Many people are looking for an AdSense alternative, and there can be several reasons for that:
You might have noticed that I’ve never had any AdSense ads on this blog, for instance. No? Ah… but well, I haven’t. And that was on purpose.
Since everybody can create AdWords ads, this blog could end up having an advert for a product I definitely not recommend. And you would think that I had placed that advert there.
So no AdSense on this blog, so until now I just didn’t have any ads, or only the odd advert for Hostgator or something.
Then entered this little – free – plugin that can be a game-changer. Why?
Let’s look at WHY AdSense got so popular in the first place.
If you’d tried to maintain a blog or website BEFORE AdSense, you know why.
One day, you got your banner code, put it online on your 714 articles, and then the next day, you received a message about this campaign no longer running.
Remove all 714 banner codes; find a new; put them online, etc. etc.
HARD WORK – no, maybe not hard, but time-consuming and BO-O-RING!
AdSense works in a quite different way. You put ONE code online, and depending on the words you have in your articles, you get served the right ads. Those adverts used the context to figure out what people would be interested in clicking on.
No more tedious, boring work – only money streaming in.
If you didn’t want to use AdSense, you had little choice. It was back to the boring banners, or you could try your luck with Yahoo ads, if you wrote in English.
A few days ago, that became a situation of the past, because of a new, free, plugin that serves you ads depending on what tags you use for your blog posts.
Contextual ads, not necessarily related to AdSense.
The plugin is called Related Ads and it’s free. I don’t know why, because it could easily be priced $97 in my opinion. I love that they don’t even write that on their page, by the way. I hate that kind of hype, but I hope you don’t mind that I say it here.
Anyway, you install the plugin, and you create an ad group. To each ad group, you can have several ads. You can then show those ads in widgets, or directly in your blog posts by adding either the short code, they provide you with, or the php code.
But when you go to the site, you can see the short video that will explain it all: => http://relatedadsplugin.com/download/foxladi
I’ve copied a little bit of text from the plugin’s page and added my comments between brackets:
Let me know what you think about this AdSense alternative in the comments.