In terms of earnings, most Adsense Alternatives cannot come close to Google Adsense. Adsense is the top ad network in the world and looking for any other network that does the act of a perfect Adsense alternative is futile. However, there are many other ad networks for those who have not got approval from Adsense or who have been rejected lately.
Do a search and you can find more than hundred alternatives to Adsense. They do not pay like Adsense but at least you can make some money online with them.
There are many other good Adsense alternatives like Media.net, BuySellAds, etc. but here I’m going to share 4 Alternatives to Adsense that are innovative, whose approach of monetizing your blog with ads is a bit different from those you have been informed about in most blogs. Most importantly, they all look promising!
As I already said, there can’t be any perfect alternative to Adsense. But you can definitely use these ad networks to monetize your blog or website.
Influads is said to be the quality-only advertising network. It is basically for high quality websites and blogs to provide a clutter-free ad environment. Interestingly, Influads allow publishers to put only one ad per page. Each ad is specially curated and carefully placed for relevancy and maximum exposure. The ad campaigns are well-directed to reach to its target audience.
At present, you can join Influads as a publisher through invitation from an existing publisher. This is the fastest way to get accepted. But, if your blog has new, unique and quality content, you may submit your blog to get approval or to start the application process. Payments are made via Paypal at the end of every month.
Do you think InfluAds is a good Adsense alternative?
Cemmerce is a unique ad network that provides in-text ads like Infolinks. But, unlike Infolinks, it is product based. Cemmerce automatically scans your content and puts affiliate links of products from various e-commerce sites. A bubble pops up (just like Infolinks) to show the relevant product and the best place to buy from. Every-time a product is purchased through your link, you earn commission.
Cemmerce is best for bloggers who write about products.
Payments are made via Paypal.
Cemmerce is different from Adsense but earnings might be more as it works just like affiliate marketing. Would you say it’s a best fit among other Adsense Alternatives?
Are you fed up of searching the best social sharing plugin for your blog? Search no more. Use Po.st to have awesome social sharing buttons in your blog. Not just that. You also earn when your visitors share your content through these buttons.
Yes, you heard it right! Po.st is the best social sharing platform that gives you new visitors from social networks and generates revenue from sharing of your content.
Every-time your post is shared successfully, a 300×250 relevant banner ad is displayed and you earn money from it.
I know many of you would hesitate to take it as an Adsense alternative. But if your contents get a lot social shares everyday, why not monetize with Po.st?
Gumgum is another unique way to monetize your blog. It’s a premium in-image advertising platform which lets you earn by displaying ads on images in your blog. The ad displayed is relevant to the image. Hence, the ads can be highly targeted if you use images that are relevant to your content.
Gumgum is best for blogs that have image based content. But, of course, it can be used in any blog having images. Gumgum is for high quality blogs that receives at least 5,00,000 page views per month.
The best thing about Gumgum is that the in-images ads doesn’t conflict with other type of ads in your blog.
Would you consider Gumgum to be a good Adsense alternative?
All the above ad networks provide easy and quick integration of their ads and are free to join.
It’s difficult to judge the best Adsense Alternatives. In this post, I have tried to show 4 different types of ad networks which do not conflict with each other and which are different in nature. Applying them all-together might be a perfect alternative to Adsense for you!
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