Saturday, 14 December 2013

Alternatives to Google AdSense

Alternatives to Google AdSense

If you are searching for alternatives to Google AdSense, you probably had some problems with your account or are just researching around to make sure you are using the best option for your site. Sometimes with Google, you can have a suspended account or be refused advertising and it’s not really clear why.

You can even lose money with the abrupt stop of service and any time income stops, a site owner or administrator can be in real trouble and with absolutely no control over the situation or how to remedy it. Accounts can be suspended if the wrong robot software or script clicked ads multiple times, or other activities no one can really foresee or forestall.

The best thing to do is be prepared or have several sources to maintain income. If you can’t rely on Google AdSense 100% of the time, it makes sense to look for an alternative, as backup, substitute or for simultaneous service, that is consistent in counting views and impressions, the percentage of share that they give to the publisher and satiability and stability of the account.

Having tried several alternative ad revenue providers or advertising and marketing networks, I have found out all too well that not all work consistently and usually one or more disadvantages surfaces. One that has risen above the fray and has all of the benefits without any apparent downfalls is

 Here are just some of the features for advertising and marketing network that I found very positive for my sites and business overall:

• provides 80% share for publishers, far more than most providers, including Google AdSense.

• Publisher accounts get approved in 24 hours or less, often less to even start having ads placed. ELeavers will approve accounts using blogs or free hosting and free domains such as domains from .

• Publishers do not need to create separate ads units or accounts for each domain you have. You can use the very same ads at any number of domains you own or manage. This is one of the best features, which makes it much easier for publishers with multiple sites that can and do effectively share the same ads with one account, rather than one for each domain.

Then payments and logins are all managed from one place and much faster.

• ELeavers has the best fraud detection in the industry. The site has their own in-house fraud detection system which automatically deducts any invalid clicks or invalid views from your account. Publishers need not worry about any needless account suspensions for actions out of their control, even if a software/script kept viewing and clicking adverting. Your account will remain active and earnings are unaffected.

• allows upto 3 advertisement blocks per page and displays the highest bidders whose content matches your site’s audience.

• ELeavers pays publishers with Paypal, but will work with you to make payments through other sites/services depending on country, like Moneybookers,, Alertpay and even wire transfer where necessary.

And minimum for payment is only $10. After a full year trying out competitors and pay per click services, I can honestly assert that I could not find a better alternative or supplement to Google AdSense than

It is ideal to replace or complement as neither service precludes effective use of the other on the same site, even at the same time. My conclusion, from experience, trial and error is that eLeavers is not only the best, but the only viable alternative to Google AdSense for maximum monetization.


  1. As advertiser with them since 6 the last months, here are my observations:
    In first 5 months, I used to get with every 10,000 impressions 100 click and 2 sales.
    Since last month they add country targeting ads, so you can select to which countries your ads should show, since then with lots of trial and error, I started to get better results.
    Now I get these statistics: 5,000 impressions 100 clicks and 8 sales. these are averages and not exact figures.


  2. eleavers is the best advertising solutions for all affilate marketing