Google Adsense Alternatives
10 best Google Adsense Alternatives

Here are some of the best Google Adsense Alternatives you can try to monetize your website without using Google Adsense. I’ll tell you how they work and why you should consider them, so let’s start:

10. Rev nue Hits

I recently discovered Revenue Hits, and it looks like a great contender. I signed up and was quickly contacted by a manager to see how their ad platform for publishers works, and they have many features to make money. Rev nue Hits is a Performance Ad network, which means they pay you for results (CPA, which is excellent for many niches). However, they have CPM and CPC models, too. Rev Nue Hits has an exciting platform that learns from your Ads, so if you try, make sure to keep their ads running for 2-4 days to get the best results. Her great thing is that they have different monetization channels available. You can create banner ads, sliders, pop-unders, buttons, and more. Rev nue Hits pays on a NET 30 basis and issues payments via wire, Paypal, and Payoneer! Cre te your account and get started in just a few minutes.
Note: I just moved Revenue Hits to the first place because some publishers have generated more than $100 monthly in their first try with Revenue Hits. Some are already generating a lot more, and there’s no entry barrier, such as with Adversal (500k monthly traffic).

9. Ama on Associates

You can make a lot of money from Amazon, especially at Christmas and other holidays.
Amazon is the biggest online store in the world, so they must be doing something good. Wel, if you have a website that talks about any product that can be found on Amazon, then Amazon associates could work for you. Ama on 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. So, let’s say you have a blog about Apple products and put an ad driving them to buy an iPod or just a cable. If they buy it, a small commission will be for you. So if you sell a $10 cable, you might receive a few cents, but sell a $1500 Laptop, and you might receive $100. The good thing is that everything they buy through your link (even if it isn’t the product you recommended 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 at your home unless you live in the United States of America, where you can provide your Bank account. You can use this with Adsense at the same time.

8. Yll x Media

Yllix is a network I have heard about in recent years with has a decent CPM and many monetization options. The r homepage might look simple, but their dashboard is excellent and easy to get started. Yll x has Pop under ads, mobile redirects, sliders, layer ads, and full-page ads, so you can get a good CTR and make money with them. Definitely a good option for starters, and their approval is fast. Sig up here.

7. Chi ika

I put Chitika on number 3 of this list because Chitika is very similar to Adsense. They allow you to customize your ads and only serve contextual ads. One good thing is that you can use it along with Adsense, and there are no problems. Chi ika pays via PayPal (USD 10 minimum, suitable for starters) or via check ($50 minimum). If I were to recommend an ads service as an alternative to Adsense, Chitika would be my first choice. Chi ika can pay you via PayPal if you need it. 

6. Tri al Fusion

Tribal Fusion is no small network. It works on a CPM basis, and you need a lot of traffic to get accepted (500,000 unique visitors per month). Thi is an excellent alternative for those working with viral websites (read my case study) or sites that already have a lot of traffic. There are some other similar networks, but I think Tribal Fusion is one of the best.

5. Inf links

Infolinks is a Pay-per-click advertisement network that allows you to make money through your blog based on specific keywords. Inf links index your pages and automatically add some hyperlinks to your text. Of course, since this isn’t a CPM program, it might take you a while to start earning a regular passive income through it, but it’s still an alternative to Adsense. They can pay you via Paypal, Wire Transfer, Check Western Union, ACH, and Payoneer, with an initial limit of $50. Inf links are excellent for prominent websites, and they work in English, Spanish, French, and German websites. Sta t using Infolinks here.

4. Pop ds

PopAds is a performance network specializing in Pop-Unders. It has reasonable rates and can be monetized in all countries. One great thing about PopAds is that it pays daily as long as you earn $5 or more per day. Its quality is good, and it also offers pop-ups and other monetization methods. Its approvals are easy, and setting up your ads takes just a few minutes. Sig up as a publisher here.

3. Pro eller Ads Media

Propeller Ads is one of the most extensive pop-under networks available. They started working in 2011 and quickly developed into one of the most comprehensive 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 these sites, you could make more money with Propeller than Adsense. They also have banners, but the pop-ups 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.
Propeller pays on a NET 30 basis, and they have a great fill rate for tier 2-3 countries. So if you’r,e struggling to monetize traffic from countries like India, Singapore, Turkey, South Africa, etc. Pro Eller has a big inventory for them, too. Sig up as a Publisher with Propeller Ads here. Bon s

2. Adv real

Adversal is an excellent alternative to Adsense and works as well as Chitika. They have good banners, and the CTR and revenue adapt to get the best results for your website. I’v  seen the Ads on Adversal have a good CTR and suitable image ads too. This is probably the Ad network that seems to work better for those looking for a replacement for Google Adsense. It works decently with other languages, too (Chitika doesn’t).  Yo account gets approved quickly, and they also have Pop under /CPM ads as an option. Not: Adversal requires a website with at least 50,000 page views per month, but they have proven to work well. I earn over $500-1000 per month. They also pay via PayPal. Sig up here

1.  Af late Marketing

I’m leaving affiliate Marketing in the number 1 spot for many reasons. Affiliate Marketing means you’re selling a product or a service from another enterprise (which means you don’t have to develop it), and you earn a commission for that. You can find a lot of Affiliate Marketing programs on the net, and they can vary from selling a $10 small product up to selling a $300 software. The beauty of affiliate marketing is that the more you know and test a product or service, the more you can sell it.
Some affiliate programs can earn you more than $50 for each sale, depending on the product, and I recommend you test and back up your sales by using the product yourself (even though it’s not 100% necessary). If ou are an authority in a niche, you can use it to boost your sales and grow even more. You can set affiliate links in banners, text, images, and basically everywhere, and it can grow into a significant passive income earner if done well. Som  examples of people who have become very successful with affiliate Marketing are:
  • Pat Flynn from the Smart Passive Income blog
  • Luke Kling from Peerfly
  • And more people who earn 6 figure incomes per month, primarily via passive income or PPC campaigns.
The BEST WAY to get started in affiliate marketing is by joining a Forum and reading affiliate marketing blogs. I recently opened a new “Affiliate Marketing” category in this blog, where I’ve posted some great case studies.