7 Google Adsense Alternatives for Online Advertising

How to monetize a blog

One of the best options for displaying ads and monetize your blog or website is having a Google AdSense account.

However, many people may find getting an account can be difficult. Accounts are also subject to being revoked if the rules are not properly followed.

Getting rejected or having your account revoked is a setback, but not the end of the world. Many other advertising networks are available when AdSense is not an option, but an online advertising solution is needed.

One thing to keep in mind is that no alternative advertising network will ever come close to the earnings that are seen with AdSense. Bloggers and website owners need to realize that just having something that can be used to earn an income is better than nothing at all.

There are many AdSense alternatives you can consider if you are banned or have not been able to get approved for an account. However, payment options and a variety of other requirements will need to be considered.


This is one of the better Google AdSense alternatives that is available for a blogger or website owner as it is performance based. You need to keep ads running for consecutive days to see good results.

You have a choice to display sliders, buttons, banner ads, and more. Once you generate a minimum of $20 in revenue, a payment can be requested. Payments can be sent via PayPal or Payoneer.


This is a great AdSense alternative for Pay Per Click (PPC) advertising. However, the ads that are displayed on a blog or website work differently than AdSense. Bidvertiser uses a bidding system to display ads.

Your site needs to be found by the highest bidders before you will see any earnings. You can use text ads, slider ads, mobile ads, banner ads, and more. Payments are sent via PayPal ($10 minimum) or by check ($50 minimum).


This is one of the best AdSense alternatives for displaying ads to visitors. The Click-through rate (CTR) is really good and there are a variety of languages available. One downside is that you need to have at least 50,000 page views to even think about applying for an account.

There is a $20 minimum payout that is sent via PayPal, check, a wire transfer, or Automated Clearing House (ACH) transactions. Users also have the option to use their affiliate program.


This is one of the best alternatives to AdSense for bloggers and website owners. Users can choose ad units that are customized to match the look of their website or blog. Mobile ads are also available.

One thing that is unique about this contextual ad network is that the ads are powered by Bing and Yahoo. Payout will require a PayPal account or wire transfer is also available.

The minimum payment for either option is $100. An invite may be needed to sign up before you can get the code to display ad units.


A blog or website with low traffic can use or add this AdSense alternative to earn revenue. All you need to do is create an account and place ad units on your site. No approval is necessary and you have three ad types available.

There are mobile ads, local ads, and targeted ads. One downside to consider is that you will not have PPC rates that are anywhere close to those of AdSense.

There is a $10 minimum for payment or a user with a PayPal account and $50 minimum for a check.


This ads network is somewhat different than other AdSense alternatives as ads are displayed to users in a unique way.

There are four types of ads that include InFrame, InTag, InFold, and InText. These ads will help to overcome users who are blind to typical banner ads.

There is a $50 minimum payment for users with a PayPal account or a $100 minimum for bank transfers.

Information about Infolinks ad types is available on their Support Page.


This alternative to AdSense provides performance based advertising. Users can create an account and start serving ads on their site in less than a minute. You have the option of slider ads or banner ads.

There are no minimum page views or other restrictions to get approved for this network. Payments are sent using PayPal, Payoneer, or by wire transfer.

A $1 minimum payment is needed for PayPal, $20 for Payoneer, and $500 to use wire transfer.


The most important thing to realize about using any AdSense alternative advertising networks is that you will typically not have a lot of earnings if your site has low traffic volume.

Make sure to research any alternative to AdSense carefully to avoid having low earnings or no earnings at all.

This includes Affiliate Marketing and / or CPA marketing where you can define your own ad types of styles for your website.