Adsense Alternative?

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Does anyone have a viable Adsense alternative? I love Adsense and I am totally impressed but I believe in putting your eggs in different baskets. (I just cashed my first check. $7900!)I registered for the beta Yahoo program but they sent me an email saying that it is not yet ready. Ideas?

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quickregister wrote:
Does anyone have a viable Adsense alternative? I love Adsense and I am totally impressed but I believe in putting your eggs in different baskets. (I just cashed my first check. $7900!)I registered for the beta Yahoo program but they sent me an email saying that it is not yet ready. Ideas?

Thanks,

Matt


Hi Matt,

You may want to check out Allfeeds.com - I've been an affiliate publisher since December 2005, and have had good results with their services. In addition to contextual advertising, they have several other programs that you can use to monetize your websites, and a 'Google Backfill' program that you can use to replace AdSense PSAs. You can click on the link in my signature if you want more information.

HTH,
Sam
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Clicksor could be another option while Commission Junction Could be a bigger source for your commission based advertising.

you get paid when you generate a user to be a purchaser...

so far this is all I have
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The new Ad Master is up. They are a great service with a low $5.00 min payout. All payments made in USD through PayPal.

http://ad.universalwebmasters.net/?act=register
to make an account.
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I recently posted the thread "Adsense Alternatives"
on several marketing, webmaster type forums
including this one.

I have compiled and summarized all the results.
I hope everyone finds this helpful.
I sure learned plenty!

http://www.Chitika.com - This name always came up first but with
very mixed reviews.

http://www.CBsense.com - A clickbank adsense alternative

Yahoo YPN- Similar to Adsense but they do not accept many sites.

MSN (To come) Hopefully a worthy competitor to Google.

It was suggested that I use affiliate programs
in conjuntion with Adsense.

Here is an interesting article on this subject.

http://www.smartadsense.info/adsense-and-affiliate.html

http://www.azoogleads.com/
The largest performance-based advertising network
Looks very serious. I had one good testimonial
and no negative.
They do not take EU people though.

http://www.Allfeeds.com-
Has a program called Google Backfill.

It gives you an alternate url for your google adsense account which
will replace the public service ads displayed on your website
with targeted advertisements that look exactly the same as google.

It auto detects your colors and styles and automatically displays
the exact same way google does.

All you have to do is select a few keywords that are
revelant to your site, and it will display targeted
advertisements in place of the public service
ads automatically!

http://www.Bidvertiser.com -
Unlike Google's AdSense and Overture'
Content Match, where nor the advertiser and publisher have any
control of the advertisements' quality, pricing and timing.
Bidvertiser On-Site Bid Per Click offers website owners with
the ability to sell their ad space, automatically, to the highest
bidder, on a price-per-click basis, where the price is
mostly effected by the quality and popularity of their website.

http://www.Oxado.com is like adsense, it finds the best ads
by scanning the contents of your site.
Great support. Pays in Euros.

Here is a KILLER list provided by Nick Wilson
with explanations of each program.
http://performancing.com/node/60
Definitely bookmark this link!

http://www.Adbrite.com - I have used them as an advertiser
not as a publisher. They delivered clicks
and sales at a respectable levels.

One suggestion was just to sell my own
link advertising to individual advertisers.
Always a possibility to keep in mind.

IntelliTXT Programs-
http://www.vibrantmedia.com/
These type programs double underline
relevant keywords in your content.
When the reader moves his mouse over the
words a relevant ad is shown.

I hope you find these suggestions helpful in
monetizing your websites.

Matt
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Those posted above are the best google alternatives one can use right now. If your site is really getting high traffic you can also use affiliate programs. The problem is if your website is just starting. It is hard to get into any of those alternatives if your site is not performing. You need to get more visitors to your site before they accept you. Another problem is that most of them are not accepting publishers from all countries. So if you're not in those categories try searching for other options. Don't feel bad though, there will always be another way.
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I made a blog post about adsense alternatives
They are the only ones i would use. I think it's important to go with someone established and truusted.
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Try click-share.com. I'm impressed, i've been working with them for about 3 months and i like their CPC and i have no complains. I'm more than satisfied
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I too have heard good news from publishers using click-share and bidvertiser.
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most of the users of alternative-of-google only use less than 1 year. Is there any users used the alternative-of-google for more than 1 year and get satisfied result compared to google adsense ?
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i am using bidvetiser for 2 months and so far no complain, i am waiting the check to be delivered, when it arrived, i will update to all of you to see can the bidvetiser can deliver or not
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yo quickregister 7800 $ is a lot of cash, i am curious to what your results are now with the other programs you mentioned.
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deejay wrote:
yo quickregister 7800 $ is a lot of cash, i am curious to what your results are now with the other programs you mentioned.


i felt the same as you, but it just better not to put all your eggs in one basket. Even google adsense is always the best but we still need to try all the list above and see the comparison.

i already try CJ, and right now still in learning progress on how to increase my income from CJ program.
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i think adbrite.com is the best text ads on net.
I wiil put adbrite soon on my site.
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Ok I would suggest staying with Adsense but move them to thier own incorporation. So they are seperate entities. You get a new tax id number that you use for adsense so its completly legal, costs anywhere from 300-600 but thats a small price to pay to keep your money safe.....
But thats just my .02
I have tried most of them listed above but they have not given me as much as google....
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malaysiamanufac wrote:
i am using bidvetiser for 2 months and so far no complain, i am waiting the check to be delivered, when it arrived, i will update to all of you to see can the bidvetiser can deliver or not



How do you think is bidvertiser?

Run good?

Payout decent?
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melchiah wrote:
Those posted above are the best google alternatives one can use right now. If your site is really getting high traffic you can also use affiliate programs. The problem is if your website is just starting. It is hard to get into any of those alternatives if your site is not performing. You need to get more visitors to your site before they accept you. Another problem is that most of them are not accepting publishers from all countries. So if you're not in those categories try searching for other options. Don't feel bad though, there will always be another way.




Good.... this post is what I was looking for, I will check these programs then.
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A PPC networking list:
http://webmaster.helpisland.com/
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I vote for clicksor ! it is a good alternative for adsense
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Adbrite, Adenage, Chitika.

There is also alot of CPM and CPA ad & affiliate networks at http://www.affiliateseeking.com just incase you want to look into that area of the affiliate marketing industry aswell.

Clicksor, which I have had bad experiences with, but others has had some good experiences as far as I have heard.
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yahoo has a similar contextual ads program but it may still be in beta but I know some people have been accepted and started using it
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jesse1 wrote:
yahoo has a similar contextual ads program but it may still be in beta but I know some people have been accepted and started using it


Yes, YPN is still in beta and has been for some time now. I have a feeling that it's never going to come out of beta at this rate.
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john5269 wrote:
jesse1 wrote:
yahoo has a similar contextual ads program but it may still be in beta but I know some people have been accepted and started using it


Yes, YPN is still in beta and has been for some time now. I have a feeling that it's never going to come out of beta at this rate.


How about MSN PPC's content match? Is it still at beta too?
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I think even it is at beta stage.

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