Have you ever tried to get your website approved by Google Adsense but didn’t succeed? Then check these alternatives.

Google Adsense is an ad network run by Google that allows website publishers in the Google Network of content sites to deliver text, pictures, videos, or interactive media adverts that are relevant to the site’s content and audience. With this, you can generate revenue on a per-click or per-impression basis. Sounds great, right?

However, before starting using Adsense you need to check on a few things. First, you need to be 18 years old, have a Gmail account, and a website that meets all their requirements. These are:

  • Your website should be at least 3 months old.
  • You should have at least 30 articles published that are unique and valuable to readers.
  • There is no minimum traffic amount that you should have, however the more, the better.
  • Your content must not violate their policies (check those here https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/10502938?hl=en&ref_topic=1250104).  


These things need to be checked by Adsense before you start seeing any profit, and this can take days, sometimes weeks. In other cases, that approval never arrives and you don’t understand why, since you meet all the requirements. If this is your case, then don’t worry, since there are many ad networks online for you to use.

Here, we put together the best three alternatives for Google Adsense:

1. MediaFem

With over 12 years of expertise, MediaFem is a full-service supply-side platform. It includes a powerful prediction engine that gives publishers tools, intelligence reports, and customization possibilities, all of which are critical to success.

One of its key advantages is the usage of ad styles, which allow you to capture the viewer’s attention on a greater level, resulting in better outcomes and larger earnings. Another key benefit is that MediaFem offers a non-averaged income-sharing system for publishers that is unaffected by their geographical location.

All video, display, mobile, and native formats are also supported by MediaFem. It also often prints advertisements. You have various placement possibilities to select from, all of which may be tailored to your personal taste and aesthetic.

Before signing in, you should check the content requirements here https://www.mediafem.com/faq/ and have in mind that this ad network only pays publishers who have at least $100 in their account at the end of the month. If this occurs, the client will have to wait for the payment to be processed for 53 days.

2. ylliX

ylliX is an advertising network that provides a variety of ad kinds for both desktop and mobile, such as popunder advertisements, mobile redirection, sliders, layer ads, and full-page ads. It provides immediate account approval, reasonable prices, thorough reports, daily payouts, and 100% fill rates, as well as accurate campaign targeting and a self-serve platform that allows you the entire control over your campaigns.
To assure quality and maximize conversions, traffic is sourced from reputable sources, and publishers pay nothing to use ylliX. They also have a substantial referral program, where you may earn up to $100 for each new active publisher or advertiser you bring, plus 2% of their lifetime profits or expenditure.

3. Infolinks

Infolinks is a global advertising platform focused on delivering brand messages to engaged users. The advertisements are entirely adjustable and give a unique positioning to boost click-through rate without interfering with the website’s style and feel. By utilizing a clever algorithm to evaluate relevance and intent, they are able to provide relevant adverts at optimal times. Infolinks offers a marketplace of over 100,000 websites operating in 128 countries and may be easily integrated into a website.


Also published on Medium.