Webmaster at quickregister.net
05 April 2006 16:30pm
Does anyone have a viable Adsense alternative? I love Adsense and I am totally impressed but I believe in putting your eggs in different baskets. (I just cashed my first check. $7900!)I registered for the beta Yahoo program but they sent me an email saying that it is not yet ready. Ideas?
Director at Commercial Reality Ltd
05 April 2006 16:51pm
It depends on what your site is about. There are a range of alternatives including Chitika of course but that may not be suitable for you. Many sites report it as being highly profitable though.
Also, you could take a look at Affiliate Sensor which may also be too specialist for you - it creates AdSense like ads but they can only be linked to information products sold via clickbank.
CEO at Econsultancy
06 April 2006 10:04am
I guess you're looking for a system whereby you don't have the sell the actual ads? If you're happy to do the ad selling but want a technology platform which will do Adsense style ad serving on your site (i.e. you get to keep all the click revenues etc.) then I understand Platefood do this (http://www.platefood.com/ - not much to see at the moment...).
SEO at Cheapflights Media
06 April 2006 10:19am
There is a long list of AdSense alternatives over at Threadwatch.
From what I've heard Chitika has had some problems and didn't turn out to be as profitable for many as it initially looked like it would be. There was quite a lot of talk about this in fact so much that by the time I had my account set up I was quite put off the idea of using them. I will run a test when I get some other priorities dealt with.
Managing Director at Shine Marketing
07 April 2006 10:07am
Yahoo (formerly overture) Miva (formerly e-spotting) and Mirago all offer similar products, however Adsense has been a lot more willing to offer their service to smaller publishers in the past. Yahoo and Miva in particular only work with publishers who already deliver significant page impressions.
For smaller publishers Mirago are easier to get onto and offer a higher % of revenues, their integration is a lot more flexible from a design point of view. However, with much fewer ads running the match to your site content isn't as good and prices per click won't have been pushed up as far
I also don't think their technology for detecting page content is as smart as Adsense.
Overall I'd stick with Adsense if you're a small site, but investigate options with the other big networks if you're delivering 1 million plus impressions per month, especially in rich PPC segments like finance of gambling.
24 April 2006 23:13pm
Hi! Give it a try with http://www.click-share.com
I've been working with them for a couple of months and I'm very pleased. They also provide text and products ads.
04 July 2006 12:52pm
I would recomend Click Share too. I've used them for 2 months and i just received my first payment.
01 September 2006 16:14pm
yes, i'm satisfied with the results too,i 've been using click-share.com for 3 months, a friend advised me to choose them,because he had a lot of complains about all the others he had used before click-share. and since then i have no problems.
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