15 High-Paying AdSense Alternatives for Your Website

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Don’t want to work with Google AdSense? No problem. There are many alternative ad networks available for those who don’t want or can’t work with Google for some reason.

Let’s look at some common scenarios in which people seek out alternate means of monetization.

Reasons to Look For AdSense Alternatives

There are many reasons to look for AdSense alternatives—the most important being to create a hedge against unexpected account troubles and suggest drops in revenue. Some other reasons I commonly hear about include:

  • Google AdSense rejects many sites for not having enough content or if they feel your site would not be appropriate for their advertisers.
  • Getting a site approved for Google AdSense is not as easy as it was in the past.
  • If you read any of the internet marketing or webmaster forums, I’m sure you’ve seen thread after thread with a title that goes something like… “AdSense banned me! Why?”
  • Google AdSense has a lot of rules and they monitor sites constantly. If you happen to break even one rule, they will not just ban the site, they will ban you and won’t let you open a new AdSense account. And even if you manage to open one somehow and they catch you later, they will ban the new account.
  • Did you know that if you even accidentally click on an ad on your site you could be banned for life?
  • Many site owners feel that Google AdSense rules are just too strict. Conforming to the many rules often leads to site design issues.
  • In some instances, you have to redesign your entire site just so you can use Google AdSense.
  • Contextual text ads sometimes just don’t fit a site’s design and layout. Other ad formats that Google AdSense does not support work better on many sites.

Types of Ads

Now let’s briefly take a look at the main types of ads available to publishers looking to shift to an AdSense alternative.

Targeted Text Ads: These ads are text-based and are usually found in groups. They are targeted to match the site’s content or the search phrase that was used on a search engine to bring them to your site’s page.

In-Text: These style of ads popup when you hover over selected text phrases with your mouse. A small box pops up and usually contains either image, text or video as well as the ad’s link.

Display: Display ads contain images, headlines, body text and other elements used to get a viewer’s attention. Sizes range from eighth page to full page ads.

Banner: These are your typical image ads you see on many sites. They can be just the image or an image with a text line above or below it. Sizes range from button size to half page and come in all orientations.

Alternative Ad Networks

Here are the top alternative ad networks that you can use instead of Google AdSense. Take your time and check out each one of them. You should find several that will work well with your sites.

 

 

 

Source: adpushup.com