7 June 2013

Google Adsense Alternatives with you here today not because I think they can replace and match Google Adsense head-to-head in terms of earning and contextual relevancy. No! They are not even close but they are still very good ways to monetize your blog even while you sleep. These alternatives are really good for bloggers in Nigeria and neighbouring countries. I will surely be writing on Adsense alternatives that everyone can use on their blogs in the nearest future.
There are several reasons you might want to try out Adsense alternatives on your blog, some of which are:
1. Google Adsense stopped serving Adsense to your site or you got yourself banned from the programme. Before I go on, let me inform you that if they stopped serving ads to your site, there is a way you can appeal for Adsense to show again. If you have appealed and you have got no response, then you might want to try out these Adsense alternatives.
2. I once read a quote from one of the richest men in the world, Warren Buffet, he said “Never depend on single income. Make investment to create a second source.” If you want to follow this quote, you might want to add these ad networks to also generate income from them in addition to Adsense.
The two good Adsense alternatives I have tested on my other blogs and have made people test are:

Google Adsense Alternatives For Nigerian Bloggers

1. AD:DYNAMO – Ad:dynamo works like Adsense too because they serve contextual ads to match your website content. It is very easy to set up and you can start creating ads in minutes too. When ads start showing on your blog, you can place them strategically like you do for Adsense to get high CTR. Choose the ad sizes & colours to suit your blog. Each time an ad is clicked, you earn.  They claim to share 50% of the total cost per click that was charged to the advertiser with us.The minimum payout is $20 and it is usually paid on the 1st business day of each month for the preceeding month’s earnings. Join Ad:dynamo to give them a try too and see if it works for your blog.
2. Adplacers – Adplacers Adserver is an online network of advertisers and publishers. It works like Adsense too but it’s targeted to Nigeria and West Africa site owners. You can earn from every “genuine clicks” ur website just like any pay-to-click programme. Adplacers Adserver allows you the choice of restricting ads of specific sites thereby giving the freedom of filtering out competitor ads. you don’t want to show the ads of your greatest competitor on your site, do you? This in my own opinion is a great feature and a plus for Adplacers. They have different ad formats to choose from and you can place as many as you want on your blog but you don’t want to irritate your readers with ads.
At the moment, Adplacers support Paypal and Check withdrawals as their mode of payments and the minimum payout is N5,000.
Click here to join Adplacers.


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