How many times have you applied for AdSense account and got rejected? It could be several times or more. Maybe, you are still struggling to get approved by AdSense.
If you have recently failed to get Google adsense approval for your website or blog, then don’t get frustrated there are several Google Adsense Alternatives that you can employ on your website.
Most of the new bloggers apply for AdSense many times and become disappointed after getting rejected by AdSense. But AdSense is not the only advertising network for publishers. There are a lot of ad networks that share a decent amount of revenue to their publisher.
I know how frustrated you would be as same happened with me when I get rejected for the first time. First, you came with an awesome plan and created a niche website. You worked several weeks to create a bunch of well researched and quality content. After submitting your website to Google AdSense, you get excited and wait for getting approval. Your excitement reach at peak and you feel a big relief when you read email with subject line “Your AdSense application status” and the first sentence as “Thank you for your interest in Google AdSense.” But get shocked with second sentence, “Unfortunately, after reviewing your application, we’re unable to accept you into AdSense at this time.”
At first you feel disappointed but you give it second chance by following several recommendations over web.
Some common checks are:
About us page
Adding your email within content
Original and long Content
Simple design and readable content
And now you apply for it again and yet you fail to get approval. This is frustrating and your dreams of making money with your free content website starts fading away. This is frustrating as google do not give any suggestion what need to do. They simple reject your application and claim that they keep the right to not disclose reasons to reject your application.
This is a one painful story if same happened with you. Though, this is not shattering of your dreams but your pathway to know better alternatives for making money from your website.
Google Adsense might be your first choice but trust me there are several big players which can pay same or higher than Google as well.
Instead of crying or bashing Google in multiple forums (actually, this is a very bad idea), remember the world is not over yet, and there are plenty of alternatives out there to try. Google was just your first one, and you failed.
If you are using Google Adsense; you might be interested in reading this article as Google adsense do not allow any other alternative.
Whatever your reasons, you’ll be happy to know that there are plenty of fantastic options available for you to consider.
Bidvertiser is the most efficient AdSense alternative if your website didnt get Adsense approval. Where it’s working is a little bit different from Adsense but it will do wonders if you stay longer. While Adsense ads are based on content or someone’s search interest, Bidvertiser creates a bidding system that allows the highest bidder to advertise on your blog. It takes some time to get your site found by highest bidders in Bidvertiser platform. So staying longer is the key of success.
BidVertiser pays you for clicks and impressions. It offers a referral program as well which pays for referrals of both advertisers and publishers. One of its bonus features is that it provide an extra income if your website clicks converts to a lead.
Bidvertiser offers banner ads and popup/slider ads. I am using Banner ads as pop up and slider ads are very annoying and it frustrates your visitors.
Bidvertiser’s banner ads has a wide range of formats, which includes 728×90 Leaderboard, 468×60 Full Banner, 160×600 Wide Skyscraper, 120×600 Skyscraper, 300×250 Medium Rectangle, 336×280 Large rectangle and pop up sliders (not recommended).
The above formats allow you to put the Bidvertiser ads on the best visible places on your blogs to get more clicks to increase your ad revenue. Here is one example how it looks on one of my website.
How to Set up Bidvertiser Ads on WordPress:
It can be easily set up by using their widget. Download the plugin and follow instructions on this page.
They pay publishers 30 days after a month ends.
Payment is by PayPal or check.
The payment threshold is $10 for PayPal, and $100 for checks.
Infolinks offers a number of monetization offers that is not easily seen on its competitors. The most popular of all is an intext ad option that displays ads on your text. Selected words on your page are selected and either double underlined or dotted underlined. When a visitor hover a mouse over the text link, an ad will pop up for the visitor to view. These ads can appear a little spammy and get a little annoying when you accidentally move your cursor over a link. They do allow you to limit the number on a page, though.
Chitika is also one of the popular Google AdSense alternatives among bloggers. You need not get approval for using Chitika ads on your site. That means you can monetize your low traffic site with Chitika. Just create an account and put ads on your site.
There are 3 types of Chitika ads. They are as follows:
Search Targeted Ads
Its PPC rates aren’t as good as AdSense.
Since the Chitika ads are search targeted, they work best with websites that get most of their traffic from search engines. Visitors that arrive at your site by other channels are displayed generic ads loosely based on your site’s title and keywords. If the majority of your traffic is from links or type-ins you may want to look at other AdSense alternatives.
Last but not the least, if you want to make your blogging as your primary source of income, direct advertising is the answer for you. It is one of the excellent AdSense alternatives. Most of the full time bloggers relies upon direct advertising to earn their monthly income. If you have enough readers or a good online reputation for your blog, you can attract a lot of advertisers who can pay you a lot than above options.
For getting direct advertisers, you need to create an advertising page on your blog. You should share website traffic details, advertising options with prices and mode of payment on the advertising page. You can make money selling text ads, banners ads and through paid reviews, etc. on your blog.
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