AdSense by Google is known as the best advertising means in the world through which thousands of Muslim bloggers and website owners are making huge income every month. Millions of advertisers have faith in this method of advertising which led bloggers and website owner to earn a lot of money.
However, every blogger cannot survive in this system of advertising due to strict policies, terms and conditions laid by Google and high level of competition for specific advertisement. A number of publishers are kicked out due to violation of Google policies that results in forfeit of their earnings.
Look, it’s not a good idea to put all eggs in just one basket especially when there are halal alternatives to Google AdSense. Before continuing, however, let me be clear: I am not suggesting that any of these (including Google) AdSense is haram or that one is more halal over the other. As a matter of fact, I even wrote an article on how to make your AdSense ads halal.
Each one of us is individually responsible to make sure our ads are legit and that responsibility is different for each of us depending on the topic and niche we’ve selected to blog about. Here are some advertising platforms that you can use to generate huge income with your blog. I want to avoid being repetitive, so I’ll describe 3 of them and link to the others since they are somewhat similar to one another.
Chitika (visit site)
If your blog is getting good amount of traffic from Canada and US, then it is a great alternative of advertising for your blog. With best use of this advertising means, you can monetize your daily visitors easily. Chitika premium advertisement is an excellent advertising platform that offers great opportunity to publishers to earn a potentially huge income from the hits they get on a daily basis. In this advertising network, ads will only show-up to targeted audience which is a great benefit of Chitika.
This means that visitors other than US or Canada origin will not see the advertisements at all. This enables you to offer great posts or articles to your visitors without annoying them with irrelevant ads. On the other hand, you can generate income with ads, as the visitors from US and Canada origin will see the ads on your blog.
adBrite (visit site)
adBrite is a great halal alternative to Google AdSense that can also help bring in a monthly income Insha’Allah. If you want to become successful with this program, you’ll need a blog with a lot of regular traffic. If you meet their requirements then you’ll choose the ad unit you think is good for your audience. You can choose ads for in-line text, content, full page, or banners – similar to AdSense.. After you’ve earned $100, you will get your payment through check.
Bidvertiser (visit site)
If you want to abandon AdSense then here is yet another good halal alternative to AdSense for you to try. This advertisement platform is quite similar to AdSense. However, publishers get one great advantage with Bidvertiser: they can withdraw their income once it reaches $10 mark – this might not seem like much but it is slightly motivating to receive the actual money you make without having to hit the $100 mark. It also means that you do not have to wait for a long time to withdraw their earnings which they get from their blog. There is also less competition in this advertising network when compared to the some of the larger networks like Chitika and, of course, AdSense.
adMarketplace (visit site)
Clicksor (visit site)
Infolinks (visit site)
Kontera (visit site)
The last two (Infolinks and Kontera) are inn-text advertising, which means that instead of permanent banner ad, these will turn the words on your posts into ads for people to click. Some may seem plain, others will have an ad come up when the mouse is placed over it.
If you have a blog, you don’t have to completely depend on Google AdSense for income. Try the above advertising networks that can help you to generate great income through advertising.
Are you using Google AdSense and, if you are, are you fully dependent on it right now to make money? Would you be willing to try other networks at this point or is keeping it simple by sticking with one enough for you? Share your thoughts below.