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What Other Programs are good than Google Adsense..

Postby vabxxx007 » Mon Jun 27, 2005 2:56 am

Dear All,:)

Last week google adsense deactivated my account due to some invalid clicks.

Now i want to start up with such type of programs so as to generate some revenue from my site through add.

Kindly suggest me some good programm as google adsense so that i can apply it.

Plz.... Answer me as soon as possible and help me out to guide me to the correct path.


Thankx & Regards
Vaibhav

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Adsense alternatives

Postby quickregister » Wed Apr 26, 2006 12:14 pm

I recently posted the thread "Adsense Alternatives"
on several marketing, webmaster type forums
including this one. I saw your post and thought
if i put it here it might give you some good info.

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.

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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Postby GOGO56 » Sat Apr 29, 2006 3:44 pm

Try http://www.click-share.com

I am working with them from 6 mounts and have very good results with very high CPC.

They also provide products ads.

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Postby emmacool » Mon Sep 25, 2006 2:16 am

:D aha, i use them too and i agree, they're good alternative 8)

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Postby Silversurfer » Tue Sep 26, 2006 10:11 am

Hi Vista,

as far from what I understood is that these smaller companies give more revenue than the big players due to lower keywords prices. Isn't that logical? I heared from several people that especially google's pay per click costs eat mostly all the revenue if you don't have very unique content or a high visitor/buyer ratio...

I was thinking about PPC aswell for my site but I have many vistors and not many who buy in the end so for me there would be certainly no revenue when I buy google's PPC since their prices are too high. I was thinking about getting a deal from a smaller player like 7Search or so since they give me more traffic for less money.

Why do you think those smaller players give you less revenue?

Greetings, Silver

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Postby Ribbo » Wed Jul 18, 2007 7:55 am

thanx for all the info guys really helped me make a decision.

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Postby biggamestop » Thu Jul 19, 2007 11:17 am

Is there a limit of on adsence accounts?
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Postby gtterry » Fri Jul 20, 2007 6:27 am

I've had some very good success with Kontera for textual based hover adverstings. CTR has been high as well as payout.s

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Postby guinanie » Sat Aug 04, 2007 8:01 am

Thanks for the lists of Adsense Alternative. Here some of my list that is alternative other than google adsense.

* Clicksor
* TargetPoint
* Adbrite
* BidClix
* Chitika
* AllFeeds
* Adhearus
* AffiliateSensor
* Bidvertiser
* Veoda
* RevenuePilot
* Kanoodle
* Enhance Interactive
* Quigo

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Postby biggamestop » Mon Aug 13, 2007 10:34 am

leftybogs wrote:why? you can create another google adsense..



What do you mean by this? I'm in the same situation.

My google account got disabled fo invalid clicks, Can I open another account with a different name but same website?

Or does it have to be another website?
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Postby jasonk1234 » Sat Aug 18, 2007 8:13 am

I was wondering if there are any sites like adsense that allow traffic exchange traffic, and ptr traffic because I know adsense does not allow this kind of traffic

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Postby Neticule » Tue Apr 01, 2008 5:37 am

guinanie wrote:Thanks for the lists of Adsense Alternative. Here some of my list that is alternative other than google adsense.

* Clicksor
* TargetPoint
* Adbrite
* BidClix
* Chitika
* AllFeeds
* Adhearus
* AffiliateSensor
* Bidvertiser
* Veoda
* RevenuePilot
* Kanoodle
* Enhance Interactive
* Quigo


That pretty much sums it up, there are tons more, but if you just have a handful of these you have PLENTY of advertising to choose from

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Postby web67 » Fri Apr 11, 2008 1:54 pm

adbrite - being used by alexa

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Postby porov » Wed Jun 18, 2008 7:53 am

I used google adsnese too i am banned now and i switched to adbrite, much beter i will never regret it!!!

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Postby guruananth » Tue Jul 29, 2008 10:44 pm

Here you can get all the reviews of top 10 adsense alternatives

http://www.rosswalker.co.uk/adsense_top10/

my suggestion is YPN and AllFeeds are good i am using in my blogs

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