This article the top alternatives and competitors of Google AdSense whose pay is encouraging.
Google AdSense rejected your request to join them?
O! That’s normal, it’s pretty challenging to get AdSense approval nowadays. But that doesn’t mean you have to give up your blogging career or close down your weblog.
Maybe you don’t know about AdSense alternatives that also pay as well – if not better than AdSense (I didn’t just say that, arguable though).
You can try them out, who knows, your site may get quickly approved and you start earning immediately, as you await AdSense.
Alternatives to Google AdSense
AdSense has lots of other options, just that some of them are not encouraging. But let’s take a look at the nine promising alternatives.
Media.net is powered by Yahoo and Bing; it’s likely to be AdSense most significant competitor.
It’s a perfect alternative to AdSense. Its ad units will suit your site look either on PC, tablet or mobile.
Just like AdSense, media.net allows its publishers to earn from publishing ads. Media.net pays their publisher via Paypal or Bank Wire.
Bidvertiser offers pay per click advertising. Their system is a little bit different from AdSense.
Unlike AdSense, Bidvertiser creates a bidding system where only the highest bidder will be allowed to advertise on your website.
They offer all kind of ads in AdSense (text ads, mobile ads, banner ads, slider ads, skyscraper ads, etc.). Their payment method is via PayPal or Payza.
With Chitika, you don’t need approval, create an account, generate code, and place the code on your site, and you are good to go.
No matter how low your site traffic is – you have no problem.
Though the information I got from Chitika users is that its pay-per-click rate is poor compared to AdSense.
But since the application is automatic, a new blogger can start for here. Chitika pays its publishers in a choice of Cheque or Paypal.
Infolinks is a text advertising platform. They are unique in their way as they show pop-up ads or text ads.
It can easily be combined with AdSense if you have both accounts on the same site. They pay their publishers via Bank Wire, Cheque or PayPal.
Adversal equals AdSense in serving ads. With lesser considerations, they approve sites as fast as possible, but you must have a minimum of 50,000-page view per monthly.
Publishers of Adversal can withdraw as low as $20 via PayPal, Cheque or Bank Wire.
VigLink converts links into affiliate links, which makes it different from other listed platforms.
They pay in commission just like affiliate marketing. You will earn a commission if the sale is made from your link.
Using VigLink, there is no minimum of the withdrawable amount. One can withdraw as small possible.
BuySellAds is also unique in its way. It links publishers to advertisers.
On like every other, BuySellAds act as a middleman and pays for direct advertisement and charges you 25% of the transaction.
Though tougher than AdSense to get approval, your site must have very high traffic before BuySellAds approve it.
Propeller is based in the United Kingdom. Its pays for every 1000 impression, this is similar to the AdSense RMP.
Most of the propeller advertiser are from US, UK, and Canada, so consider propeller if you have good traffic from those regions.
PayPal, Payoneer, and Wire Transfer are the means propeller pays their publishers.
Adsterra program offers a very high CPM rate, just like AdSense it displays; banners, links, and slider on the publishers targeted pages.
Adsterea is among the few advertising programs that pay publishers in Bitcoin.
Not only Bitcoin, but they also pay via Payoneer, Bank Wire Transfer, Web Money, and Payza.
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