well it depends on where or what you intend to do with the ads. If your looking for something that functions like adsense, try yahoo ads, very similar though not as compatible with as many applications as adsense. If you need ads in your text content, try kontera, infolinks, and or vibrant ads, all of these provide ads in the form of text links in your content. Or if your looking for actual products to sell on commission try Amazon or Linkshare affiliate network, both of which provide you with text links, product links, and even banner links to put on your blogs, sites and hubs. Hope this helps and good luck making money.
Here's another site I found as an alternative to Google Adsense.
Remember, Google remains the elephant in the industry.
There is not a good replacement to Adsense in my opinion.
Chitika is good but you MUST have your sites approved for the premium select portion of their advertisers if you wish to see any significant earnings!
Chikita is probably the most decent alternative to Adsense.
What is important here InfoBucket, is to know that from a revenue perspective, nothing comes close to Adsense for content publishers. So, chikita is ok, if you are looking at them because you haven't received an adsense account yet.
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