Last updated on March 1st, 2020 at 12:41 pm
One of the best ways to monetize your site is by using Google AdSense. You can potentially earn a lot of money that way. Although it was very easy to create an account and get approval for your AdSense account in the past, the process is a lot more complicated these days. Particularly if you are just starting out as a blogger. Then, even if you have an AdSense account up and running, there is the risk that Google may close it down and ban it.
Therefore, if you want to monetize your blog or site, why not look at some of the best Google AdSense alternatives. Many companies and networks are offering a similar, and often better service than Google. To help you get started, we are going to look at some of the best in this post.
Top Google AdSense Alternatives
Mediavine has become one of the most popular and effective ad networks over the years. Despite requiring minimum traffic of 25,000 sessions every month, the support they provide, and earnings potential are great to strive for, for several reasons. They have the most user-friendly and fastest delivery method of any ad network.
This is important as it means your readers do not need to wait quite as long for ads to display. When your pages load faster, this directly translates to more page numbers and more income from ads. One of the crucial things about Mediavine, though, is the fact that it has an extensive network of advertisers and publishers, which means you know you are selling ad space to the bidders who are going to pay the most.
AdThrive is considered to be the best CPM-focused ad network for bloggers and digital publishers. This comes at a price though, because if you want to benefit from the huge earning potential they offer, you need to get past their very selective approval process. They offer great customer support to publishers using their services and you can also benefit from courses that teach you how to increase your RPM and passive income.
Ezoic is one of the best entry-level Google AdSense alternatives and ideal if you don’t have traffic that comes from the US. It benefits from a more diverse advertiser network across many different demographics and geographical locations. What’s more, its user interface dashboard is easy to manage, and their customer service team are always on hand to answer your questions and queries.
Once known as The Blogger Network, Monumetric offers distinct advantages to Google AdSense in the personalized support they offer you when you first sign up for an account. You will be given a call where you can field any questions you have, and they will help you develop your ad revenue strategy. If advertising makes you nervous, don’t worry as Monumetric will do a lot of the heavy lifting on your behalf, leaving you to concentrate on what you do best – create valuable blog content.
Like the others in this post, however, if your blog is relatively new, you may not be able to achieve the 10,000-page views within 30 days necessary to qualify for an account.
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