If you are a user of Google Adsense, one of your biggest worries is being informed that your Google Adsense account has been disabled or temporarily banned.
A number of reasons can lead to your account being disabled, including external links which link to pages or websites that are distributing copyrighted content, clicking on your own words, and automated bot traffic.
Sometimes, the reason maybe beyond your control, but that should not stop you from making money through Ads on your blog or website.
Listed below are five alternatives to Google Adsense.
1. Amazon Associates
Amazon is the biggest online store in the world, so they must be doing something good. Well, if you have a website that talks about any product that can be found on Amazon, then Amazon associates could work for you.
Amazon allows you to put dynamic image ads to your blog, so that you can promote them and while this isn’t a Pay-per-click or CPM program, it will pay you a small commission for everything they sell from your links.
The good thing is that everything they buy through your link (even if it isn’t the product you recommended at first) will generate a commission for you. The only con I find with Amazon, is that they need to send you a check that could take weeks to arrive to your home, unless you live in the United Stated of America where you can provide your Bank account. You can use this with Adsense at the same time.
PopAds is a performance network specialized in Pop Unders. They have good rates and they can monetize all countries.
Something great about PopAds is that they can pay daily as long as you earn $5 or more per day. Their quality is good, and they also have pop ups and other monetization methods. Their approvals are easy and setting your ads takes just a few minutes. Sign up as a publisher here.
3. Propeller Ads Media
Propeller Ads is one of the biggest pop-under networks available. They started working on 2011 and quickly developed into one of the biggest networks with great CPMs. They specialize in monetizing websites for the following niches: entertainment, videos/movies, games, dating, finances, software, gambling and more. If you’ve got one of this sites, you could make more money with Propeller than with Adsense. They also have banners but the pop unders work better overall. Also, if you’ve got mobile traffic, they’re a great Adsense alternative as they work closely with ad networks that monetize apps and mobile services leading to huge ROIs and great CPMs too.
Propeller pays on a NET 30 basis and they have a great fill rate for tier 2-3 countries. So if you’re struggling to monetize traffic from countries like India, Singapore, Turkey, South Africa, etc. Propeller has a big inventory for them too. Sign up as a Publisher with Propeller Ads here.
Adversal is a great alternative of Adsense, they have good banners and the CTR and revenue adapts to get the best results for your website.
This is probably the Ad network which seems to work better for those looking for a replacement of Google Adsense. It works decently with other languages too. You account gets approved really fast and they also have Pop under /CPM ads as an option.
However, Adversal requires a website with a minimum of 50,000 page views per month, but they have proven to work really well. Sign up here.
5. Revenue Hits
Revenue hits is a Performance Ad network, which means they pay you for results (CPA which is great for many niches), however, they have CPM and CPC models too.
Revenue hits has an interesting platform that learns from your Ads so if you give them a try make sure to keep their ads running for 2-4 days to get the best results. Another great thing is that they have different monetization channels available. You can create banner ads, sliders, pop -unders, buttons and more. They pays on a NET 30 basis and they issue payments via wire, Paypal and Payoneer! Create your account and get started in just a few minutes HERE!
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