“Your Google Adsense account has been disabled or temporarily banned”.
What a nice phrase on an email to start the day huh? Well, consider you’re not alone. Every day, hundreds of thousands of accounts are being banned from Google’s Adsense program and people look for alternatives.
I can’t tell you specifically. Either there’s something wrong with the web you’re putting your ads on, or you just simply missed one rule from Google’s TOS. It’s difficult to pinpoint exactly what went wrong as Google usually sends a generic email to everybody no matter what the problem was.
Instead of crying or bashing Google in multiple forums (actually, this is a very bad idea), remember the world is not over yet, and there are plenty of Google Adsense alternatives out there to try. Google was just your first ad network and you did something wrong.
So, stand up, be proactive and act professional!
There’s no time to lose.
Whether you are just looking for Adsense alternatives or you are here because you were banned (or not approved yet) into Google’s program, we have something for you. Let’s get started with the latest updates.
Updates made in July (2020):
- Added Evadav as a no.7 alternative as it has been improving
- Infolinks has been moved to place no.4
- Quick updates added for Media.net and PropellerAds formats and payment methods
- Adsterra has been moved up to no.3 as it’s giving very good performance for publishers lately
Here are some of the best Google Adsense Alternatives for your website without using Google Adsense (but some of them can be used along with Adsense to increase revenue), and I’ll tell you how they work and why you should consider them, so let’s start:
You can make a good amount of money from Amazon, especially during Christmas, Black Friday and other holidays
Amazon is the biggest online store in the world, so they must be doing something good. Well, if you have a website that talks about any product that can be found on Amazon, then Amazon associates could work for you. Amazon allows you to put display ads, native ads, links (known as affiliate links), carousel ads and more in your blog so that you can promote their inventory and while this isn’t a (PPC) Pay-Per-Click or CPM program, it will pay you a small commission for everything they sell from your links.
So let’s say you have a blog about Apple products and you put an ad driving them to buy an iPod or just a cable. If they buy it, a small commission will be for you. So if you sell a $10 cable you might receive a few cents, but sell a $1500 Laptop and you might receive $50.
The Amazon Associates program is probably one of the most commonly used advertising networks to make money online, although it’s not the best way to monetize your site on many occasions. The power of the Amazon brand and the availability in many countries make it very…
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