What are some alternatives to adsense? Do you like them better?
There are lot of alternatives in terms of business type but as far as cpc(cost per click) and ecpm are considered, google adsese is the unique programme which pays you the largest amount of money. Even sometimes it has paid me 1.5$ for a single click. So, I would say that there is no alternative to google adsense at present. After all its a part of Google inc.
I have not found any programs that pay as well. Amazon Associates and eBay partner network are good sources of revenue if you don't have the option of Adsense.
by rancidTaste8 years ago
How does Google AdSense pay for page impression? I amn't clear about that and so I ask it? Would you please help about that?Thanks
by Pandoras Box7 years ago
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by kosanya6 years ago
How many click throughs do I need to start earning money with Google Adsense?
by Bible Studies7 years ago
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by Albert Genius6 years ago
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by multimastery7 years ago
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