When trying to monetize your website, you may decide you want to use Google Adsense or something of the sort to create some passive income. Deciding which platform is best for your website depends on your traffic levels as well as the amount of content on the website.
While some platforms will allow you to join at any level of traffic, many of the higher paying programs require 15,000 or more visitors per month to even be considered. This is a quick breakdown of our favorite ad platforms at each level.
This is usually the first stop for most people trying to advertise on their website. There are settings to change how many ads are displayed, as well as where they are displayed on the page.
Media.net is the top competitor to Adsense and is a product of Bing and Yahoo. Used by popular names worldwide, this is one of the largest contextual ad networks in the world.
Contextual ads means your readers are seeing ads related to previous searches. This improves the user experience as well as increasing conversions for the ads. These content-driven publishers will take advantage of a huge search market to maximize your ad revenue.
a direct AdSense competitor run by Yahoo and Bing. It is one of the world’s largest contextual ad networks and is used by household names all over the world.
Its contextual ads allow you to monetize your content with exclusive access to searches from the Yahoo! Bing network. The marketplace gives you access to content-driven publishers, so you can maximize your ad revenue and take advantage of a huge search market.
Media.net was the first to develop a server-side header bidding platform, which can be fully managed, allowing you to make the most of programmatic display with minimal effort.