Top 50 Google Adsense Alternatives for Bloggers

This post about Google adsense alternatives was supposed to be my next post after I published the one about how my account was banned ID-10068604 but, due to some unexpected circumstances that occurred on the blog last time, I was unable to write it.

In case you don’t know, my Google adsense account was disabled some weeks ago for no good reason at all, it was just like you passing through a street and someone suddenly comes up and slaps you without giving you any good reason for his action, what will be your reaction to that? In my humble opinion, it’s either the person is mad or he is a bully.

That was exactly what Google is doing to many bloggers/publishers today. When I got that email from them, I wrote a post about it so that my readers will tell me what they think and probably, give me some good Google adsense alternatives. Now, just as I expected, that post raised some interesting discussion that made me to write more on it.

Most of you suggested that there are no other Google adsense alternatives out there, that they are still the best while, others gave me some really good substitutes and I finally went and conducted my own research too. I have no doubt however that Google is the best contextual advertising program out there but, during my research, I was able to come up with some Google adsense alternatives that is really interesting and is worth your trial.

Some of the companies I will mention here were suggested to me by you guys, while I dogged up the others myself. So, let’s stop the long story for now and get to the main business right? Let’s go.

Top 50 Google Adsense Alternatives.

1. Infolinks


Infolinks was the very first Google adsense alternative that was recommended to me when Google slapped me. It was my friend Babanature that first told me about them, I now went and created an account with them immediately and by the grace of God, they approved me.

The way infolinks works is simply by scanning your content in real-time and double underlining your most valuable keywords. This creates an intelligent, interactive atmosphere where users connect with relevant brand messages and click to learn more. Infolinks balances relevancy and payouts to keep your content clean and your earnings flowing. Maintain complete control over the look and feel of your site by fully customizing the appearance and volume of In-Text ads on your pages.

From my research, infolinks is a very good adsense alternative. Just like adsense, you can use them on all of your sites once they approve you but, the only different is that you will have to add the other sites one by one and they will check them to see if they meet up their requirements. I suggest you go through their site to learn more. Sign up with Infolinks Here


2. Skimlinks:


I heard about skimlinks from Spencer Haws of nichepursuits.com who happens to be one of Google adsense victim. Skimlinks We’ll do your affiliate marketing for you – turning links and keywords in your text into their equivalent affiliate links, leaving you free to write and focus on your site. Skimlinks is so seamless; your readers won’t feel distracted: no advertising, no banners, just simple relevant links to retailers they love.

No matter what your niche – they’ve got you covered. From fishing to fashion, technology to travel, you can earn through an amazing 17,000+ different online retailers through Skimlinks.


Join us and you’ll get instant access to earn from them all! They also have an array of tools to help you do more: SkimRSS helps you earn even when your content is distributed via RSS; and SkimShortener boosts your revenues even when you publish content via email, Twitter or Facebook. Now, isn’t that awesome? I’ve not created an account with them yet, but I will. Sign up with them here


3. Kontera:


Kontera was another Google adsense alternative that my friend King Babajide told me about when I reached out to him. Babajide was also a victim of Google’s injustice. Kontera provides publishers with incremental advertising revenues from their mobile or PC web pages.

Kontera specializes in bringing highly relevant content and information from brands, and as a result their ads are often viewed as native ads that are least disruptive to the consumer experience. They provide content-powered display offerings, as well as their in-content product family (in-text and and in-image), and their unique suite of mobile monetization products.

Join Kontera’s Content Syndication Program to feature your sites’ content in premium placements across the digital eco-system and in association with the top global brands.  Kontera’s Content Activation Platform powers the Content Syndication Program, which features previews of your content in likely to convert placements in mobile, web and social contexts.

If you’re still looking for good Google adsnese alternatives then, you must give Kontera a shot. I’ve heard a lot of good stuffs about them. Publishers benefit from additional exposure and incremental traffic without any additional effort. Sign up with them here


4. Media.net


It was at Johnchow.com that I first heard of media.net last year. I quickly went and applied for their contextual advertising program and they rejected me, why? Because I was just starting then and they have some requirements your site must meet before you’re qualified. Since its founding, Media.net has constantly broken new ground in building innovative contextual advertising solutions. Media.net powers the Yahoo! Bing Network Contextual Ads program.

Media.net exclusively manages technology, business operations and relationships with respect to publishers worldwide for this program. Today, Media.net is a leading global contextual advertising company that provides a wide range of advertising and traffic monetization solutions to a substantial and diversified client base.

With more than 400 employees, Media.net has one of the largest teams worldwide building a global contextual advertising business. The way they do their own is that you’ll have to first request an invite from them, if they go through your site and found it worthy of running their program, they will now invite you. Click here to request an invite from Media.net


5. Chitika


Chitika was the very second contextual advertising network I signed up with while I was waiting for Google to approve my adsense account last year. But, to be frank with you, I stopped using them because I didn’t like the way they operate as of then. I hope they’ve improved now.

Chitika’s network of over 250,000 publishers leverage its targeting and optimization technology – a delicate blend of “Art + Science”- to deliver intent driven ads to the right user, at the right time and in the right place. High quality search-targeted, local and mobile ads are drawn from an extensive network of advertiser partners including; Yahoo!, Superpages, yellowbook and ServiceMagic, among others.

Chitika ads perform on their own but can also generate additional revenue when used alongside other ad types and services. Publishers of all sizes and demographics are increasing earnings with Chitika ads. Find out which type of Chitika account is right for you and get started today. Follow this link to sign up with them.


6. we can always get back on track:


I have also heard about clicksor, but not much. Clicksor offers webmasters the opportunity to earn additional income by simply incorporating a selection of clickable text or displaying targeted contextual advertising banners on their websites or blogs. Place our ads along with other networks to get 100% fill rate for your site.

You can even set minimum prices for CPV, CPC, CPM, and CPI ads. If the minimum price of your ads is not met, your default ads are put up instead to ensure that you are still making the money that you deserve. Click here to sign up with Clicksor.


7. Bidvertiser:



I hope you no longer have any doubt about if there exist other Google adsense alternatives. Bidvertiser is another program most people are talking about. Join BidVertiser now and we will turn your advertising space into cash! Simply display the BidVertiser ads on your website and let advertisers bid against each other.

                                    We will always display the highest bidders to maximize your revenue so you will make more money!

You get paid for every visitor that clicks on an ad, and extra revenue if the click turns into conversion. Our goal is to enable you to make as much as possible from your advertising space, by letting advertisers bid on your ad space. We pay monthly, either by check, wire or instantly through PayPal with a minimum of only $10. Follow this link to Join Bidvertiser for free.


Other Google Adsense Alternatives

8. adbrite.com

9. burstmedia.com

10. advertising.com

11. AdMob.com

12. valueclickmedia.com

13. tribalfusion.com

14. 247realmedia.com

15. fastclick.com

16. vibrantmedia.com

17. clickbooth.com

18. collective.com

19. marchex.com

20. buysellads.com

21. tattomedia.com

22. QuattroWireless.com

23. eyeblaster.com

24. azoogleads.com

25. 7search.com

26. yume.com

27. casalemedia.com

28. specificmedia.com

29. zestadz.com

30. undertone.com

31. contextweb.com

32. adknowledge.com

33. adify.com

34. spotxchange.com

35. adready.com

36. cpxinteractive.com

37. sportgenic.com

38. traveladnetwork.com

39. mobclix.com

40. centro.net

41. greystripe.com

42. audiencescience.com

43. tremormedia.com

44. brightroll.com

45. millennialmedia.com

46. targetspot.com

47. trafficmarketplace.com

48. bluestreak.com

49. adconion.com

50. pulse360.com

51. encirclemedia.com

52. Jumptap.com

53. premiumnetwork.com  

As you can see, they are many and more Google adsense alternatives out there that people don’t know. I was unable to explain all the other sites here because the post is already long so, I’ll advice you take your time to check them out. We should always have a substitute in whatever we’re doing in case of unforeseen circumstances.

Google can wake up one morning and send you the kind of email they sent me, and if that happens, you will always have something to fall back on.

Finally, to all those that Google has slapped too, don’t worry, we can always get back on track somehow, all we have to do is clean the slap and keep moving, don’t even ask him why because, he won’t tell you.

It might also interest you to know that they finally rejected my appeal.So, I will try the suggestion that my good friends Harleena Singh, Chadrack Irobogo and Emmanuel and some other people gave me. That is by using another email to create another adsense account.  

Thanks for reading this far. Now, over to you. Have you heard of any/all the companies I mentioned here? Do you know of any other good Google adsense alternative that is good?

Please share with us. Don’t forget to tweet and share this post with your loved ones, they might also be looking for such information.

Theodore Nwangene

Theodore Nwangene is a full time Blogger and Freelance writer. He is the founder of many businesses among which is Top Blogging Coach where he teaches young and would be Entrepreneurs how to create a lasting Internet Business and quit their daily work. Visit his blog and learn many ways you can improve your blogging experience. Connect with him on Twitter and on Facebook.

Harleena Singh - April 25, 2013

Hi Theodore,

Awesome post about the wonderful alternatives to Google Adsense – I guess we all need to bookmark this page for future reference. 🙂

Honestly speaking, I never really knew that there were so many alternatives! Yes, I’ve heard about only a few, and also long back tried out infolinks, and Kontera. But that was when my blogs were on Bloggers blog, and they worked well there. I switched to keeping only Google Adense presently as the others didn’t seem to work all that well on WordPress. Perhaps that might be just with me, so I can’t really say.

Nevertheless, I guess we need to check out the others you mentioned in this post. And thanks so much for the mention – I guess trying Google Adsense through a new account might work for you, and I wish you the best with it too.

Thanks for sharing this wonderful alternative list with all of us. Have a nice week ahead 🙂

    Theodore Nwangene - April 26, 2013

    Thanks Harleena,
    There are really some wonderful alternatives to adsense out there, its just that you won’t know them until you start asking questions and research. Yea, I’m working on creating another adsense account ASAP. Thanks for bringing it up.

    You’re really worth more than just my mention Harleena, wish i could do more. Thanks for your comment.

      John Gibb - April 26, 2013

      hi Theo,

      it looks like you’ve spent some time here creating this valuable adense alternatives list, congrats!

      regarding applying for a second/another AdSense account, I know that they won’t allow a new account with the same payee name, so you might change that, not just the email.

      by the way, my partner (Codrut) is trying to contact you, but the web form on the contact page is not loading… could you double check, or where can we email you?

        Theodore Nwangene - April 28, 2013

        Sorry for my late reply John,
        I’ve been so busy lately. I think the form is working fine now, i got an email from him which I’ve also replied. I know Codrut, but i never knew he’s your partner, that’s so awesome.

        Thanks for telling me about the payee name thing, i will have to also change that.

        Thanks for visiting my site.

Siegfried - April 25, 2013

there is quite a lot programs out there, unfortunately I’ve heard adsense is the best. I am looking forward to see how alternatives are working for you.
my plan is to reapply for buysellads.com once I grow strong – atm I am to small 😉
best regards!

    Theodore Nwangene - April 26, 2013

    Rome was not built in a day Siegfried,
    As time goes one, your blog will certainly grow. Yea, i also know that adsense is the best but, don’t depend much on them. Thanks for coming.

Teepu - April 25, 2013

WOW! I didn’t expect there were so MANY alternatives to adsense. This post is quite englightening and unexpected. Thanks for the great share in Bizsugar!

Babanature - April 25, 2013

Hello Theodore,
You really roll out some awesome alternatives here. I also agree that infolinks is the best number one alternative to Google adsense. I also do like clicsor but for now, infolinks is the best because of the easy payment threshold and high earnings. Thanks

Enstine Muki - April 25, 2013

Hi Bro,
What a wonderful list. I never thought there were so many that compete with Google adsense.

BTW, what’s your experience with infolink so far? is it worth it?

    Theodore Nwangene - April 26, 2013

    Thanks Enstine,
    Yeap, Info is really trying. But i won’t be so sure for now. Just keeping my fingers crossed. Thanks for coming.

Adrienne - April 25, 2013

That’s quite a list Theodore. I know you were dead set on finding an alternative to Adsense so you definitely achieved that.

Now I’ve heard of 1, 2, 3 and 5 but none of the others. As you know I don’t use Adsense myself either but I use to. Back when it was big ya know but I had a lot of affiliate sites at that time.

Hope your other appeal works but if it doesn’t, move on. I’m sure one of these will work just fine for you and won’t be as strict. Hey, Google doesn’t rule everything you know!


    Theodore Nwangene - April 26, 2013

    Definitely Adrienne,
    They don’t and cannot rule everything of cause. They’ve already rejected my appeal so, I’m moving on as you said. I’m planning to focus more on affiliate marketing now because i know its better than Google.

    I really appreciate your reading and sharing your wonderful thoughts with us, thanks and enjoy your weekend.

Oluwaseun Babajide - April 26, 2013

When you apply for different account, try not to use the same computer. Use different IP and address.
Good luck.

Michael Belk - April 26, 2013

Theodore those are some good options. I have tried some of them and I had relative decent luck with skimlinks in the beginning.

I think what makes Adsense so attractive is because it is so easy.

I am glad you found something that is working for you. thanks for sharing this information.

Dan Black - April 26, 2013

Thank you for writing this post and sharing it with us. I use Google Adsense and have been wanting to find other income sources I can use.

Ambika Choudhary Mahajan - April 26, 2013

That is a really well written post tat brings out the pros and cons of each of the Google adsense alternatives. At a time when Google is disabling hundreds of adsense accounts every day, every blogger and internet marketer will have to think of other sources of income to sustain himself.
I am bookmarking this article! 🙂
Thanks for the share!

    Theodore Nwangene - April 28, 2013

    That’s so kind of you Ambika,
    I really appreciate you taking your time to visit my blog today. Google is really getting on my people’s nerves for no tangible reason and, its better we start preparing something to fall back on if anything happens.

    You could wake up one day and discover that they’ve disabled your account just as they did mine.

    Thanks for the visit Ambika, hope to see you again.

Satish - April 26, 2013

Godness me! Look at that list! How many days did it took to make this massive list of Google adsense alternatives? I appreciate your good work to provide valuable info Theodore. Keep it going! 🙂

    Theodore Nwangene - April 28, 2013

    Hi Satish,
    Thanks for visiting my blog. I started digging up those lists immediately my adsense account was disabled, i had no other choice than to look for alternatives.

    I really appreciate your kind words bro. Thanks, hopping to see you here more often.

Koj Tajo - April 26, 2013

OH My God Bro. I never knew that alternatives for Google Adsense has this strong list. Well Bro, I appreciate the effort to find out this Dragon List. 🙂 and then, you are doing wonderful for all other fellow bloggers. You have been hurt by Google for no fault of yours. But, yet your approach is so so good for the blogging community. More the hindrance tries to pull you down, the more stronger, you are rising up.
Anyways Have a wonderful and productive Weekend ahead Bro.

    Theodore Nwangene - April 28, 2013

    That’s an amazing inspirating words Koj,
    You just made my day. I had to dig out those alternatives. You know what they say that necessity is the mother of invention? That’s exactly what is happening here now bro.

    More the hindrance tries to pull you down, the more stronger, you are rising up, I love that bro. Thanks for coming and have a fabulous week also.

Sarvesh Darak - April 27, 2013


Wow great list of adsense alternatives, We should not depend on adsense as the first income resource. So we must use other ad networks and affiliate marketing will also be a good choice to earn some good passive income.

Thanks for the huge resource of adsense alternatives.

    Theodore Nwangene - April 28, 2013

    Thanks a lot for the compliment Sarvesh,
    There are still a lot more alternatives out there so, we really have to look out for them in case of any unforeseen circumstance.

    Thanks a lot for coming.

Jennifer Cunningham - April 28, 2013

This is a good resource. It gives us a lot of choices. Thanks for the time invested to give us such a good list. And the pictures make it real easy on my eyes as I read on my mobile device. Thanks.

    Theodore Nwangene - April 28, 2013

    Hi Jennifer,
    Glad to have you on my site today, I’m also happy you like the post. Thanks a lot for visiting, hopping to see you often.

Vipul Jain - April 28, 2013

Thats some thing amazing to get alternative of google adsense. Even though google adsense is best for earning but its terms and condition can’t be handeled by everyone.I think media.net is good one that you have mentioned also.I didn’t know much more about other adsense providers but after reading this I get to know about all.Thanks for sharing with us.

    Theodore Nwangene - April 28, 2013

    Hi Vipul,
    Thanks a lot for visiting my blog and leaving this awesome comment. I can’t doubt you that Adsense is the best in terms of earning but, they are very strict, thats what i don’t like about them.

    Thanks for coming man, hope to see you again.

Aman Bansal - April 28, 2013

You have mentioned so nicely about the alternatives of google adsense.But there is no competition of google adsense.It is the hub of internet.I think its best. 🙂

    Theodore Nwangene - April 28, 2013

    Of cause Aman,
    I quite agree with you on that, but then, when the desirable is not available, the available becomes desirable. Thanks a lot for visiting my site.

Pamela - April 28, 2013

Hi Theodore, this is Pamela from Infolinks. Thanks for including us on this list of AdSense alternatives. This is a really hot topic right now. Infolinks is indeed a great AdSense alternative and what some readers may not know is it’s a fantastic AdSense complement as well for those looking to earn even more. Happy blogging and keep up the good work!

    Theodore Nwangene - April 28, 2013

    Thanks a lot Pamela,
    I’m really glad to have you here indeed. I’m just hoping that Infolinks will really replace my disabled adsense. Thanks for coming.

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wilson - May 1, 2013

wow! these are really coool alternatives. but no doubt that Google adsense is still the best so far.

Thanks for sharing these tips sir. Do have a great weekend.

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Temilola Globalwalyy - May 3, 2013

Hello Theo,
Google adsense is just like a crazy dog, they are good to keep for security, and they might also come back to hunt the owner if proper care is not taken…

Wow, You must have burn some calories with your sleepless night trying to make the Adsense alternative list total complete :D…. Thanks for that…..
Come to think of it, are you really sure having a new adsense account with just a new email address will keep safe??
Yes google banned website ownner and not the website, which means u can still get an approve account, but if you really dont wanna get approve today and get baned the following day, all your account information need to be changed….
Warm Reg:)rd

    Theodore Nwangene - May 4, 2013

    Great points Tami,
    Thanks a lot for stopping by man. I really value your comment. I will pay you a visit later. BTW: I tried adding you to facebook but it seems the name you gave me is not correct. Maybe you should send me your real name or just add me with… Nwangene Theodore

Greg Nunan - May 3, 2013

Hi Theodore. Very comprehensive post. I started out with Adsense and still use it across many of my sites. The issue with most alternatives seems to be that the ineveitably earn less revenue. Because of this, I have been experimenting with other forms of monetization. One that I have had great success with is adding banner advertising to one of my sites. It has resulted in a jump from $300 per month to well over $1000 per month now. I think diversity is very important and if I hadn’t have tried something different, I’d be making $700 less per month – ouch! I cover this all in my income reports.

Shelli - May 5, 2013

I like it when people get together and share views. Great website, continue the
good work!

Mark - May 7, 2013

Hey! thanks for this article. I was recently rejected by adsense. So, I’m planning to apply for chitika or bidvertiser. Are those good choices?

    Theodore Nwangene - May 7, 2013

    Yea Mark,
    They are good, you just have to check them out and see what you can get from them. Thanks for coming, hope you’ll come again

Abdur Rakib - May 7, 2013

Hey! I really enjoyed this nice article written on AdSense alternatives. You’ve listed adbrite.com as one of the AdSense alternatives but I think adbrite is currently closed.

Thanks a lot for writing this nice article.

    Theodore Nwangene - May 7, 2013

    Thanks and welcome to my blog Abdur,
    I never knew they have closed Adbrite and thanks for letting us know. I really appreciate your visit, hope to see you here again 🙂

Chukwunonso Nwankpa - May 11, 2013

Thank you for this awesome post. Didn’t know there are quite a huge number of Adsense alternatives. Well I would have to dig deep in order to make a right choice on the best ad network to work with .

Vijesh - May 11, 2013

Hey Theodore,
Nice list I think you can drop Adbrite from the list because now Adbrite has closed its services. You can include Adonion and Smowtion. Smowtion ads too can be a good alternative to Adsense but still Adsense rocks…

If you are having tons of traffic than you can also try Admagnet

    Theodore Nwangene - May 11, 2013

    Thanks a lot for the visit Vijesh,
    I really enjoyed that post of yours at All Blogging Tips. Yea, i never knew that Adbrite has gone until one of my readers told me about it, i will have to go and remove it. Those are also some good alternatives, there are still a lot more out there i guess? Thanks a lot for taking the time to stop by my friend, hope to see you here again.

    Have a great weekend.

Akhil kumar - May 11, 2013

Hi Theodore ,

very helpful information , i searching for while for a good alternative for google adsense . i think better to use infolinks and chitika there are legit and high paying site

Rocky Alvarez - May 12, 2013

I think the best alternative to AdSense has to be media.net. I finally developed the courage to try them as my principal contextual ad partner and the results shocked me! I even get customer support! Worth looking in to.

nitin dwivedi - May 13, 2013

The best ever google adsense alternative is adclimedia click below link to sign up free http://adclickmedia.com/m/index.cgi/nitindvd1980

Aki Andrew - May 14, 2013

this post was great, I as well thank that Google is really slaping people here online, and that is very bad, all the work, all the time spend trying to fit in all are to no where.

rajkumar - May 19, 2013

nyc alternative. i didnt get approved nw will use these. tnx

bogdan - May 19, 2013

Hei same problem as you . You should try AdClickMedia, is a great alternative to google and can offer you real time data. price per click is around 0.05 not like google, but hey…can provide some money

raj kumar - May 19, 2013

helpful article

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Junpit - May 21, 2013

I am totally new to blogging and I tried to apply for adsense account 5 days ago and only yesterday I got their second reply that my blog does not meet their requirement. Their first reply was the so-called partial review of my application. I know my niche is very crowded but I like my current niche so I decided to pursue it and tried to find adsense alternative. Fortunately, I found your comprehensive and new list of alternatives. I join Infolinks just a couple of minutes ago and hopefully my application will get through this time. If not, then I’ll try again before giving up totally on my niche, perhaps another alternative. Thanks for article like this.

    Theodore Nwangene - May 21, 2013

    Welcome to my blog Junpit,
    I’m sorry to hear that google deapprove your application. Maybe you should focus on building up your blog first while trying other alternatives later, you can then apply for adsense again and see if they will approve this time.

    Infolinks is also good and if you noticed, I’m also using them on my site. Thanks a lot for the visit Junpit.

Achitika - May 22, 2013

Hey there- Thank you so much for including Chitika in this post!! My name is Amanda and I am the new Publisher Acquisition Manager here at Chitika. Chitika just launched a new program where you could earn 10% for 10 months when you refer publishers to Chitika?
Happy Earning!

John C - May 26, 2013

Yeah, it hurts when Google decides to close your accounts, Don’t even try to sign up again with them, They keep track of your IP address and old websites, and they will close your account again, just move on with the alternative.

Dhealthtips - June 3, 2013

Thanks for your informative post on alternatives for adsense…I have been having hard time getting approved on adsense. and this is just what I need Right now…Thanks for sharing

Maina - June 4, 2013

Thanks for the information. Beautiful Post.

Rajesh M S - June 5, 2013

thanks man

Rajesh M S - June 5, 2013

thank you

dickens - June 10, 2013

Theodore Nwangene, thanks for the post and i feel enligtened. however. av got spme problems . am just intorucing my self on the web and i have got an academic reference page with more than 300 papers on blogger. i wan to monetize but adsecence has declined. would kindly check my blog and help with information on how to improve and further monetize. i will really appreciate your help

    Theodore Nwangene - June 12, 2013

    I visited your blog Dickens,
    And you have a good blog there. One thing i discovered is that you don’t have pages on your blog and that could be the reason why adsense declined your application.

    You should create some pages on your blog like…. Home Page, About Page, Contact Page, Privacy Policy and Earning Disclaimer Page. Remember not to leave these pages empty after creating them.

    Thanks for visiting my blog, i hope that my tips will help :).

pumesh - June 11, 2013

thanks for sharing this list and sadly my account also banned by adsense and still i m not able to found the reason behind it.

abhimanyu - June 13, 2013

hello Theodore Nwangene,
my adsense account is not approved and i search foe a better adsense alternatives for a long time. at last i got it and after reading this nice post i think chitika is the best.

    Theodore Nwangene - June 13, 2013

    Its a pity that Adsense didn’t approve you dear,
    I’m sure the alternatives here will be great for your blog. Thanks a lot for the visit and please, do visit us again 🙂

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Darrell from Virtual Receptionist Australia - June 16, 2013

Its great collection of adsence alternatives Theodore, Many of them I just know here in your post. Thanks for sharing all of them.

Faye - June 18, 2013

I, too got that email early one morning…my Yahoo account had been hacked, I was cleaning up that mess and then came the message that I was shut down..after 3 weeks of waiting to be accepted, my inquiry as to reinstatement came back negative in just a few minutes… it was a slap in the face, but I am going to pick myself up and dust me off and keep on traveling and talking! I enjoyed the article and will check it out! Thanks

Mukul Chugh - June 23, 2013

This is an awesome post by Theodore Nwangene.It is very informational too.Thanks for sharing this infomation 🙂

Mohammad ismail - June 25, 2013

Hello Dear,
Great List you have arrange. Now a days Adsense is very strict and its very difficult to approve any account fully. ue to which newbie are in serious trouble.So this list is very helpful for all of us. as harleena said. We should bookmark this page for future.

    Theodore Nwangene - June 26, 2013

    Thanks for the compliments Mohammad,
    Google adsense is really becoming very strict as days goes by and, its better we bloggers search for alternative means. Thanks for the visit man and, have a wonderful days ahead.

saqib ahmad - June 26, 2013

wow! This is monster list you have provided! Though I am using info-links only. Let me try another one

dickens - July 2, 2013

hello, i really appreciate for the services you give. i have a question anyway. IAM AN ACADEMIC BLOGGER WHERE A POST ACADEMIC PAPERS. HOW CAN I INCREASE WITH SEO. HOW WILL I ALSO MONETIZE THIS BLOG WITH MORE THAN 400 POSTS.http://academic-hub.blogspot.com/
i will appreciate your help a great deal

Suraj - July 4, 2013

Hi, You have written a very nice post. Google Adsense is the best for monetising on websites. I am using it for last 5-6 years. But now a days rates per click going down and we do not make as much we used too in the past. There are very good alternatives available.Here are 10 alternatives for you http://www.diggbloggers.com/2013/06/top-10-alternatives-to-google-adsense.html Bluehost , hostgator, Amazon ect offer affiliate programs which are great and if you have good traffic then it can make magic for you. Other competitors to adsense are Chitika, Kontera, Clicksor,infolinks are worth a try.

Ted - July 8, 2013

I quite agree with you but most of these program a way difficult for a newbee.

Still thanks for informing.

Muhammad saleem - July 27, 2013

Hi Theodore,
You have provide a huge list of adsense alternatives which mostly newbie don’t know but I think you should also give little detail about busellads which is best for those who have handsome traffic on their sites. Am i right?

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Robert - August 5, 2013

BungeeBones.com has an alternative way to pay other than PPC or per impression. It’s target market is people with websites and pays for ad sales. Pays repetitively for each sale and pays multi-level for recruiting too.

Works by way of a web directory on your site (which is free and a good feature to have anyway). Totally effortless and maintenance free.

shakaib - August 14, 2013

Please tell me, how much that valueclick and advertising.com is trustworhty in terms of ad rate and payout? i am going to try these 2.

waqas - August 17, 2013

very nice list bro….but its so difficult to approve on BuySellAds
Blogging Tips

daemon - August 20, 2013


Here you have a list of good Adsense Alternatives :


Earnonlineng - August 27, 2013

This post is ones of the best post av read so far. its kinda interesting and informative. good

ataur - August 28, 2013

Hello admin,
Thanks for your valuable post. Nice information and One of the best articles about Google Adsense Alternatives.

Best Regards,

Mitch Mitchell - September 4, 2013

Good stuff here. I knew about maybe half of these, though I’ve only tried 10 of them. Truth be told, if you’re putting most of this stuff on your blog, including Adsense, you’re probably not going to do that well with it. I have Adsense, Infolinks and Kontera on my other websites and the only two I’ve made money from are Adsense & Infolinks, the second earning maybe $50 every 3 months or so. I have some others I’ve tried but I’ve made so little that they’re almost not worth mentioning right now.

Sudheer Yadav - September 27, 2013

Now I am sure that I Will Get Any Adsense Thanks To All

Jessica M Thompson - October 2, 2013

A very informative article. Thank you so much.

Neha Dobriyal - October 23, 2013

Hello Theodore,

my adsense account is not approved and i also don’t know the reason behind that. but due to this post i try chitika. this is very good adsense alternatives.

    Theodore Nwangene - October 24, 2013

    I’m sorry to hear that Neha,
    I don’t know what is wrong with Google, its now a very difficult task to get a new adsense account but, it wasn’t like that when we started but meanwhile, just try Chitika, Infolinks or media.net, they are good alternatives.

    Thanks for coming.

on ap - October 25, 2013

I don’t know the reason behind that. but due to this post i try chitika. this is very good adsense alternatives. I published the one about how my account was banned but, due to some unexpected circumstances that occurred on the blog last time, I was unable to write it.In case you don’t know. I knew about maybe half of these, though I’ve only tried 10 of them. Truth be told, if you’re putting most of this stuff on your blog, including Adsense on ap lioa

kiran - November 14, 2013

Very nice information,I have struggled to get adsense account it takes one year to run ads on website,Thanks for sharing,we find other Adsense Alternatives is Yahoo! Bing Network (YBN),Technorati Media…

Punam - November 21, 2013

All of You can join RYMIYL ADMEDIA which is the best alternative of google adsense.
They accept all traffic from all over the world for all languages sites. They accept adult and non-adult both websites. Their payment options are also very nice. This company (Rymiyl Admedia) is Indian based company.
Just join and start earning of money as a publisher……………….

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Chitika is a very good Google adsense alternatives. These are really great recommended Google Adsense alternatives Thanks.

Abdullahijaz - December 24, 2013

Thankss for this beautiful post.These sites are very useful in making online income. Thanks for sharing.

Shoukot - January 7, 2014

Hello Theodore,
I am now using Bidvertiser and just applied for Chitika.
Thank for you good post 🙂

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Hemant - January 30, 2014

Hi Theodore,

This is a helpful article for me, I really appreciate you efforts 🙂

Ali Raza - February 7, 2014

Hello Mr. Theodore Nwangene!
I was researching on the same topic and came across your post that is very good and informative and I really admire your efforts but the reason I’m commenting here is something else.
As I told you that I was researching on the same topic about “Top 50 Google Ad Sense Alternatives” so I got another post with the same topic as you wrote here. But the odd thing about that post is that the guy who wrote it, just copied all your post after making few changes and as far I think, it is not right at all. So to alert you about this thing writing you but I’m afraid that if I enter naked or full URL of that blog then this comment maybe marked as spam by the comment plugin you are using.
Just visit joingurus (dot) blogspot (dot) com (slash) 2013 (slash) 05 (hyphen) best (hyphen) 50 (hyphen) google (hyphen) adsense (hyphen) alternatives (dot) html and report this guy.
I’m a content writer and I know how it feels when you find someone stealing out your effort and hard work just to get some clicks
I hope that this comment will help you in any way and you may find a safe way to protect your content.
Ali Raza

    Theodore Nwangene - February 10, 2014

    Thanks a million times for this show of kindness Ali,
    And, i won’t forget it in a hurry. I will go track down the site now. Have a wonderful week.

mvenkat K - February 10, 2014

awesome post, in my experience only infolinks is working very well, it’s amazing work, in some cases kontra, chitika, and some others are not worked, there is no alternative of adsense, why can banned your account, too much invalid activity and spammy is consider to banned accounts, I applied chitika it told you have 50,000 visitors to your site from other nations, what a funny some times Google has not viewed by 50,000, the king is Google Adsense only, there is no alternative of Google Adsense

Allen Brayan - March 15, 2014

Hello Theodore,

Nowadays bloggers are moving to affiliate marketing because it provide you more money as compared to Adsense. It’s quite strict and difficult to get your approved account. If you are beginners then you are seriously in trouble.

Alvie - May 21, 2014

i think Chitika is the best Google Adsense alternatives
Thanks for nice list, Theodore! Good luck for you!

Braintichy - June 11, 2014

Hi i am braintichy
Thanks for nice list, Theodore! Good luck for you!
This is a helpful article for me, I really appreciate you efforts

Theodore Nwangene - June 20, 2014

You’re welcome

Tim Martine - March 3, 2016

How grateful am I reading this article. you wrote it in very good way.Thanks to let us know about high paying Google Adsense alternatives for our blog.
here are no doubt that Google adsense is the world best Ad network for earn money. My most favorite and highly paying advertising network is buysellads after Google Adsense.

kiersten - March 25, 2016

Hey would you mind letting me know which hosting company you’re using?
I’ve loaded your blog in 3 completely different browsers
and I must say this blog loads a lot faster then most.
Can you recommend a good hosting provider at a reasonable price?
Cheers, I appreciate it!

Brenda Smith - April 6, 2016

Indeed a Great post.

But according to me, none of the adsense alternative can give the revenue as much as Adsense can give. I haven’t tried all the above alternatives but I tried infolinks and I had worst experience with it. After having huge amount of traffic, I was able to make only 100-200$.

Because my blog was banned by Adsense. If this wasn’t happened then that traffic can surely make around $2k+.

That’s why infolinks is far away from Adsense in terms of generating revenue.

BTW Thanks for sharing it with us.

Darrin Benner - May 7, 2016

I am using Chitika on my blog since 3 or 4 months but there is no “clicks” happend since then. I think this belongs to the traffic on my webiste. There is no so much traffic on my blog. can you please tell me if there is another method to get clicks on ads and how can I get more traffic to my website within 2 months. Keep blogging…

Ashley Jones - June 24, 2016

I have tried some given ads network.. Qadabra was the best among all but they have started the new scam of ignoring all Asian traffic.. I tried many other networks but finally I have found the best among all and it is the Propeller Ads network, which is basically a network from UK. It has been paying me $10-$15 per day for my 3000-4000 daily visitors, even-though I have just posted 3 ads on my site.

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