If you want to make extra money from your blog, add ads. An advertising network connects internet advertisers with website publishers.

Google AdSense is a popular ad network. It's the most popular pay-per-click (PPC) platform online, used by 10 million websites.

Google AdSense is lightweight, trustworthy, and shares click revenue fairly. You could also try an AdSense alternative.

Now, let's have a look at some of the most effective alternatives to Google Adsense that you can use to increase the amount of money you make from ads.


Media.net offers display advertisements and native ads for PC and mobile; earnings are similar to AdSense.


This cost-per-impression network works directly with authors and advertisers to ensure only high-quality advertising appear on blogs.


Monumetric (previously The Blogger Network) is a blogger-centric advertising network that ensures high-quality, relevant ads on your site.


With Adversal and other self-service systems, you control the ad content and placement on your website.


Popunder adverts, which run behind the active browser window and manifest themselves once this window is closed, are a trademark of PropellerAds.


Revcontent has great publisher and advertiser clientele. It partners with high-traffic publishers to entice advertisers prepared to pay greater commissions.


The Revenue Amplification Managed by Professionals (RAMP) Platform from Playwire combines and enhances the greatest ad technology into a single platform.


InfoLinks scans your site for keywords and correlates advertising with relevant text snippets. A relevant ad appears when a visitor hovers over this text.


Instead of automatically putting adverts on your website, Bidvertiser sells display ad space to the highest-bidding advertiser using a bidding campaign mechanism.


Taboola is a well-known advertising agency that has collaborated with well-known media companies and developed a reputation for producing high-caliber advertisements.