Hey everyone! If you’re a blogger looking to monetize your website beyond Google AdSense, you’ve come to the right place. In this video I’ll be sharing the top AdSense alternatives that can help you earn more revenue from your blog.
First up is Ezoic, a free ad platform that serves both display and native advertising. Ezoic goes beyond just ads by providing publishers with free access to additional monetization technology and tools.
For example, Ezoic offers the Humix video hosting platform, free WordPress hosting, and Leap website speed-up with CDN. On the ad side, Ezoic leverages artificial intelligence and machine learning to maximize ad revenue.
Their proprietary technology called Big Data Analytics continually tests different ad placements, formats, and partnerships to identify the highest earning combinations for your individual site and audience.
Ezoic’s AI also works to create a better user experience by limiting poorly performing ads. The combination of ad revenue optimization, free speed technologies, hosting, and video make Ezoic an attractive all-in-one monetization solution.
Another great option is Media.net. This is a contextual ad network owned by Yahoo and Bing. It is one of the highest paying ads networks.
#03 Propeller Ads
Propeller Ads has lots of customization options for display and native advertising. It has very aggressive ad types that generate more revenue than Adsense. Here are the highlights:
Adsterra is a great AdSense alternative known for providing high earning rates and a large global ad inventory. Let’s look at the key stats:
#05 Affiliate Marketing
Finally, joining affiliate programs is a great way to earn without ads. With affiliate programs, you promote products or services on your website.
When a visitor clicks through and makes a purchase, you earn a commission. Affiliate earnings often surpass display ad revenue for many publishers.
Incorporating affiliate marketing along with display ads like AdSense can further boost your revenue. Affiliates provide an additional earning stream that isn’t dependent on site traffic volume, and they complement display ad placements.
So those are some top options beyond Google AdSense! Try out a few to see which works best for monetizing your blog. Let me know in the comments.
If you have any other questions, open a thread on our tech forum. Thanks for watching!