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Friday, October 28, 2011

Adsense choices Part 2

Bidvertiser (http://www.bidvertiser.com/)
Similar AdSense, Bidvertiser displays text advertisements inward your page. But the difference lies in the fact that advertisers bid over your advertising space, guaranteeing you earn as much income as you potentially can. This also means that bids will increase over time, earning you even more cash. You also get a extraordinary way to customize your advertisements with a really comfortable to use tool and elaborated reports on your web site condition.




Quigo AdSonar (http://www.quigo.com/adsonarpublishers.htm)
Quigo AdSonar achieves relevancy by locating a filter according to your web site categories. It also offers you on-line reports of your web site status and the possibility to add your own customised advertisements replacement advertisements that don't make you any money. The setup is really simple, in a similar style to AdSense's and quite customizable as well.


Vibrant Media IntelliTXT (http://www.intellitxt.com/site/web_01a.html)
Vibrant Media IntelliTXT offers user-activated advertisements, highlighting certain words inside the article of the page and laying out relevant advertisements while an user hovers his mouse over them. It uses a pay-for-performance pricing scheme and can easily be applied along with other advertising methods, because it is unobtrusive. It places you fully control, allowing you to easily integrate it within your web site with some simple JavaScript.


Nixxie (http://www.nixxie.com/display.php?section=Partners)
Nixxie claims to hold a technology that can read and understand your web site, enabling it to showing the most relevant article to your web site. Rather than text advertisements, Nixie also features price comparison listings as well as live auction advertising. It's very easy to implement and gets a good payment policy as well.


MIVA AdRevenue Xpress (http://www.miva.com/us/content/partners/arx.asp)
MIVA AdRevenue Xpress is targeted towards small and mid-sized publishers. It implements Search Box functionality and also features things like a Category Directory as well as the handling of 404 error pages. It can be integrated with your page using a simple on-line wizard.


Fastclick (http://www.fastclick.com/publish.html)
Fastclick offers you an impressive 65 percent of what it gains from a click on your website. Payments are done every month, thru PayPal or through checks. The advertisements can be initialized any way you'd like, and Fastclick even offers a free support service for its members and no fees are required to register with the service. 






ContextWeb ContextAd (http://www.contextweb.com/Corporate/publisher/publisher.shtml)
ContextAd offers the possibility of contextual ads for dynamic pages, meaning advertisements will change as soon as your page does. It's very easily to apply and free to sign up for and offers a transparent payment policy. The advertisements are fully customizable and real-time reports are available 24/7. 


AdBrite (http://www.adbrite.com/)
AdBrite offers publishers the possibility of integrating text advertisements in their pages. These are done on your own rates, with the websites you approve by hand so it bares a few similarities with a classic advertising scheme. You also have the choice of adding a "Your Add Here" button that buyers can immediately click to advertisement space on your page. It can also be used in conjunction with Google AdSense, maximizing your CTR and offering advertisers the possibility of displaying their links in your Google AdSense space. You've full control over the look and experience of your advertisements and at last, you get an unbelievable 75% of what the advertiser pays for on every click.


So, as you are able to see there are a lot of offers for this kind of advertising, and a lot of hybrids supported AdSense like advertising. Also, a lot of services can work together with AdSense to earn you an even greater amount of income for your advertisement space.

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