June 6, 2006

Alternatives to AdSense

Posted in webmaster at 12:27 pm by Jon Symons

"Blog Advertising Networks
Aside from Google AdSense and Overture Content Match, what other networks are there that focus on blog advertising besides these?

  • AdBrite
  • from AdBright:

    If you're a publisher, use AdBrite to set your own ad rates, and approve or reject every ad that's purchased for your site. AdBrite enables you to instantly sell ads to your visitors via a "Your Ad Here" link, in addition to selling through AdBrite's marketplace and sales team.
    Our revenue split is 75/25 in your favor. Through a small snippet of HTML placed on your site, we handle serving, scheduling, billing, customer service, and sales. About half of AdBrite's sales are generated from our marketplace and sales team, while the other half are generated from users clicking "Your Ad Here" on our publisher's sites.
    While AdBrite can provide publishers with more revenue and better ads than traditional ad networks such as Google AdSense, we work fine along-side them as a simple way to generate additional ad revenue by selling ads directly to your visitors — something the other ad systems don't do.
    If you're using AdBrite in addition to another ad network, you can turn off AdBrite's "run-of-network ads" and AdBrite will only display ads that have been approved by you. If you have no ads running, AdBrite will display nothing but "Your Ad Here", so no real estate is wasted and you have nothing to lose.
    AdBrite doesn't display the big "brick" of ads that you're used to. Rather, AdBrite gives publishers full control over the look and feel of their ads so AdBrite can be integrated seamlessly into any website.

  • BlogAds
  • How: Want to give advertisers access to your unique audience? We make it easy to sell and display ads. Simply create your own kiosk through our one-page form, then cut and paste a javascript into your site. You'll be done in five minutes or less.

    If your blog does have a laser-sharp focus and more than 1,000 visitors a day…

  • BURST! Media
  • The process is simple.

    • There are no costs to you as a member.

    • Everyone starts out on a non-exclusive, month-to-month rate, and may maintain that rate indefinitely.
    • You control which campaigns run and where they run on your website.

    * Represent specialty content. Portals, search engines, and sites of links to other people's content generally do not fit our definition of specialty content.
    * Be live and have current traffic of at least 5,000 page views per month. Sites that are incomplete will not be accepted.
    * Be in English. BURST! will not allow any of its ads to appear on foreign language sites.
    * Have an active, publicly stated privacy policy. Click here for more information about creating a privacy policy.
    * Agree to post our Demographic Survey somewhere on the site. For more information review our complete Eligibility Requirements .
    * Reside on its own top-level domain. No sites hosted on free providers (such as Geocities, Tripod, etc) will be considered.

  • CrispAds
  • sample ad:

    Place ads in your blog articles wherever your want
    Ads also appear in your RSS or ATOM feed!
    95% of advertiser click-thru revenues flow to you
    Get paid via Paypal at the end of every month (when your earnings are over $5.00)
    Just generate code and place into a blog article!
    Automated tracking system to track earnings

  • Pheedo
  • Tools to grow your traffic and monetize your content.

    Because we focus on RSS and weblog publishers, we understand the unique facets of your business. We developed our tools and services with this in mind.

    Pheedo Feed Manager
    Efficiently manage, serve and report on content and ads in your RSS/Atom feeds.

    Pheedo Blog Network
    Provides the tools and control you need to create an instant revenue stream from your blog.

    Blogsnob Traffic Exchange
    Free service to promote your blog and discover new blog content.

  • Kanoodle's BrightAds
  • * Clearly Defined Revenue: BrightAds are text based, revenue-per-click (RPC) sponsored links. This means advertisers pay every time a visitor clicks on the links – and we'll pay you a 50% share of the charge.
    * High Revenue-Per-Click (RPC): Kanoodle's RPCs are highly competitive, with many topics monetizing at a rate significantly higher than our competitors.
    * PayPal: BrightAds offers easy payment via PayPal.

  • Affiliate Sensor (get my own affiliate id)
  • Affiliate Sensor's new context-relevant, text-link affiliate ad blocks let you choose from ClickBank's over 10,000 products by copying and pasting a little JavaScript onto your web pages.
    You show only context-relevent, highly targetted text ads that you have control over.
    The ads you display are sorted to show the best performing affiliate links on top.
    You can make up to $75 per sale or more!
    Real-time reporting, including clicks by domain, page and referrer.
    An easy-to-use script building interface that lets you fully customize your ad blocks.
    You only have to modify your ad code one time to update that same ad on all pages using that ad block.
    The database is updated regularly so the best ranking programs always appear in your results.
    We give you 5% of the impressions of every account that signs up through your "Ads by.." link.
    We have all of the adformats supplied by Google AdSense, so you can use our ads to replace the Public Service Ads (PSA's). We even have a special link format that you can add directly into the google_alternate_ad_url line of your AdSense code.
    There are no up-front costs to participate.
    Now, even if you don't have a website, you can refer visitors to our ClickBank Mall using your login and receive the same commission structure!

Some alternatives to AdSense…these should be worth checking out as is Rick Bruner's site that I found them on.
A great article idea would be to do a comparison of these services.


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