Friday, October 16, 2009

Top 10 Ad Programs for Web Publishers

If you are a Blogger, Webmaster or a Web Publisher you always seeks to best ad programs for your website to earn good revenue. Running a TEXT or IMAGE ads is one of the most popular method. Text or Image ads are shown which match the content of the pages. Contextual ads are often displayed to the right or left of website, or as blocks within sections of the text.

Apart from Google's Adsense there are some good ad programs for Bloggers, Webmasters and Web Publishers. Here I am sharing some good and free ad programs for you:

1) Yahoo Publisher Network

Yahoo Publisher NetworkWorks very similar to Google's Adsense program. You design your own ads, choosing colors and formats, then paste some code on your page. You'll be paid per click. Advanced ad targeting and display capabilities can sometimes improve your results. You can choose to be paid via Paypal once your earnings are $50.00, or a check when you hit $100.00.

2) Adbrite

AdbriteA variety of ad formats to choose from. You can run text ads, banners, inline ads or even full page ads. You can choose to approve or reject ads before they appear on your site. Pays monthly with the default minimum check amount of $100.00. Once your site is approved, ads will appear within 24 hours of your pasting the code. Adbrite has no policy against using other ad networks on your site at the same time.

3) Kontera

KonteraContextually relevant ads and ad units which are linked to keywords on your web page. Ads displayed will match the content of your site. For your website to be approved it must be in English, be content rich with more than 50 words per page. You can run text, image, billboard, and video ads.

4) Bidvertiser

Bidvertiser.comDisplay text ads on your website and let advertisers bid against each other. Ad formats are skyscrapers, banners, rectangles, buttons. They even have ads for your RSS feeds. Payout is monthly via Paypal once your balance is $10.00. This one pays on a cost per click basis.

5) Chitika's Ads

Chitika's AdsA full service online ad network which serves over two billion monthly impressions across more than 30,000 websites. Chitika ads are not contextual and can be run on the same page as Adsense. Twenty-four different ad sizes are available. Payment is via Paypal once your account is at $10.00, or a check when you reach $50.00.


Text-Link-Ads.comOnce your site is approved, you insert the code on your page and they sell simple text ads that appear on your site. You have final say over any ads being published. Payments are made via Paypal or Clickbank. You receive 50% of the sale price for each link they serve up. This ad network is acceptable to be run on the same page as Google Adsense as this is not considered contextual advertising.


Quigo.comQuigo offers content-targeted advertising to those with strong traffic. Publishers with 500,000 or more monthly page views are encouraged to apply. Once approved, simply copy and paste the code.

8) Miva

MivaMiva offers a wide variety of ad formats to choose from: content ads, inline ads, search ads. You'll be paid on a per click basis. Payments are made monthly by check or Paypal once your balance reaches $25.00. You can also block competitor ads from appearing on your site.


AffiliatesGarage.comA different type of ad network which allows you to display affiliate ads in an "Adsense Style". You can run Clickbank and Paydotcom text ads on your site or blog and earn up to 75% commission.

10) AmaSense Ads

AmaSense AdsAmaSenseAds is a service that allows you to create Google AdSense styled ads for products (see our example below). It is super easy to use and you can sign up for free. AmaSenseAds allows you to market Amazon products in the most proven ad style format.

If your websites or blog are mainly based on information, network advertising is an excellent option for you to earn an income with little effort on your part. No matter if you use Adsense or another service, it just makes for good dollars and cents.

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