Note: I am continually updating this list with all the new monetization methods that I use as an AdSense alternative. So bookmark this page and keep coming back to learn about more new blog monetization programs.
Many of you might not have heard of AdsOptimal but you should. This ad network is online since 2013 & quite popular among bloggers for AdSense alternative. One of the most common complaint among bloggers are, other alternatives doesn’t pay as good as AdSense.
With AdsOptimal you don’t need to worry about that as the ads they show is of high quality & if you have a blog with good traffic, you would end up minting great money from your blog. Getting started is easy & if you have a premium blog, you will get additional $5 for integrating the ad on those site.
added all of my blogs & claimed additional bonus. Easy money! You should signup & implement AdsOptimal before this extra signup bonus is gone.
Sign up for AdsOptimal
Media.net is the best alternative to AdSense in terms of ad types.
Media.net is a contextual ad network by Yahoo! and Bing, and it offers high-paying ads. Moreover, the ad types involved are similar to AdSense, and if you have a quality blog, you are more likely to get Media.net approval in no time.
You can check out the review of Media.net here and create a free account here.
Seeing an Amazon advertisement program listed as an “AdSense alternative” might be little surprising for many, but in 2016 they are one of the most popular choices among bloggers for site monetization.
Until recently, it was only the Amazon Affiliate program, but with Amazon Native Shopping Ads & CPM based ads, they are a great choice for users who are looking for something other than AdSense.
In my opinion, the Amazon display program is ideal for those who have US & EU traffic. Native Ads in particular is a bit like affiliate marketing on steroids.
You can learn all about it here.
Infolinks is an in-text link ad network that has been a profitable blog monetization network for many publishers.
Infolinks offers various types of advertisements that you can place on your blog, but the most popular one is an in-text ad unit, followed closely by an in-frame ad unit.
It does not offer contextual ads like Google AdSense, but as an alternative to AdSense, Infolinks is highly recommended.
You can use other ad networks with it to increase your blog’s revenue.
Signing up for Infolinks is easy, and they have a low minimum payment threshold.
Create a free account on Infolinks
Adversal offers features similar to Superlinks, but you need to have monthly page-views of 50,000 to apply.
Minimum payout is $20, and after 35 days, you get paid at the end of the month.
Payment modes are PayPal, wire transfer, and ACH. It takes 3-4 days to get your application approved.
I suggest that you apply for both Superlinks and Adversal. Superlinks ads will pay more, but it is also good to have another alternative option.
These are just some of the best and most popular alternatives to AdSense.
If your AdSense account is disabled, the best way to cover the lost AdsSense earnings potential is by using a combination of two or more ad networks. (For example: using Infolinks or Viglink along with contextual ads.)