The setup isn’t anything new… but it sure happens fast! Websites can be approved in just one hour on business days, and up to 12 hours on weekends.
Once your domain is approved, individual visitors are then shown a popunder ad once every 24 hours.
You might think limiting ad time limits revenue opportunities, but on the flipside it provides a better user experience, and ensures visitors don’t always have ads in their face.
If you want, you can use PopCash alongside other advertising platforms to diversify and bring in added income.
The platform also comes with a low minimum withdrawal limit ($10), and you can request to be paid through PayPal, Paxum, wire transfer, and more.
Transfers usually take around 24 to 48 hours. You also get to keep 80% of the revenue you earn from advertisers.
If you’re in need of assistance, staff are always on hand to offer fast support via email or Skype.
Bidvertiser offers website and blog owners an easy set up process, along with a unique payment model.
However, it does present users with a slight dilemma…
When you register for this platform you’ll be approved instantly so long as your website doesn’t breach any basic website standards (explicit, misleading, and spammy content etc.).
There is some bad news sadly, another reason it’s so easy to get approved is because the ads shown on your website won’t necessarily be related to your content.
Buuut, hold on, all is not lost.
Although the ads shown might not be relevant, they will be some of the top performing ads the platform has access to. So it’ll be largely up to you to decide whether it’s worth showing high performing ads that aren’t related to your website.
If you do choose to stick with Bidvertiser… something unique about the platform is the fact they mix CPM and CPA payments, along with the traditional CPC model.
This basically means you have the opportunity to earn, not only for per click, but per conversion as well.
The ad units you have access to include banners, popups, sliders, and more.
You can also easily integrate with payment providers like PayPal and Bitcoin, and the platform’s withdraw limit is a low $10.
The ads are also scanned 24/7 by a compliance team, as well as internal and third party tools. So you know your website is safe from Malware and inappropriate content.
13. OIO Publisher
OIO Publisher offers a PHP ad management script and a WordPress plugin to monetize your blog through ads.
Although, there are a couple of details you should be aware of when it comes to this plugin:
First, it does come with a small set up cost and isn’t free like the other AdSense alternatives on this list.
Second, to get the most out of OIO, you’ll need to be proactive in finding the best advertisers and deals yourself.
But aside from that, once everything is in motion this plugin is one of the most cost-effective AdSense alternatives.
Because with this plugin there are no middle people involved, and you keep 100% of the revenue.
As well as this, you’ll get paid up front and you won’t have to wait for payouts. You also don’t risk being banned or losing your earnings.
Once you’ve installed the plugin (you’ll find plenty of documentation on how to do this), you can search the OIO marketplace and begin reaching out to advertisers.
There’s Plenty Of Life Beyond AdSense
If you’ve been thinking about monetizing your blog or website, the best thing you can do is survey all of the options available to you.
Although AdSense is the top player in this department… any one of the platforms mentioned in this article would make a great alternative.
You could even argue that some may be better than AdSense depending on what you’re trying to achieve.
While the platform has been sitting at the top hill for some years, others have been quietly carving out their own niches and catering to specific customer needs.
For example, if you want to specifically run push notifications you might use a specialist platform like Evadav. Or if you want to only show native editorial content you might go with Revcontent.
What you choose will largely come down to the type of blog you’re trying to monetize and the content you’re publishing.