Trying to decide on ad network, blogher/blog ads any thoughts?

Has anyone had any experience with either of these networks? Which might be more beneficial for me to put on my blog? I currently have about 20000 page views. Your input is really appreciated!

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With that many page views you should def have some cpm up.
Blogher has some pretty strict guidelines. So I would check them out first to make sure your blog qualifies. I don't feel they pay the best, but they do have women friendly ads and you can get traffic back from the test links.
You may also want to check out buzzlogic, food buzz publisher program (if you are food related), adify and others.

Although, I took a look at your site listed. Is that your blog? Looks like you are already promoting affiliate links. And it's incentive traffic. Not sure what your blog actually is.
Were you looking at my http://www.toddlercraft.net blog? It's about crafts. Sounds like you looked at my other blog. Thanks for the other ideas too. I have been using blogher and it's decent for income but not great.
Were you looking at my http://www.toddlercraft.net blog? It's about crafts. Sounds like you looked at my other blog. Thanks for the other ideas too. I have been using blogher and it's decent for income but not great.
20,000 page views a month?

BlogAds I know is pretty particular about who they select...or at least I seem to recall that they were.

And BlogHer seems to have a wait list right now.

I use JuiceBoxJungle and have had a good experience with them so far.

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