Hi Friends, This is my second post about Pay-per-click. In my first post, I already discussed What Pay-per-click (PPC) is? and How Pay-per-click (PPC) works? Also, discussed some famous network for PPC. Please refer my first post.
It is an another list of (PAY PER CLICK) PPC AD Network for Publishers:
Chitika is another alternative that only serves contextual ads and offers a CPC program. You can customize your ads and use them along with, if not instead of, Google Adsense with no problems. It is also the famous platform of pay per click basis of Search Targeted Ads, Local ads, and Mobile Ads. Chitika ads are accepted only organic traffic driven by Search engines. So you will only earn revenue from clicks if you have good visitor flow from search engines. Chitika Offers high CPC rates as compared to others but the little bit low as compared to Adsense. But instead of others, it is also good Adsense alternative. The best thing? They have a small minimum threshold of $10 if getting paid via Paypal. If you’re opting to get paid via check, the threshold is $50.
Requirement:- Organic Search Traffic is required for earning.
Ad Format:- Display banner ads, Text Ads.
Payout:- $10 via PayPal and $50 via Cheque
Infolinks is In-text link based PPC ad network. If you have the text based rich site or blog then Infolinks is the best choice for earn some revenue. The best part of Infolinks is they don’t need and space for banners. Infolinks show targeted ads for any relevant keyword from your content. You can also use keyword Tag cloud from Infolinks on your site or Infolinks can be used as search ads. Infolinks don’t cover the spaces so that’s why you can use other ads banner from Adsense or another alternative to earn more revenue for site content.
Ad Format:- In-text ads, Search ads or In Tag cloud.
Payment:- Minimum Pay out $50 via PayPal or wire transfer.
Infolinks is one of the best ways to implement in-text advertising on your blog. It offers publishers a 70% revenue share and follows a PPC (pay-per-click) model. In-text ads are double-underlined words on a page that show up as ads when clicked.
Infolinks also offers other options such as in search ads, vintage ads, and in frame ads.