-direct-to-DSP connection with Yahoo, The Trade Desk OpenPath, premium demand through Target Roundel and IPONWEB Mediagrid, and high-impact creative via PadSquad.

Industry leadership and advocacy

As the only publisher elected to the board of and an active member of the Interactive Advertiser Bureau and World Wide Web Consortium, we’re shaping the future of digital advertising to put publishers first.

Ad quality assurance

Bad ad monitoring, blocking, and support protect your site and user experience.

Dynamic ad insertion and optimized refresh

Our flexible optimization capabilities adapt to your unique specifications.

We put publishers first — always

“ The CafeMedia Ad Management team has been an integral part of our revenue generation strategy. They stay ahead of the curve in the programmatic world. Whenever we have questions, their team is very responsive and provides total transparency. We could not ask for a better partner. "

Andrew Eisbrouch

COO & General Council, Abrams Media

“We depend on our trusted CAM partners to help us navigate through the complexities of the digital media environment."

Neil Nelson

Founder, Atlanta Black Star

“We’ve been very happy working with CafeMedia. They have been incredibly responsive to our needs and are very easy to work with. They've worked closely with us to help optimize our ad revenue while allowing us to maintain the site experience to our users. "

Arnold Kim

Founder & Editor, MacRumors

“When Stereogum relaunched as an independent website earlier this year, we needed an ad management service attuned to the site’s unique challenges as a legacy mid-size publication with limited technological resources. CafeMedia customized and executed a winning strategy for us, immediately improving the viewability and performance of both programmatic and direct sold campaigns. The team at CafeMedia has also been generous with its expertise and incredibly responsive to our evolving ad tech needs, which are informed by a highly engaged readership that expects and deserves an exceptional user experience."

Scott Lapatine

Founder/CEO, Stereogum

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