What other advertising networks can be used to replace AdSense? Can anybody recommend any that:
1. Don't do pop-ups.
2. Don't do animated gifs.
3. Don't do inline text.
What's wrong with Adsense?
I've never found adverts earn me much. I get most of my income from affiliates. How's Viglinks going?
I wrote Viglinks off due to lack of performance, They were even worse than AdSense.
HP-ads mops the floor with Adsense, so I figure there are other ad-networks that do the same.
Did you have a go with Skimlinks instead?
I don't think there is any single ad network that can offer everything. I've tried to help a couple of other Hubbers monetize their blogs and it's not as easy as it sounds. I make money on affiliates but I do it by having pages entirely dedicated to marketing of products, not just links or ads within posts. For that you need a Wordpress blog and either ShareASale or eBay/Amazon software.
The only automatic system I got to perform anywhere near as well as Adsense was Projectwonderful.com. They offer the various ad shapes and then users bid for them. A lot of their advertisers are in the arts so artsy topics get better bids.
by John Coviello 4 years ago
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by Keith Ham 5 years ago
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by Sally Gulbrandsen 6 months ago
Will they still be allowed to continue writing for the niche sites or will this site be diluted as our best writers and their work leave for a better deal?
by FootballNut 2 years ago
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by sheerah 6 years ago
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by Sue B. 7 years ago
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