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Advertising on image heavy site
I've been working on a micro-site for a client that, put simply, is a combination of multiple Instagram feeds and therefore, there is little to no text content apart from image captions if they choose to write one.
So my question is; are there any advertising networks that don't require certain levels of written content? Adsense and Infolinks have both declined to provide adverts and so I'm wondering if this is always going to be the case.