Blogging: Banned From Adsense? Alternative PPC Ways To Monetize Your Blog



Many new bloggers are finding it extremely difficult to be accepted unto Google Adsense program. Others do not also make enough money from the program and therefore supplementing it with other monetizing methods is the prudent way forward.

Unfortunately, some bloggers have also been banned from the program which used to be their primary income generating tool. If you fall within any of the above descriptions, there are other viable methods via which you can successfully monetize your blog…

Even if you are simply not interested in Adsense, I am sure you may like one of these methods which can fetch you the income you want from your blog.

 Pay Per Click Advertising

When we talk about the easiest way to monetize a blog, Pay per click, or PPC advertising comes to mind. The most common program is what I am letting go in this post-Adsense.

However, there are equally effective and easy programs which work just as Adsense. As you may already know, most PPC advertising programs demand that you embed a simple code in your blog. You will then earn money whenever a reader clicks on the adverts which the code will serve.

The more valid clicks you get, the more you will earn. This therefore means that, you will need to have huge number of visitors to be able to make huge amounts.

Adsense Alternative Pay Per Click Advertising Programs You Can Use Are;


Chitika is popularly tagged as ‘Adsense alternative’ and they guarantee to pay you 60% of Chitika’s revenue. You can set your account to receive payments as little as $10 (if you are receiving payment via PayPal) or $50 (if you want payments via checks).

Chitika has different sizes of ads and you can pick the colours of these ads to suit your blog or website for maximum returns. Note that Chitika offers publishers’ user targeted, search targeted, mobile and local ads for all websites, blogs, apps and mobile sites.

You can give Chitika a try today by Click Here


Adbrite has a little advantage over Adsense and Chitika when it comes to the sizes and types of ads they serve to publishers.

Apart from the various sizes such as the popular 300×250, Adbrite gives you the option to have full page ads that rotate between your pages.

Also, Adbrite offers publishers the chance to have In-text advertisements where certain words in your post will be underlined (non-disruptively serving as Ads).

Adbrite is therefore more than a mere Adsense alternative; it gives you other monetizing options which adsense do not even have.

You can give Adbrite a try today by Click Here

Are you currently using any of these programs? You can share your experience below!

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Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri, Esq
I am a Hedonist, Contrarian, Traveller, Lawyer, Atheist, Thinker, Writer, Minimalist & a Professional Truth Sayer.


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  1. Hi Vincent,

    Those are both very reputable companies and good starting points for publishers. However, publishers should keep in mind that every site is different. An ad network that is lucrative for a niche blog about forex may not work for a torrent or proxy site.

    As the owner of an ad network one of the more common questions publishers want to know is “which ad or affiliate network is the best?”.

    Unfortunately there is no one answer to this question.

    As a publisher your ability to earn from your site is dependent upon a number of factors, only one of which is the network you choose to serve ads to your visitors.

    Continual testing is the only way to know for sure where the money is at.

    The easy route is to test only the ad networks. Serve ads from different networks on a rotating basis. a good rule of thumb is to send roughly 5000 visitors to an ad network before rotating them out. This gives you a chance to see the kind of eCPM they can produce for you.

    The hard “but much more rewarding” way is to test everything (creative/ad formats, dayparting, weekparting, landing page, ad network etc…).

    This enables you to find out where the most valuable visitors on your sites engage with ads. These visitors are worth more and so it follows that they can produce more income for you. If done right you will probably find that your pages that bring in the most valuable visitors perform well on one network and your remnant (lower producing visitors) perform better on another.

    However, as I said before, this is a much more involved process that not all publishers will have the time or resources to accomplish.