Google may still not be willing to comply with Facebook's Platform Terms of service to allow developers to use AdSense, but more networks are signing up.
15 new networks have signed Facebook's policy, according to Inside Facebook. These include:
- DogTime Media
- Improve Digital
- Open Inventory media
- Techcrea Solutions – FirstHeberg
Other current networks on the whitelist include: ad:C media, Ad4Game, Adap.tv, Adconion Media Group, AdJug, Adknowledge – (Cubics and Super Rewards), Admeld, Adperio, ADTELLIGENCEm Advertising.com, Alfy Video Network, Appatyze, Applifier, APP Prizes, appssavvy, BannerConnect, Bizmey, Blue Noodle, BrightRoll, Casale Media, ClickForce, CPX Interactive, Criteo, DoubleDing, DSNR Media Group, DSNR Media Innovations (DMI), EpicSocial, Fox Networks, Harren, Media, Httpool, igapi by Social Game Universe, IndieClick, Intergi, Jun Group, Lifestreet Media, Live Gamer, MakeMeReach, Malepar, MATOMY, Mediastay, MediaWhiz, Nabbr, One iota, Open Inventory media, Paymentwall, Peanut Labs, PubMatic, RadiumOne, RockYou, Rubicon Project, Sharethrough, smartclip, Smowtion, Social Games Ad Network – SGA, SocialVideoBytes, Sometrics, Specific Media, SponsorPay, SpotXchange, SupersonicAds, SVnetwork, Tapjoy, Techcrea Solutions – FirstHeberg, TokenAds, TrialPay, Underdog Media, Unruly Media, ValueClick, WildTangent, XTEND, and Ybrant Digital.
The list is approaching 80 networks now.
Facebook's deadline for developers to use only ad providers from its approved list was at the end of February, and they just started cracking down on this more in March.
On a related note, Adap.tv, just closed $20 million in financing led by Bessemer Venture Partners.