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9 Best Alternatives of Google Adsense 2020


Google Adsense is a popular tool for making money online through your website or blog through adverts, but it’s not the only choice out there. 
Adsense is Google's Property and monetize your website traffic with Google adsense is very best choice but you have to qualify series of verification of your website by google Expert, Makes its more difficult to approve it in google adsense program.


But Dont Worry, There are lots of AdSense alternatives you might want to check out.

What is Google Adsense?

If you weren’t aware, Adsense is an advertising program operated by Google. Launched in 2003, it is one of the most popular advertisement networks online for bloggers and webmasters looking to monetize their websites.


Best Google AdSense Alternatives

Let’s take a look at some of these Google AdSense alternatives to find out more about how you can further monetize your website or blog
1) Adsterra
2) Propeller Ads
3) AdCash
4) PopAds
5) Popcash
6) BuySellAd
7) Bidvertiser
8) Infolink
9) MediaNet



1) Adsterra


Adsterra offers great advertising options for both publishers and advertisers, allowing them to try a different approach that doesn’t rely on Google.

It’s a fast-growing and well-respected network, creating over 10 billion impressions per month. With its user-friendly platform, Adsterra makes it incredibly easy to monetize your website traffic, which is why it’s one of the world’s leading digital advertising companies.

2) Propeller Ads


PropellerAds is a large ad network that specializes in pop-under ads but also provides standard banner ads, on-click ads, and in-banner video ads. They also have sliders, sponsored links and other ad formats available for publishers.

If your website is in one of the following niches, you will want to check them out: Games, entertainment, movies, dating, finances, software or gambling.

They also have a great ad fill rate for tier 2 and 3 countries. So if you have site visitors from India, South Africa or Singapore, you should give this AdSense alternative a try.

3) AdCash


Adcash is a global self-serve online advertising platform for media buyers, affiliates, ad networks and publishers.

 Adcash was named “one of the biggest and hottest startups in Estonia” by Arcticstartup.com in 2013. It is also ranked 46th on theAlexa Top 500 Sites on the Web, and 22 on their Top 500 Sites in France.

As the name suggests,PopAds specialize in delivering popunder adverts, claiming to be the best-paying advertising network for this type of ad.

Their network includes advertisers from more than 50 countries, and they offer a referral scheme for both advertisers and publishers. There are lots of targeting options to allow you to improve your campaigns, and you have full control of what you want to pay.

It uses a state-of-the-art bidding system that allows you to choose how much you want to pay for each popunder. The lower the bid, the less traffic you’ll get. All publisher sites are reviewed by humans to ensure that they meet certain quality measures.

5) Popcash


PopCash is a popunder ad network offering worldwide coverage. They are known to be a fast approval network that takes 1 to 12 hour to approve a site.

They promote safe and clean ad to keep publishers’ websites clean and fraud-free. The integration system for PopCash is the same as the AdSense — publishers start by placing a code to their website.

PopCash’s payment system is quite fast. They process payment daily with a minimum threshold of $10. And they support payment via Paypal, Paxum, Skrill, and wire transfer.

6) BuySellAd


BuySellAds sells a niche audience and advertising space to the right advertisers.

When publishers submit a site to BuySellAds for approval they look at your PageRank, Alexa score, inbound link count and other metrics to determine your site’s overall quality. They only accept high-quality sites.

BuySellAds supports many ad types, including background takeovers, display, email newsletters, RSS feed ads, image plus text, text ads etc. They pay publishers 75% of the revenue your ad space brings in. BuySellAds only accepts English language sites. Publishers also need to have a minimum of 100,000 page views per month.

7) Bidvertiser


Bidvertiser pays you on both clicks and conversions, potentially improving the publisher’s earning from the site.

Text ads, banner ads, mobile ads and slider ads are available. They offer publishers a point-and-click ad builder tool that helps you to customize the ads to fit the look and feel of your site. They pay monthly by check, wire, PayPal, and Bitcoing. The current minimum payout is only $10 for Paypal, $100 for Check, and $500 for Bank Wire.

One downside to BidVertiser is that they use an advertiser bidding system. Each advertiser bids ad placement and what sites their ads appear on. So, it may take some time for advertisers to find your site in the BidVertiser network and start bidding on your ad spots.

8) Infolink


Infolinks indexes your pages to determine the best ads to display. Several types of ads are available to publishers for use on their sites.

The main ad type Infolinks provides is their in-text ad links. A few words on your page are selected and either double underlined or dotted underlined. When a visitor scrolls over one of the words, a pops up containing an ad relevant to the word appears.

They also have an ad block called related tags. These are very similar in look to AdSense horizontal link blocks. A tag cloud ad block is available for your use if you feel it would be suitable for your site’s layout

9) MediaNet


Media.net offers publishers several ad styles — display ads, search ads, and mobile ads. They have access to content-driven advertisers who are looking for contextual targeting. They were the first one to come up with server-to-server header bidding, allowing publishers maximize revenue via header bidding without having to risk increased page latency.

They are the direct AdSense competitor. But, be aware that they are known for suspending accounts and not stating the reason. So, if you use them, read all the rules and be careful to follow them.

Possible roadblock: Media.net needs to approve each site you want to place ads on. And they’re a little strict on what sites they approve.

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