Top 50 Adsense Alternatives

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Top 50 Ad Networks to Explore

1. adbrite.com
2. bidvertiser.com
3. burstmedia.com
4. advertising.com
5. AdMob.com
6. valueclickmedia.com
7. tribalfusion.com
8. chitika.com
9. kontera.com
10. 247realmedia.com
11. fastclick.com
12. clicksor.com
13. vibrantmedia.com
14. clickbooth.com
15. collective.com
16. marchex.com
17. buysellads.com
18. tattomedia.com
19. QuattroWireless.com
20. eyeblaster.com
21. azoogleads.com
22. 7search.com
23. yume.com
24. casalemedia.com
25. specificmedia.com
26. zestadz.com
27. undertone.com
28. contextweb.com
29. adknowledge.com
30. adify.com
31. spotxchange.com
32. adready.com
33. cpxinteractive.com
34. sportgenic.com
35. traveladnetwork.com
36. mobclix.com
37. centro.net
38. greystripe.com
39. audiencescience.com
40. tremormedia.com
41. brightroll.com
42. millennialmedia.com
43. targetspot.com
44. trafficmarketplace.com
45. bluestreak.com
46. adconion.com
47. pulse360.com
48. encirclemedia.com
49. Jumptap.com
50. premiumnetwork.com
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  • Profile picture of the author Omid
    Thanks for the great alternatives.

    This is a good list for those who think that AdSense click rates are low!

    ~ Omid
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  • Profile picture of the author FidelityNat
    Good list, however what are the criterias for naming exactly these and not any other networks to be named "Top 50"? How did you compare them and range them to be #1, #10 etc.?
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    • Profile picture of the author Infolinks Team
      Hey, this is Tammy from Infolinks. That's quite a list you have there! However, you forgot one of the leading In-Text ad providers - Infolinks. We are the best Google AdSense alternative and supplement! Our publishers find that the combination of Infolinks and AdSense together on their sites is the best for monetization. Contact us to learn more - support(at)infolinks.com.

      Happy blogging,

      Tammy
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      • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
        Originally Posted by Infolinks Team View Post

        Hey, this is Tammy from Infolinks. That's quite a list you have there! However, you forgot one of the leading In-Text ad providers - Infolinks. We are the best Google AdSense alternative and supplement! Our publishers find that the combination of Infolinks and AdSense together on their sites is the best for monetization. Contact us to learn more - support(at)infolinks.com.

        Happy blogging,

        Tammy
        i will think about that

        if anyone ask what the best?
        of course adsense is the best
        but not anyone can get adsense account, so i make this list

        thanks
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      • Profile picture of the author isalmanbaig
        Originally Posted by Infolinks Team View Post

        Hey, this is Tammy from Infolinks. That's quite a list you have there! However, you forgot one of the leading In-Text ad providers - Infolinks. We are the best Google AdSense alternative and supplement! Our publishers find that the combination of Infolinks and AdSense together on their sites is the best for monetization. Contact us to learn more - support(at)infolinks.com.

        Happy blogging,

        Tammy
        I'm agree with Infolinks team ! Infolinks is the best alternative of google adsense. I'm using infolinks to monetize my blog and trust me they are best alternative of adsense. Thanks infolinks team !!
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        • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
          Originally Posted by isalmanbaig View Post

          I'm agree with Infolinks team ! Infolinks is the best alternative of google adsense. I'm using infolinks to monetize my blog and trust me they are best alternative of adsense. Thanks infolinks team !!
          i use infolinks too now at some of my blogs
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  • Profile picture of the author Adeel_Habib
    No they are NOT adsense alternate. Nothing can compete adsense. If adsense pays $100, they won't pay more than $2.

    Especially adbrite and clicksor suck big time. Don't waste your time on those
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    • Profile picture of the author glue
      Originally Posted by Adeel_Habib View Post

      No they are NOT adsense alternate. Nothing can compete adsense. If adsense pays $100, they won't pay more than $2.

      Especially adbrite and clicksor sucks big time. Don't waste your time on those

      hi there! of these, which would be the best for someone who is new to start out with?

      also, op, could you specify which ones you can use WITH adsense?
      (chitika and bidvertiser, for example can be used in conjunction with adsense.)
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      • Profile picture of the author FidelityNat
        Originally Posted by glue View Post

        also, op, could you specify which ones you can use WITH adsense?
        (chitika and bidvertiser, for example can be used in conjunction with adsense.)
        I can't say for all the networks, but Fidelity Media can definitely be used WITH Adsense, but it's not even on the list (((
        That's why I asked about the criterias the Topic Starter used for creating the list.
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        • Profile picture of the author IdeaViator
          buysellads.com is pretty good. If you have a website in popular niche with decent amount of traffic you can sell advertisig space for a few hundreds bucks.
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      • Profile picture of the author Adeel_Habib
        Originally Posted by glue View Post

        hi there! of these, which would be the best for someone who is new to start out with?

        also, op, could you specify which ones you can use WITH adsense?
        (chitika and bidvertiser, for example can be used in conjunction with adsense.)
        I use adsense mostly. I tried all the small networks but the results were horrible. So i just stick to adsense plus private advertisers.

        Give infolinks a try. There s no comparison with adsense but it makes you some money with US traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author slimharry
    Which one is the best???
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  • Profile picture of the author JeremyShawaf
    Lol.......you guys, it's adwords your referring to.....adsense is for if your posting on your own site. Adwords is the advertising network that google runs


    Jeremy

    Oh yeah and btw, this order is fkdt......7search should at least be in the top 10 IMHO
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  • Profile picture of the author Jerome15
    great list, i was looking for this one before when i got banned. i will get this list to check out what they offer . thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by Jerome15 View Post

      great list, i was looking for this one before when i got banned. i will get this list to check out what they offer . thanks
      yeah sure,, that was alternatif for adsense
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  • Profile picture of the author storemerchant
    thanks for info
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by storemerchant View Post

      thanks for info
      you are welcome
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Good share, all we need is for someone to review all of them now lol
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by ChrisBa View Post

      Good share, all we need is for someone to review all of them now lol
      yeah,, that's right
      i use chitika and that very good compare with adsense
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  • Profile picture of the author pacelattin
    Was this alternatives on where to buy media, or where to place media?
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  • Profile picture of the author deeguy1
    The thing about these networks is that they pay peanuts compared to adsense
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    • Profile picture of the author pacelattin
      The list makes no sense. Some are behavior targeting companies, some are PPC companies, some are video ad companies. A few aren't as far as I know, still in business.

      As for peanuts, some of them are high-cpm representation networks and pay much higher than adsense. A few are niche networks...


      Originally Posted by deeguy1 View Post

      The thing about these networks is that they pay peanuts compared to adsense
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      • Profile picture of the author Jac0b
        Originally Posted by pacelattin View Post

        The list makes no sense. Some are behavior targeting companies, some are PPC companies, some are video ad companies. A few aren't as far as I know, still in business.
        He is right.
        The list is pretty good but it is without any additional helpful information...
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  • Profile picture of the author saralees
    wow , ok cool....... thank you
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  • Profile picture of the author valley120
    Yes there many, lots of them, but as long as they are small networks they don't have the budget to pay enough, so I still think Adsense+ private advertisers is the solution..
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by saralees View Post

      wow , ok cool....... thank you
      you are welcome


      Originally Posted by Jac0b View Post

      He is right.
      The list is pretty good but it is without any additional helpful information...
      i haven't tried that's all
      i have try chitika and i say that's very good compare with adsense

      Originally Posted by valley120 View Post

      Yes there many, lots of them, but as long as they are small networks they don't have the budget to pay enough, so I still think Adsense+ private advertisers is the solution..
      that's why i call them adsense alternative
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    • Profile picture of the author FidelityNat
      Originally Posted by valley120 View Post

      Yes there many, lots of them, but as long as they are small networks they don't have the budget to pay enough, so I still think Adsense+ private advertisers is the solution..
      valley120, you are wrong here. Many of Networks listed above have billions of dollars turnover. And if your traffic is good enough, ad networks will pay you.
      Actually many networks can be used TOGETHER with AdSense, so it's just an idea how to make your revenue more. Nobody suggests here refusing from using AdSense on your site. IMHO.
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    • Profile picture of the author technotexas
      100% agreed
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  • Profile picture of the author adbash
    It's hard to try it all but this list is a great source for people who get ban on adsense.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sneaky
    Thanks for the list. Are the first ones supposed to be the best?
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  • Profile picture of the author safexsolutions
    okei, first if site is Good and Traffic is from Search Engine..Then Obviously Adsense, Infolinks+ Luminate ads gives you around 20-50$ per day..I was earning like 50bucks per day with combination of above 3 network. Now I do mostly CPA..as CPC make me Try...Still One part of my sites is CPC..Good list you gave but they are not Categorized with proper numbers they deserve..as adbrite is now a days like 00 value..and cpxinteractive is used now a days on movies and game sites mostly..So what category each can have?
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  • Profile picture of the author Amit Gupta
    You can also add technoratimedia,burstmedia,adtegrity...in mobile there are inmobi, adiquity, adfonic, buzzcity, smaato...
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    • Profile picture of the author Austin Wilson
      in mobile i would suggest you to go with inmobi,adiquity
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  • Profile picture of the author generitek
    Thanks for posting. How is the list ordered?
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    Thanks for the list
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    Thanks a lot
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  • Profile picture of the author equanto
    Here is some review from me

    Intellilinks

    More and more publishers seem to trying Intellilinks and staying with it. It's a simple way of selling text links on your website. Setup is straightforward. Instead of using Javascript, there's a server side PHP snippet that needs to be included in your site templates, which means it loads instantly. This can ad code can be added with a WordPress plugin if that's better for you.
    Once you've got that running, everything else is automatic but you also have full control over which links are displayed on your site.
    Intellilinks has two types of ads. Standard links look somewhat like a small vertical AdSense link unit while contextual links are used to automatically form paid links within the content of your site.
    See Intellilinks for more info and samples.

    Clicksor

    The ads you'll get from Clicksor are available in a number of formats including inline text iinks, text and image banners, pop-unders and interstitial ads. You can choose to use all or only some of these ad formats.
    Provided you have a decent looking site that meets the content guidelines acceptance is fast. I've also found the support people to be great.
    There's a choice of payment options - Paypal, check or wire transfer - with payments being issued every 15 days, provided you've hit the minimum threshold of $50.
    Revenue share for publishers is up to 85% of ad income. See Clicksor for more.

    Chitika

    Chitika prides itself on delivering high CTRs and eCPMs. It's worth trying on any site but bear in mind that Chitika tends work best on sites that are product related - especially if those products are technology, gadget or other electronic or electrical items.
    Chitika shows ads based on what the user was searching for just prior to arriving on your site. This means the ads they show are usually tightly targeted to your audience, making an ad click more likely. As well as the relevance factor, two other plus points in their favor are compatibility with AdSense (you can mix AdSense and Chitika ad units on the same page) and that the ads aren't shown to users that haven't come from a search engine.
    That means you can serve highly targeted ads to search-led visitors but display regular AdSense units to everyone else without having to show both ad units at the same time. Chitika has an option to set AdSense as a backup ad, so you only need to include one ad code to do this.
    In addition to a good choice of ad sizes, Chitika also has mobile ads.

    adBrite

    While there are some filters available to publishers using AdSense, the fact is you don't have a lot of say in which advertisers and ads appear on your site. If that's important to you take a look at adBrite
    You're also able to do two things publishers often want to do but can't with Google - set your own rates and display a "click here to advertise" option, making it a good way to offer inhouse ads. You can set the lowest rate you're prepared to display ads for and set a backup ad network for times when that level can't be met by adBrite advertisers.
    This all sounds good but I've yet to find a publisher happy with their adBrite earnings. That's also been my experience - great system but low payouts. Better to use it for serving your own ads.

    Shopzilla

    This is another ad network that works best on websites that are product-orientated. A slightly clunky interface allows you to create an ad code that displays shopping links based on static or dynamic keywords you define.
    Earnings can be good but it's worth giving Shopzilla a few days to pickup on the product links that work best for your audience, rather than just make a judgment based on the earnings of the first day or two. Given the nature of the ad style and destination links, Shopzilla is often a good fit for shopping based sites.

    Bidvertiser

    Bidvertiser offers a great pay-per-click ad program with an interesting twist. As well as a standard payout on each click, Bidvertiser now offers a Conversion Bonus to those publishers who send their advertisers high quality traffic that converts well to real leads or revenue. These bonuses are added automatically to monthly publisher payments.
    To qualify you need to send good quality traffic and place the Bidvertiser ad block above the fold and use one of the most popular ad sizes of 728--90, 160--600, 300--250, 120--600, 468--60, or 336--280.
    Bonus tip: With the exception of 468--60 these are the most lucrative ad sizes with most ad networks, including Google AdSense. Find out more about Bidvertiser here.
    The company also offers a free Revenue Generating Toolbar option too.

    AdBull

    For something completely different, try AdBull. In one of the most innovative advertising platforms I've seen, AdBull briefly places a small text ad near the mouse cursor when the site has finished loading. After a couple of seconds, the ad discreetly moves to the lower left corner of the screen - out of the way but still visible and clickable to users who are interested.
    Ads open in a new window and the whole flow of the system isn't nearly as disruptive as it may sound in this description. AdBull is claiming great click through rates for publishers who use their ad network. You can find out more about AdBull and view a demo here.
    So here are some of the best AdSense alternatives. Our definition of "best" is that these programs are well-established and found by many site owners find work as well - or better - than AdSense.
    Important Tip - Don't Skip This
    If you're experimenting with different ad networks and are planning to mix AdSense units with ads from other networks on the same page it's a really good idea to check the terms of service for both ad networks. You need to make sure you don't get into hot water with either company and jeopardize your account with either.
    The basic rule is that provided the two ad units couldn't be confused with one another you should be fine. But remember to take a minute to check for yourself. On with the list...
    I'm going to start with the two networks that seem to be mostly commonly used as a replacement for AdSense - Intellilinks and Clicksor.


    Final Recommendations

    For my money, if you haven't tried them before, the two best networks to test are Intellilinks and Clicksor.
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    • Profile picture of the author espresso
      any list of sites to buy traffic from. List in order of how good they are for converting
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by equanto View Post

      Here is some review from me

      Intellilinks

      More and more publishers seem to trying Intellilinks and staying with it. It's a simple way of selling text links on your website. Setup is straightforward. Instead of using Javascript, there's a server side PHP snippet that needs to be included in your site templates, which means it loads instantly. This can ad code can be added with a WordPress plugin if that's better for you.
      Once you've got that running, everything else is automatic but you also have full control over which links are displayed on your site.
      Intellilinks has two types of ads. Standard links look somewhat like a small vertical AdSense link unit while contextual links are used to automatically form paid links within the content of your site.
      See Intellilinks for more info and samples.

      Clicksor

      The ads you'll get from Clicksor are available in a number of formats including inline text iinks, text and image banners, pop-unders and interstitial ads. You can choose to use all or only some of these ad formats.
      Provided you have a decent looking site that meets the content guidelines acceptance is fast. I've also found the support people to be great.
      There's a choice of payment options - Paypal, check or wire transfer - with payments being issued every 15 days, provided you've hit the minimum threshold of $50.
      Revenue share for publishers is up to 85% of ad income. See Clicksor for more.

      Chitika

      Chitika prides itself on delivering high CTRs and eCPMs. It's worth trying on any site but bear in mind that Chitika tends work best on sites that are product related - especially if those products are technology, gadget or other electronic or electrical items.
      Chitika shows ads based on what the user was searching for just prior to arriving on your site. This means the ads they show are usually tightly targeted to your audience, making an ad click more likely. As well as the relevance factor, two other plus points in their favor are compatibility with AdSense (you can mix AdSense and Chitika ad units on the same page) and that the ads aren't shown to users that haven't come from a search engine.
      That means you can serve highly targeted ads to search-led visitors but display regular AdSense units to everyone else without having to show both ad units at the same time. Chitika has an option to set AdSense as a backup ad, so you only need to include one ad code to do this.
      In addition to a good choice of ad sizes, Chitika also has mobile ads.

      adBrite

      While there are some filters available to publishers using AdSense, the fact is you don't have a lot of say in which advertisers and ads appear on your site. If that's important to you take a look at adBrite
      You're also able to do two things publishers often want to do but can't with Google - set your own rates and display a "click here to advertise" option, making it a good way to offer inhouse ads. You can set the lowest rate you're prepared to display ads for and set a backup ad network for times when that level can't be met by adBrite advertisers.
      This all sounds good but I've yet to find a publisher happy with their adBrite earnings. That's also been my experience - great system but low payouts. Better to use it for serving your own ads.

      Shopzilla

      This is another ad network that works best on websites that are product-orientated. A slightly clunky interface allows you to create an ad code that displays shopping links based on static or dynamic keywords you define.
      Earnings can be good but it's worth giving Shopzilla a few days to pickup on the product links that work best for your audience, rather than just make a judgment based on the earnings of the first day or two. Given the nature of the ad style and destination links, Shopzilla is often a good fit for shopping based sites.

      Bidvertiser

      Bidvertiser offers a great pay-per-click ad program with an interesting twist. As well as a standard payout on each click, Bidvertiser now offers a Conversion Bonus to those publishers who send their advertisers high quality traffic that converts well to real leads or revenue. These bonuses are added automatically to monthly publisher payments.
      To qualify you need to send good quality traffic and place the Bidvertiser ad block above the fold and use one of the most popular ad sizes of 728--90, 160--600, 300--250, 120--600, 468--60, or 336--280.
      Bonus tip: With the exception of 468--60 these are the most lucrative ad sizes with most ad networks, including Google AdSense. Find out more about Bidvertiser here.
      The company also offers a free Revenue Generating Toolbar option too.

      AdBull

      For something completely different, try AdBull. In one of the most innovative advertising platforms I've seen, AdBull briefly places a small text ad near the mouse cursor when the site has finished loading. After a couple of seconds, the ad discreetly moves to the lower left corner of the screen - out of the way but still visible and clickable to users who are interested.
      Ads open in a new window and the whole flow of the system isn't nearly as disruptive as it may sound in this description. AdBull is claiming great click through rates for publishers who use their ad network. You can find out more about AdBull and view a demo here.
      So here are some of the best AdSense alternatives. Our definition of "best" is that these programs are well-established and found by many site owners find work as well - or better - than AdSense.
      Important Tip - Don't Skip This
      If you're experimenting with different ad networks and are planning to mix AdSense units with ads from other networks on the same page it's a really good idea to check the terms of service for both ad networks. You need to make sure you don't get into hot water with either company and jeopardize your account with either.
      The basic rule is that provided the two ad units couldn't be confused with one another you should be fine. But remember to take a minute to check for yourself. On with the list...
      I'm going to start with the two networks that seem to be mostly commonly used as a replacement for AdSense - Intellilinks and Clicksor.


      Final Recommendations

      For my money, if you haven't tried them before, the two best networks to test are Intellilinks and Clicksor.
      thanks for your great review
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    • Profile picture of the author AdStract
      Hello,

      My name is Nicole and I am an Account Manager at AdStract. Are you familiar with this Platform? We are an Ad Network as well as an SSP (Supply Side Platform). Meaning that you don't only generate great revenue from our ads, but you can optimize your account and choose which ad network is the best performing for all your Geo Targets.

      Please contact us for more information to publishers(at)adstract.com

      Originally Posted by equanto View Post

      Here is some review from me

      Intellilinks

      More and more publishers seem to trying Intellilinks and staying with it. It's a simple way of selling text links on your website. Setup is straightforward. Instead of using Javascript, there's a server side PHP snippet that needs to be included in your site templates, which means it loads instantly. This can ad code can be added with a WordPress plugin if that's better for you.
      Once you've got that running, everything else is automatic but you also have full control over which links are displayed on your site.
      Intellilinks has two types of ads. Standard links look somewhat like a small vertical AdSense link unit while contextual links are used to automatically form paid links within the content of your site.
      See Intellilinks for more info and samples.

      Clicksor

      The ads you'll get from Clicksor are available in a number of formats including inline text iinks, text and image banners, pop-unders and interstitial ads. You can choose to use all or only some of these ad formats.
      Provided you have a decent looking site that meets the content guidelines acceptance is fast. I've also found the support people to be great.
      There's a choice of payment options - Paypal, check or wire transfer - with payments being issued every 15 days, provided you've hit the minimum threshold of $50.
      Revenue share for publishers is up to 85% of ad income. See Clicksor for more.

      Chitika

      Chitika prides itself on delivering high CTRs and eCPMs. It's worth trying on any site but bear in mind that Chitika tends work best on sites that are product related - especially if those products are technology, gadget or other electronic or electrical items.
      Chitika shows ads based on what the user was searching for just prior to arriving on your site. This means the ads they show are usually tightly targeted to your audience, making an ad click more likely. As well as the relevance factor, two other plus points in their favor are compatibility with AdSense (you can mix AdSense and Chitika ad units on the same page) and that the ads aren't shown to users that haven't come from a search engine.
      That means you can serve highly targeted ads to search-led visitors but display regular AdSense units to everyone else without having to show both ad units at the same time. Chitika has an option to set AdSense as a backup ad, so you only need to include one ad code to do this.
      In addition to a good choice of ad sizes, Chitika also has mobile ads.

      adBrite

      While there are some filters available to publishers using AdSense, the fact is you don't have a lot of say in which advertisers and ads appear on your site. If that's important to you take a look at adBrite
      You're also able to do two things publishers often want to do but can't with Google - set your own rates and display a "click here to advertise" option, making it a good way to offer inhouse ads. You can set the lowest rate you're prepared to display ads for and set a backup ad network for times when that level can't be met by adBrite advertisers.
      This all sounds good but I've yet to find a publisher happy with their adBrite earnings. That's also been my experience - great system but low payouts. Better to use it for serving your own ads.

      Shopzilla

      This is another ad network that works best on websites that are product-orientated. A slightly clunky interface allows you to create an ad code that displays shopping links based on static or dynamic keywords you define.
      Earnings can be good but it's worth giving Shopzilla a few days to pickup on the product links that work best for your audience, rather than just make a judgment based on the earnings of the first day or two. Given the nature of the ad style and destination links, Shopzilla is often a good fit for shopping based sites.

      Bidvertiser

      Bidvertiser offers a great pay-per-click ad program with an interesting twist. As well as a standard payout on each click, Bidvertiser now offers a Conversion Bonus to those publishers who send their advertisers high quality traffic that converts well to real leads or revenue. These bonuses are added automatically to monthly publisher payments.
      To qualify you need to send good quality traffic and place the Bidvertiser ad block above the fold and use one of the most popular ad sizes of 728--90, 160--600, 300--250, 120--600, 468--60, or 336--280.
      Bonus tip: With the exception of 468--60 these are the most lucrative ad sizes with most ad networks, including Google AdSense. Find out more about Bidvertiser here.
      The company also offers a free Revenue Generating Toolbar option too.

      AdBull

      For something completely different, try AdBull. In one of the most innovative advertising platforms I've seen, AdBull briefly places a small text ad near the mouse cursor when the site has finished loading. After a couple of seconds, the ad discreetly moves to the lower left corner of the screen - out of the way but still visible and clickable to users who are interested.
      Ads open in a new window and the whole flow of the system isn't nearly as disruptive as it may sound in this description. AdBull is claiming great click through rates for publishers who use their ad network. You can find out more about AdBull and view a demo here.
      So here are some of the best AdSense alternatives. Our definition of "best" is that these programs are well-established and found by many site owners find work as well - or better - than AdSense.
      Important Tip - Don't Skip This
      If you're experimenting with different ad networks and are planning to mix AdSense units with ads from other networks on the same page it's a really good idea to check the terms of service for both ad networks. You need to make sure you don't get into hot water with either company and jeopardize your account with either.
      The basic rule is that provided the two ad units couldn't be confused with one another you should be fine. But remember to take a minute to check for yourself. On with the list...
      I'm going to start with the two networks that seem to be mostly commonly used as a replacement for AdSense - Intellilinks and Clicksor.


      Final Recommendations

      For my money, if you haven't tried them before, the two best networks to test are Intellilinks and Clicksor.
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  • Profile picture of the author brandonthomas
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    tried a lot of them. none of them can even come close to what adsense offering
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    Google is HUGE, so of course you will make the most money with them, as long as you follow all of their rules.
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  • Profile picture of the author globalwalyy
    nice and thanks for the list, we all know Google adsense is the best, but day by day google are getting very strict, they are very rude and arogant i must say, especially when they ban you, without good reason, all in the name of you are possing risk to advertiser,what risk they wouldnt indicate.. In my own view those list are excellent...nice work there General Information And Tutorial Blog
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  • Profile picture of the author DanielDuffo
    Our nice list. ))
    thanks man !) and thanks for review some of them. )
    I don't remember who did that. But thanks )
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  • Profile picture of the author prismkuet
    Are they really alternative of adsense!! I believe, adsense is far more ahead than any of them and will be for many years. Not interested for any alternative.
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  • Profile picture of the author eac07740
    Thank you bamstk090 for taking the time to make this great list of available ad networks. It's always a smart idea to diversify your sources of traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author dreamtech
    buysellads.com is pretty good. If you have a website in popular niche with decent amount of traffic you can sell advertisig space for a few hundreds bucks.
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by dreamtech View Post

      buysellads.com is pretty good. If you have a website in popular niche with decent amount of traffic you can sell advertisig space for a few hundreds bucks.
      i will check it
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      Originally Posted by dreamtech View Post

      buysellads.com is pretty good. If you have a website in popular niche with decent amount of traffic you can sell advertisig space for a few hundreds bucks.
      Since we're talking about Adsense here which is a CPC system I don't think we can compare it with buysellads (it is a CPA system right?). Most people who use adsense are micro niche site owners and normally with the kind of traffic micro niche sites are getting I doubt it would be pair well with a CPA ad system.


      Anyway, if you guys have ever been to NichePursuits (Spencer Haws' website), you would have heard of Spencer's recent ban from adsense. He reviews some of the ad networks you have listed up there, but NOTHING COMES CLOSE TO ADSENSE. He earned 1/3 of what he earned previously with adsense with the alternatives listed up there.


      Moral of the story is, if you are eligible to use adsense, it is the best network out there but use it with extreme caution and follow their rules closely because it will be a huge drawback to get banned from adsense.

      But if you have been banned by adsense and have no other choice, then according to Spencer Infolinks is one of the best alternatives.
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  • Profile picture of the author mmrumii
    Your list is really informative for everybody.
    But I think Google Adsense is always best.
    Just have to follow those rules then you can make large amount.
    But thank you for you list, cause I have heard some new site name.
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by mmrumii View Post

      Your list is really informative for everybody.
      But I think Google Adsense is always best.
      Just have to follow those rules then you can make large amount.
      But thank you for you list, cause I have heard some new site name.
      yeah, this list only alternative adsense
      not so good like adsense but you can still making money
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  • Profile picture of the author trlta
    aahaa really good list I only use adsense till now, I think i should try some different.
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  • Profile picture of the author papasaves
    Thanks for sharing.
    But none of these sites work as good as AdSense. I have tried many of them. RPC is too low.
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    Any suggestion for exchange sites?
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  • Profile picture of the author immaulana
    Thanks for great share for AdSense Alternatives...
    Thanks for great Review by equanto.
    It was really help me, after i was disabled from AdSense...
    Thanks...
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  • Profile picture of the author faysal969
    People are always searching for good alternatives of Adsense. Thanks for sharing this nice and useful list.
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  • Profile picture of the author diggs11
    Really helpful post for me Thank you for sharing with us.
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    looking same from last some days nyway thanks a lot
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  • Profile picture of the author kafai
    i will try some alternatives in this list after i got 1 my adsense account banned
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  • Profile picture of the author rajivwebads
    Thanks for the list of top L(50) adsense alternatives websites.
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  • Profile picture of the author rising_sun
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    I am happy to get this ,I am a new affiliate ,it help me much.thank you for your sharing.
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  • Profile picture of the author julmotali
    Really informative. Thanks for your thread.
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  • Profile picture of the author bbqshrimpin
    Don't forget Adscend! While they are a little different than adsense you can make alot more money with them and their control panel is amazing!
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  • Profile picture of the author CyborgX
    There has been so much quarries about the alternative of Adsence. This list would certainly help many.
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  • Profile picture of the author Cyberfreak
    why these guys don't realize he is talking about adsense alternative everybody know Adsense is Best and my be they need this list if they see message from Disabled Adsense
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    • Profile picture of the author adsassist
      Originally Posted by Cyberfreak View Post

      why these guys don't realize he is talking about adsense alternative everybody know Adsense is Best and my be they need this list if they see message from Disabled Adsense
      There are thousands of people that get banned from Adsense.

      Alone with that Google is starting to banned people from Adwords if their Adsense has been banned.

      This list is crucial to these people. Sometimes you just cant have the best.
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  • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
    Originally Posted by sham2 View Post

    Nice sharing. Thanks for sharing nice information
    your welcome
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  • Profile picture of the author jackie8k
    Has anyone used mobclix.com??
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  • Profile picture of the author CaptainNewgate
    List is cool thanks ..

    It would have been great ... if you classified the same .. like CPM , CPA , ... so on ..

    Yet thanks for the list
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by CaptainNewgate View Post

      List is cool thanks ..

      It would have been great ... if you classified the same .. like CPM , CPA , ... so on ..

      Yet thanks for the list
      i will try to make some list
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  • Profile picture of the author BombyDimpu
    List is great ... But all are paying low. All are best for Adult Sites. If anyone banned from Adsense use related affiliated products for same and more earnings.
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  • Profile picture of the author Shishev
    I've been banned from adsense for about 4 years now. I've tried a bunch of alternatives and they all really sucked compared to adsense. I mean they really sucked - those were Adbrite, Clicksor and Bidvetiser. The most important part is the payouts and those 3's payouts were totally horrible and not worth it. Ever since I tried those 3 alternatives I've stopped using PPC ads on my sites.
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    Thanks for the awesome list!
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  • Profile picture of the author StewartJ
    Damn!!! I didn't know there were so many. I only knew about 10 of them.
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by StewartJ View Post

      Damn!!! I didn't know there were so many. I only knew about 10 of them.
      don't try all of that,, focus on 1 or 2 company
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    Thank you great share!
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by imwarrior84 View Post

      Thank you great share!
      you are welcome
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  • Profile picture of the author deesonjame
    Fantastic list. Like to add that some CPA networks have very good advertising options as well and can be used as a replacement to Adsense if your site if getting good targeted traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author Emorej
    Thank you for sharing this list. great help
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    Excellent share. Thank you for this!
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  • Profile picture of the author paradajz1
    great list , thanks
    Infolinks worked best for me so far after adsense banned me
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  • Profile picture of the author allmyposts
    Why don't you classify the list??

    I want a CPM paying site .. with lowest payout .. and moderate rates ...

    Got a quick suggestion??
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeffoski1083
    Great list man, thanks
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    great list...I will try 1 or 2 company...thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author KingPop
    huge! great thanks.

    going dip my hand in 6of them as I had never heard of them. will update any success.
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  • Profile picture of the author flamewave
    Why not AxxAds.com?
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by flamewave View Post

      Why not AxxAds.com?
      never heard of that
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    This really helps thanks buddy
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  • Profile picture of the author HostWind
    Im not sure why people are trying to use alternatives. Why dont people go the CPA/CPL route?
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  • Profile picture of the author Jos Espo
    I just browsed though the thread and I see only prehistoric technology...

    If you are serious ( I mean positively serious ) about monetizing your assets PM me...

    I will give you the name of a privet exchange where the pros mingle.

    The exchange specializes in blog networks, tv stations (digital), interconnected home gaming networks, video chat live streaming platforms, mobile carriers, etc. You get the idea...


    But... you could sneak your "humble" traffic blog in, if you had the required credentials...


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  • Profile picture of the author PopOn
    It will take some time to try all of them. I wouldn't name it "top 50" but something like "alternative 50"
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  • East or West..."google adsense " is BEST
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    Do you have adsense website then you need CTR THEME. CTR THEME make easy to build informational website monetized with adsense that get great click-through rates. Get at ctr80.com/
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  • Profile picture of the author gcampton
    Can we perhaps make a more definitive list (top 100 maybe)? I'd be willing to give it a go but I don't know much about them. It's just there's a lot of advertising networks posting here saying they aren't on the list and on top of that the programs need to be categorized and perhaps voted on for #1 -> #10 positions. Can we add polls on these forums?
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  • Profile picture of the author baliboy
    i have used chitika.. but when i compare both of them.. my decision is always adsense the best.. (imho)
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by baliboy View Post

      i have used chitika.. but when i compare both of them.. my decision is always adsense the best.. (imho)
      adsense the best when your account not get banned
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      • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
        Originally Posted by antoxwoman View Post

        I recommend the following cool sites to monetize your blog:

        1.- Adversal: (This is a very good adsense alternative, in fact it displays google adsense ads)
        Link: goo.gl/XCrPU

        2.- WHD: (It displays text/banner ads, clicks and number of impressions count)
        Link: goo.gl/GhAig

        3.- eDomz: (It displays pop ups, competitive revenue sharing)
        Link: goo.gl/9mSqD

        4.- Kontextua: (Ads in images, Ads in texts, Banners, Sliders, Related Tags - Better than Infolinks)
        Link: goo.gl/iXhIE

        You should try them, they all pay. I personally like them and they are best adsense alternatives.
        Personal experience.
        Enjoy. :-)
        thanks for some review from you
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  • Profile picture of the author brettb
    AdSense is NOT the best. If you have a narrow niche site and there are plenty of CPA offers then you'll make more by not having AdSense on your site.

    I had to take AdSense off some of my sites this month. I switched to CPA offers and my revenue has gone up 25%. Next month should be even better, because I only found out the other day that one of my sub-niches pays out like crazy on CPA offers, but AdSense is just a few cents a click.
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  • Profile picture of the author pikerones
    Which good network have cheap cpc from usa? I using search7 and it have bid from $0.01, are another good networks for get usa traffic for $0.01?
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    I have been looking for this post for a while.
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      Originally Posted by Ethan Zammit View Post

      I have been looking for this post for a while.
      Glad you found it. Your search is finally over.
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  • Profile picture of the author Univee
    Reachnetwork.pro offers good option to place text ads modules to your website.
    Payments are sent 2x times a month.
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  • Profile picture of the author squeezer
    If you have to have an alternative this list is a great start. If a publisher is truly looking for more income from advertising additional sources like adhesive.co are great. They will pay CPM, and these ads don't replace other ads so you will make more money
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  • Profile picture of the author Greedy
    I haven't been able to find anything that can truly compete with Adsense.

    So good alternatives have been listed.
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by Greedy View Post

      I haven't been able to find anything that can truly compete with Adsense.

      So good alternatives have been listed.
      yeah, i have 3 account adsense and all get banned
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    wonderfull!! thank for share
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by gamerightnow.com View Post

      wonderfull!! thank for share
      you are welcome
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  • Profile picture of the author shipwrecked
    Thank you for your list, I will look them up a.s.a.p. as we work with so many sites we need to monetize...
    Top 50 is a fantastic long list! Wow!
    Although not all of them are PPC, some are pay-per-ad-space-sold. Thank you very much!
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by shipwrecked View Post

      Thank you for your list, I will look them up a.s.a.p. as we work with so many sites we need to monetize...
      Top 50 is a fantastic long list! Wow!
      Although not all of them are PPC, some are pay-per-ad-space-sold. Thank you very much!
      you are welcome
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    huge range
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    Does any of them offer withdrawals to Liberty Reserve or WebMoney ?
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by Johnnsonap View Post

      Does any of them offer withdrawals to Liberty Reserve or WebMoney ?
      i don't know about that
      i just use paypal
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    • Profile picture of the author Qadabra
      Originally Posted by Johnnsonap View Post

      Does any of them offer withdrawals to Liberty Reserve or WebMoney ?
      As a manager of a self-serve ad platform, I believe that almost none of them will allow these payment options.
      Open a PayPal account or ask for wire transfers to your current bank account.
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    great list thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author thedocwho
    Hi, can you tell me which of these networks offer payment options through Payza (AlertPay)?
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    • Profile picture of the author Qadabra
      I haven't heard of one that works with Payza yet. Most ad platforms work with PayPal or Wire transfer. Why not just open a PayPal account, you can do it in seconds and it's the easiest way to get paid.
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by thedocwho View Post

      Hi, can you tell me which of these networks offer payment options through Payza (AlertPay)?
      i don't know that use payza as payment system
      why not try to create paypal account?
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  • Profile picture of the author Denise Harland
    IMHO, chitika and infolinks are great alternatives for those who hate being adsense publishers.
    Their click pay is not too bad. Recently, adsense is getting suck as they banned publisher without appropriate reasons.
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    • Profile picture of the author Qadabra
      Originally Posted by Denise Harland View Post

      IMHO, chitika and infolinks are great alternatives for those who hate being adsense publishers.
      Their click pay is not too bad. Recently, adsense is getting suck as they banned publisher without appropriate reasons.
      Hey Denise,

      These are in fact great alternatives. I recently started working with Adsgadget, an ad network that launched this year, we've been seeing great results and conditions are great. In case you were still looking for alternatives

      Cheers!
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  • Profile picture of the author easternodyssey
    Hahahah i see these lits of add networks all the time. Persnally i would love it if someone could write a list instead either displaying the best paying advertisers or the estimated CPM or CPC rates. After doing web design for so long now i am sick of advertisers pay rates lower than the majority of street cleaners in most developing countries earn. Personally 1,000 impression and 39p is criminal.
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  • Profile picture of the author atSad141
    nice list, thanks for your great collection
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  • Profile picture of the author murphyslaw
    Thank you for this useful list. I'm gonna check each of them to see which will work for my site.
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  • Profile picture of the author jgwebmarketing
    There is also addynamo.com wich is working great. (Good support) But if you are not banned only use adsense
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by jgwebmarketing View Post

      There is also addynamo.com wich is working great. (Good support) But if you are not banned only use adsense
      i will give a try

      thanks
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    Thanx, these will be superb for my guide.
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  • Profile picture of the author tylerjaysen
    yeah this is a good list....however....as far as making money with adsense...or any of these....you have to ask yourself a question...

    ....and that is....how much money do I want to make?

    ...Adsense income is real..and some folks are killing it...but it ain't all roses and butterflies....it takes work to make a full time income...

    ...and adsense is the big player....simply because it is the content network..and tons of advertisers still use it...because google is the number one search engine.

    ..so I have discovered that in order to build a decent income via adsense....you have to either....

    ..build a shit load of smaller niche sites..that get ranked on page 1 for a bunch of terms..

    ...or...build a large authority site....that is built around niches that have a lot of searches...and where advertisers will pay more to have their ads shown on the content network....

    ...so like insurance....loans..credit...anything around finance and money....fitness...wellness....make money....etc..

    that way....when someone clicks on one of your adsense ads on your blog...you will get a higher dollar figure...or percentage....because the advertiser is paying more...
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  • Profile picture of the author tonecarole
    Consumers are always looking for great choices of Adsense. Thank you for discussing that pleasant along with valuable number.
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    I am surprised too that you omitted infolinks
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    thank for alternatives, my adsense banned twice week ago
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    Interesting and helpful list there. Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author jking1
    there is no other solution existed, that can become adsense alternative.
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by jking1 View Post

      there is no other solution existed, that can become adsense alternative.
      that's right bro
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  • Profile picture of the author ComputerChris
    Just wanted to chime in and recommend Value Click. I've always done pretty well with them.
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    • Profile picture of the author jking1
      Originally Posted by ComputerChris View Post

      Just wanted to chime in and recommend Value Click. I've always done pretty well with them.
      They do not accept any other publishers than U.S, its invalid for rest of the world
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    Great, thanks for your selfless share
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  • Great list to fall back on this, thanks for the share
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by Robert Montgomery View Post

      Great list to fall back on this, thanks for the share
      you are welcome
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    thank you ,dude
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  • Profile picture of the author antosco
    Thanks for the list they are very helpful adbrite is one of my favourite alternative to Google adsense.
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by antosco View Post

      Thanks for the list they are very helpful adbrite is one of my favourite alternative to Google adsense.
      i never got payment with adbrite, low income
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    • Have you tried adbrite? They are not bright...
      Completely useless and waste of time.
      Originally Posted by antosco View Post

      Thanks for the list they are very helpful adbrite is one of my favourite alternative to Google adsense.
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  • Profile picture of the author MyNiches
    Thanks for putting this together.

    I wonder if anyone's willing to share any intel on which niches may be best represented by advertisers on any given network? For example, is a particular alternative more popular amongst weightloss advertisers, or sports advertisers, etc. I wonder how people track this?

    As a publisher, it makes sense to spread things around a bit and if we can find which ad networks are best for which niches, perhaps we can ensure we're presenting our content with the ads that are going to have the most competitive bids from advertisers.
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by MyNiches View Post

      Thanks for putting this together.

      I wonder if anyone's willing to share any intel on which niches may be best represented by advertisers on any given network? For example, is a particular alternative more popular amongst weightloss advertisers, or sports advertisers, etc. I wonder how people track this?

      As a publisher, it makes sense to spread things around a bit and if we can find which ad networks are best for which niches, perhaps we can ensure we're presenting our content with the ads that are going to have the most competitive bids from advertisers.
      i will need that info too
      may be someone can share it
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    • Profile picture of the author TaoMarx
      Awesome!
      Just placed an ad at bidvertiser, now two business days...
      Really helpful your list, thank you.
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  • Profile picture of the author marketwarrior06
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    Thanks for sharing dude. Its very important nowadays. Because the number of ban accounts are increasing day by day in Adsense.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kenji
      How about someone come up with a list of CPA networks and do an honest comparison of it and please inform me to subscribe to it. Thanks.
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by marketwarrior06 View Post

      Thanks for sharing dude. Its very important nowadays. Because the number of ban accounts are increasing day by day in Adsense.
      yeah, that's right
      i got banned and not easy to get approved by google
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    Surveys? Puleeze!!!
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    using cliksor and loving t...
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  • Profile picture of the author doel82
    Thanks for the info guys, I happened to be looking for alternatives to Adsense..
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  • Profile picture of the author freeadstime
    what is the deal with media.net? heard it's combination of yahoo, bing and media.net itself. Please leave reviews if you have used it.
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by freeadstime View Post

      what is the deal with media.net? heard it's combination of yahoo, bing and media.net itself. Please leave reviews if you have used it.
      i have try this but need 2 weeks to get approved
      still waiting for this one
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  • Profile picture of the author apcpk
    thanks for the great list
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  • Profile picture of the author dronehawk
    Thank you for all those helpful stuff. Many newbies wonder where to venture once adsense disapproves them
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  • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
    Originally Posted by Brad Hodge View Post

    you know what you have done

    it is like searching for all day long and till than i i will not get output like this

    you did a great job

    Thumbs up
    Originally Posted by dronehawk View Post

    Thank you for all those helpful stuff. Many newbies wonder where to venture once adsense disapproves them
    Originally Posted by apcpk View Post

    thanks for the great list
    Originally Posted by RyanEagle View Post

    Great find.. thanks bamstk090!
    you are welcome guys
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  • The main AdSense alternative that I would recommend would be Microsoft's AdCenter. You get your ads shown on Bing and Yahoo, as well as all the publisher pages.

    I have actually had better success with some of my projects on there than AdSense.
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by WebmasterWorkforce View Post

      The main AdSense alternative that I would recommend would be Microsoft's AdCenter. You get your ads shown on Bing and Yahoo, as well as all the publisher pages.

      I have actually had better success with some of my projects on there than AdSense.
      yeah, same with me

      Originally Posted by hackmon View Post

      I have used Bidvertiser and AdBrite. AdBrite is good but most of its ads are for USA, Uk.
      adbrite not work for me
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  • Profile picture of the author singapito
    I guess you need a lot of traffic to be approved for those sites
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  • Profile picture of the author CyborgX
    Try shifting to affiliate marketing and you will love the life.
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  • Profile picture of the author gpwilson
    Thanks for sharing this awesome info with us.
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  • Profile picture of the author 32paul52
    I have user chitika in the past. Interesting thing to know is that you can use the WITH adsense on the same page- and yes its ok with Google TOS
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by 32paul52 View Post

      I have user chitika in the past. Interesting thing to know is that you can use the WITH adsense on the same page- and yes its ok with Google TOS
      that's right bro
      you can use that together
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  • Profile picture of the author MichealKennedy
    Oh wow, awesome list. There are probably a ton more, too. Which one pays out the best?
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by MichealKennedy View Post

      Oh wow, awesome list. There are probably a ton more, too. Which one pays out the best?
      try chikita, infolinks
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  • Profile picture of the author popcpm
    You can also add popcpm.com

    We have been online for almost a year and never have missed our on payments. We are a CPM company that is working with Doubleclick(Admeld AKA Google) as a brand advertiser so we are always upon to webmasters who have quality traffic.

    Check us out!
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by popcpm View Post

      You can also add popcpm.com

      We have been online for almost a year and never have missed our on payments. We are a CPM company that is working with Doubleclick(Admeld AKA Google) as a brand advertiser so we are always upon to webmasters who have quality traffic.

      Check us out!
      i will give a try of this :rolleyes:
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  • Profile picture of the author bayu791
    nice share,
    thanks for sharing
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  • Profile picture of the author bosspulsa
    Originally Posted by bamstk090 View Post

    Top 50 Ad Networks to Explore

    1. adbrite.com
    2. bidvertiser.com
    3. burstmedia.com
    4. advertising.com
    5. AdMob.com
    6. valueclickmedia.com
    7. tribalfusion.com
    8. chitika.com
    9. kontera.com
    10. 247realmedia.com
    11. fastclick.com
    12. clicksor.com
    13. vibrantmedia.com
    14. clickbooth.com
    15. collective.com
    16. marchex.com
    17. buysellads.com
    18. tattomedia.com
    19. QuattroWireless.com
    20. eyeblaster.com
    21. azoogleads.com
    22. 7search.com
    23. yume.com
    24. casalemedia.com
    25. specificmedia.com
    26. zestadz.com
    27. undertone.com
    28. contextweb.com
    29. adknowledge.com
    30. adify.com
    31. spotxchange.com
    32. adready.com
    33. cpxinteractive.com
    34. sportgenic.com
    35. traveladnetwork.com
    36. mobclix.com
    37. centro.net
    38. greystripe.com
    39. audiencescience.com
    40. tremormedia.com
    41. brightroll.com
    42. millennialmedia.com
    43. targetspot.com
    44. trafficmarketplace.com
    45. bluestreak.com
    46. adconion.com
    47. pulse360.com
    48. encirclemedia.com
    49. Jumptap.com
    50. premiumnetwork.com
    Thank Guy for sharing....

    In Indonesia...
    1.adsensecamp.com
    2.kliksaya.com
    3.kumpulblogger.com
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    • Profile picture of the author elvinkl
      thank you for your info
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  • Profile picture of the author RyanLow
    Thanks for the list bamstk090. Yuo can add Nuffnang to this list as well
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by bosspulsa View Post

      Thank Guy for sharing....

      In Indonesia...
      1.adsensecamp.com
      2.kliksaya.com
      3.kumpulblogger.com
      that's local pcc
      great

      Originally Posted by RyanLow View Post

      Thanks for the list bamstk090. Yuo can add Nuffnang to this list as well
      you are welcome
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  • Profile picture of the author ARealBiz
    Thanks for the long list of adsense alternatives. So far I still use Google Adsense as my passive income via autoblog sites.
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by ARealBiz View Post

      Thanks for the long list of adsense alternatives. So far I still use Google Adsense as my passive income via autoblog sites.
      so far,, i got banned cause use autoblog
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  • Profile picture of the author Threaver
    Its always a good idea not to put all of your eggs in one basket. Google does have a reputation for banning accounts for no reason. Some networks out there, because they are smaller, will be more lenient with publishers and not automatically ban accounts. Also, Autoblogs are accepted in a lot of the lesser know networks.
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  • Profile picture of the author sniger
    Thank you very much for the post. It generated good responses, I'm going to use Intellilinks and Clicksor.
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by sniger View Post

      Thank you very much for the post. It generated good responses, I'm going to use Intellilinks and Clicksor.
      you are welcome
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by elvinkl View Post

      thank you for your info
      Originally Posted by keenforum View Post

      good work from you and i want to give a best thanks
      you are welcome
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  • Profile picture of the author rain21
    but most of them pay very less
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by rain21 View Post

      but most of them pay very less
      yeah,, less than adsense
      but still work
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  • Profile picture of the author MathewMaso
    Thanks for the list, Im doing PPV right now but I'm planning to start PPC soon and this list is going to help!
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  • Profile picture of the author abeng
    i use chitika, but my question where of list adsense alternative that closely to adsense?
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  • Profile picture of the author bagusp
    wow..really comprehensive info.. thanks buddy
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by bagusp View Post

      wow..really comprehensive info.. thanks buddy
      you are welcome
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  • Profile picture of the author milly197
    Thank you for info, very useful, especially for newbeis
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  • Profile picture of the author manish55
    Outstanding & Perfect collection of Advertisers List...
    Thanks a lot!
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by manish55 View Post

      Outstanding & Perfect collection of Advertisers List...
      Thanks a lot!
      Originally Posted by milly197 View Post

      Thank you for info, very useful, especially for newbeis
      you are welcome
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  • Profile picture of the author charmloverocks
    many of ad network set minimum page views and unique visitor per day. They also check for alexa ranking before granting your application. Some also check if your contents are not violating copyright issue.

    I have been using bidvertiser and they are paying too low. They don't even consider enabling the bid options
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    thanks for the List man.
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by harshags View Post

      bidvertiser.com
      and chitika are good
      i like the chitika too

      Originally Posted by seofiate View Post

      thanks for the List man.
      you are welcome
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    adbrite is waste of time very low cpc
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  • Profile picture of the author Dong Lee
    Wow there's really a lot of Adsense Alternatives
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    Adsense is best because remembers your query searches and displays relative ads later on.
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  • Profile picture of the author refreshg
    hello guys, from this 50 Ad Networks wich is the best?
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  • Profile picture of the author nancyfromafrica
    yahoo and microsoft are idiots not entering the world wide ppc market else they would have made great money from ppc, adbrite is good i am using inolinks now
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    nancyfromafrica you mean INFOLINK yes? and how many targeted traffic you recive daily? (targeted)
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    Great post... thanks for the list.
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  • Profile picture of the author popcpm
    Popcpm.com should be added on it
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by popcpm View Post

      Popcpm.com should be added on it
      i will check that site

      Originally Posted by nancyfromafrica View Post

      yahoo and microsoft are idiots not entering the world wide ppc market else they would have made great money from ppc, adbrite is good i am using inolinks now
      they combine now to attack adsense
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  • Profile picture of the author MArkPrince
    thanks for sharing big help for my website
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    • Profile picture of the author bamstk090
      Originally Posted by MArkPrince View Post

      thanks for sharing big help for my website
      you are welcome
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    thank you man
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