Google Adsense is an advertisement service run by Google that generates revenue on per-click or per-impression basis. It is probably the best Advertising Network. The problem however is that it takes a lot of time and patience for new bloggers to be approved by Adsense. The good news is that it is not the only advertising network and many other good alternatives exist.
So, if you are still waiting to be approved by Adsense then you should probably consider using one of the following alternatives. Here is the list of Adsense Alternatives (2016).
Google Adsense Alternatives:
Amazon accepts you as long as you have a nice website with few posts. If you have an Amazon Affiliate account, then you will see Amazon CPM ads panel on the main page. If you don’t have Amazon Affiliate then visit the link to create an account.
Amazon is a trusted brand and you will get guaranteed monthly CPM. CPM is short for cost per thousand (mille). It refers to the amount earned for every 1,000 impressions. You can set your target CPM and ads will be shown so that your monthly CPM is at or above your target.
The money earned depends on the price you set your CPM. Fair numbers are from 3$ to 10$. If you set your CPM to 8$ and have 1000 visitors you will make 8$ comparatively on Adsense you will make about 3.75$.
RevenueHits has no requirements and any site can register with it. You just have to sign up on their website, once logged in RevenueHits redirects you to make your first ad, just put the code on your website and start making money.
RevenueHits doesn’t pay you on Ad impressions or clicks rather it is CPA based i.e. Cost Per Action. What this means is that you are paid based on the actions of the web user. An action can be anything like contact request, newsletter sign up, registration etc.
So the revenue fluctuates a lot based on user interaction from 50$-60$ on a good day with traffic of around 1000 to nothing on the next day. The minimum payout is 50$ and payment can be issued via Paypal, Payoneer or Wire Transfer.
Media.net is for small and large publishers producing quality content. So even if you have a small blog, but have targeted and quality content, your chance of being approved is high. First you have to apply on their website then one of their representatives will evaluate your blog and once approved you can start creating ad units for your website.
Media.net primarily features contextual ads. Which means that the ads are based on site content. Such ads are much better than traditional ads and also generate more revenue. Media.net ads often feature multiple keywords. Clicking on a keyword does NOT generate revenue, but brings a second screen that displays relevant ads. Revenue is generated when user click on one of these ads.
With Media.net if you have 4000 daily impressions you can make about 7-8$ per day..Media.net payments can be issued via PayPal and Wire Transfer. The minimum payout is $100.