Who doesn’t want to Earn money on the internet? If you have a blog with contents, you too can earn. Usually, bloggers suggest AdSense for blogs and AdSense is the best ad network for we believe. We’ve given a tutorial about getting AdSense approval. But in-case if you don’t get approved for any reason, or you want to use multiple ad networks on your blog. Then there are other ad networks on the market too but all aren’t trusted. This post includes Best Ad Networks for bloggers.
Best Ad Networks For Bloggers
Well, we’ve made a list of best ad networks in 2018 and this post is the first post this year.
The Classic ad network for bloggers. With high CPC rates Adsense provides relevant ads to your site and advanced reports. With Its advanced features AdSense still, attract publishers.
We’ve written a complete post about how to get Adsense approval and you can follow the instructions if you’re facing rejections.
Media.Net was always been seen as ‘alternative-of-Adsense’ by developers. Media.Net also have almost same strict rules for publishers.
However, not like Adsense, Media.Net sees traffic on submitted sites as they don’t approve small/tiny sites. And Media.Net also don’t approve sites which made with free hostings so forgot this ad network if you’re site/blog made with free hostings like Weebly, Wix or Blogger.
You need to make a hosted blog/site for Media.Net.
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However, there are other ad networks too on the internet. Let’s move down.
There were rumors floating that if you use Infolinks with Adsense, your Adsense account might get banned but that now true. Infolinks works with Adsense and it doesn’t violent Adsense’s T&C. Many popular bloggers made a review of this ad network and you can use it fearlessly.
Infolinks offers six kinds of ads to serve. Which are,
- In-Text Ads
- Infold Ads
- InFreme Ads
- InScreen Ads
- InArticle Ads
- InTags Ads
So definitely, you have many choices. The good thing about Infolinks is, the rules for approving sites are quite humble. Infolinks approves small sites and sites/blogs hosted on free hosts too.
However, if you any controversial content (hate speech, gambling, nudity etc.), you won’t get approval.
Now check the most important details,
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Chitika is another popular ad networks after AdSense. It is popular in small blogger community and it approves small sites too.
However, if you’ve very low traffic (below 50 hits per day) they Chitika may not show ads. It offers higher CPC rates but for Asian countries, the CPC rates are lower the other ad networks.
Also, Chitika is a popular ad network but not widely suggested. It’s because of very very strict rules for invalid clicks. You may get banned for a single invalid click.
You might have heard this name before. RevenueHits is CPA ad network which means your traffic will be converted into money only when your user takes action, not when the user clicks like in AdSense. So you might be disappointed hearing that but it actually depends on your users and your niche of the blog.
So simply RevenueHits shouldn’t be compared with Adsense. You can use RevenueHits on blogs/sites where AdSense don’t approve.
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There are more Best Ad Networks available for bloggers, we will post about in future posts.