Alternatives to adsense,
are there any good alternatives out there?
Or should you stay and focus on Google adsense? But to start things off, what is google adsense? Google adsense gives publishers a way to make money from their content. Advertisers that wants to make more money off their products pays commissions when someone buys from the adsense ads om your website or blog. Your level of earnings varies depending on the settings of the ads. Now back to alternatives to adsense. There are actually several good alternatives to adsense, and I will reveal a few of those good alternatives to adsense if you continue to read… If you are looking for ways to monetize your blog, here follows my recommendations on that.
Infolinks is an ad marketplace that enables advertising with contextual intent targeting and high viewability across different quality publisher placements. Click here to check out Infolinks.
Primis is an ad network that have their focus on video ads. They are using in-view native video ads that are totally customizable to fit any ad unit size.
Trion may be another alternatives to adsense. This is an option especially if you have a lot of mobile traffic to your blog or website.
Popads focuses on so called popunders. You can sign up as an advertiser or choose to sign up as a publisher so that you can monetize your website.
Adsterra is a good alternative to Google adsense. You can become a advertiser with their network or become a publisher. They ensure a 100% fill rate for publishers through their 20K+ campaigns running simultaneously. They pay commissions automatically twice a month on fixed days.
I guess you have heard about Amazon associates? Who haven’t. This is one of the best known e-commerce platforms out there. Their ads are not CPM based or Pay-per-click ads. You will earn a small commissions from ads that has been placed on your site or blog.
Other options on monetizing your website or blog
There are other ways to monetize your blog or website then by using any of the networks and platforms that I have presented earlier in this blog post. One way is to sell your own products on your blog. It can be something as simple as an E book or a video training of some kind. It does not always have to be a advanced product. Later on you could consider to offer paid coaching to your readers as well. So there you go, this was some alternatives if you want to move away from Google adsense, or if you want something to compare to adsense.
Sincerely, Tommy Olsson.