Top 10 ad network after Adsense

Top 10 ad network after Adsense

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

 10. Amazon Associates

Amazon is the world’s largest online store, 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 might work for you. Amazon allows you to place dynamic graphic ads on your blog so that you can promote them, and while this is not a pay per click or CPM program, it will pay you a small commission for everything they sell on your links. So let’s say you have a blog about Apple products and put an ad to buy an iPod or just a cable. If they buy it, a small commission will be for you. So if you sell a cable for $ 10, you may get a few pennies, but you will sell a $ 1500 laptop and get $ 100. The good thing is that everything they buy through their link (even if It is not the product you recommended at the beginning) it will generate a commission for you. The only thing I find with Amazon is that they need to send you a check that could take weeks to reach your home, unless you live in the United States where you can provide your bank account. You can use this with Adsense at the same time.

9. Yllix Media

Yllix is ​​a network that I have heard a lot over the years that has a decent CPM and lots of monetization options. Your home page may seem simple, but your dashboard is great and it’s easy to get started. Yllix has Pop in Ads, Mobile Redirects, Sliders, Layer Ads, and Full Page Ads so you can get a good CTR and make money off them. Definitely a good option to start and your approval is quick.

8. Chitika

The reason why I put Chitika at number 8 on this list, is because Chitika is very similar to Adsense. They allow you to personalize your ads and only serve contextual ads. One good thing is that you can use it in conjunction with Adsense and there is no problem. Chitika pays through Paypal ($ 10 minimum, which is good to start with) or by check ($ 50 minimum). If I had to recommend an ad service as an alternative to Adsense, Chitika would be my first choice, hands down. Chitika can pay you through PayPal if you need it.

7. PopCash

 Popcash is another very good network that has been gone for a long time and generally gives me similar results to PopAds (see number 4). PopCash has PopUnder ads with excellent CPM and good inventory for all countries, for both mobile and desktop traffic. You can request your payments within the panel and they pay through Paypal, Payza and Paxum. Money transfers usually take 24 to 48 hours, which is not a bad thing at all.

6. Infolinks

Infolinks is one of the largest monetization networks in the world today, helping more than 200,000 online publishers in 128 countries make money from unused ad space. Your FREE native ads work perfectly with all ad solutions and don’t interfere with the user experience! From effective video and contextual ads to attractive display banners – Infolinks’ highly customizable products will ensure you get the most out of your traffic.

Its platform is very simple to integrate into your site and is open to any publisher, large or small, with no installation costs, no minimum requirements for page or visitor visits, and no hidden commitments. Infolinks advertisers are selected based on quality, that’s why they work with leading brands around the world such as: Facebook, Amazon, Ebay, Ali Express, Pizza Hut, TripAdvisor, Hyundai and many more.

5. Adsterra 

 Adsterra is a great publisher network with great CPMs and lots of different ad formats for mobile and desktop traffic around the world. They pay on a NET15 basis through cable, bitcoin, paxum, paypal, webmoney, epayments, etc. Ad formats include many categories like banners, popunders, direct links, webpush notifications, etc., and its platform allows you to filter and select the type of ads you want to run on your site to get the best CPM for your traffic.

So far, I have been paid on time without problems and it is a network that I have known since the end of 2015 and each year it grows more and more.

4. PopAds

PopAds is a performance network specialized in Pop Unders. They have good rates and can monetize all countries. One cool thing 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 popup windows, tab ups / unders and other monetization methods. Your approvals are easy, and setting up your ads takes just a few minutes.

3. RevContent

Revcontent is a native ad network with some of the best quality ads and approval process in the industry. Native ads have a high level of interaction compared to regular banners and they combine quite well with your blog or website, as they look like related articles. Revcontent has great CPCs: pay 1 to 10 cents per click and have a large network of advertisers around the world. Revcontent will pay you more revenue sharing and make your approval process faster if you sign up from a referral link.

Some of the world’s largest websites, such as Forbes and PCworld, use Revcontent to add revenue to their Adsense earnings. Revcontent is a network that you should definitely try and you can easily combine it with other networks on this list to improve your profits.

2. PropellerAds Media

Propeller Ads is one of the largest pop-under networks available. They started working in 2011 and quickly became one of the largest networks with excellent CPM. They specialize in monetizing websites for the following niches: entertainment, videos / movies, games, dating, finance, software, gambling, and more. If you have one of these sites, you could make more money with Propeller than with Adsense. They also have banners, but pop-unders work better overall. Also, if you have mobile traffic, they are an excellent Adsense alternative, as they work closely with ad networks that monetize mobile apps and services that lead to great return on investment (ROI) and large CPMs.

The propeller pays on a NET 30 basis and they have a great fill rate for Tier 2-3 countries. So if you are struggling to monetize traffic from countries like India, Singapore, Turkey, South Africa etc., Propeller also has a huge inventory for them.

1. Media.net

If you are looking for the most similar Adsense alternative, here you have it: Adsense for Yahoo and Bing. Media.net is an industry-leading technology company that develops innovative digital advertising products for publishers and advertisers. They have more than 500 employees at key operations centers in New York, Los Angeles, Dubai, Zurich, Mumbai and Bangalore.

By revenue, Media.net runs the second-largest contextual ad program worldwide. Media.net powers the Yahoo! Bing Network Contextual Ads Program. Media.net exclusively manages technology, business operations, and publisher relationships around the world for this program. Today, Media.net is a leading global contextual advertising company that provides a wide range of advertising and traffic monetization solutions to a substantial and diversified customer base. With more than 500 employees, Media.net has one of the largest teams in the world that is developing a global contextual advertising business. Plus, it takes 2 days on average to approve your account and they’ll give you an additional 10% on your earnings for the first 3 months. (Much better than waiting weeks for an Adsense approval.)

 

 

 

 

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