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Google AdSense Discontinues | What Are The Best Alternatives?



Google is discontinuing the AdSense app for iOS and Android in the next few months.


By the end of 2019, the AdSense will be permanently removed from all app stores according to Google.


Google promises that the termination of Google AdSense on the mobile devices will not come at a total loss. Google promises that they will make many changes for the web interference.


They claim there will be a better mobile browser to switch over to when the AdSense application is no longer available. This unfortunately gets in the way of frequent users of the Google AdSense on mobile devices.


With well over 50% of businesses relying on their mobile device to keep them updated regularly, this made the discontinuation of the app very inconvenient and many individuals are getting irate.


Google says the decision for the AdSense app was made after the company optimized its mobile strategy. So all we can do now is be patient about the change and trust that Google will deliver on its new and improved AdSense experience.


During this time there will be plenty of AdSense alternatives that you may take advantage of and that have a great mobile experience. Here are our top choices.





1. Amazon Affiliate Program

Amazon affiliate program is program to get revenue if your blog talks about products that are sold on Amazon. If you sell on Amazon showcase products for other sellers it would be a win-win situation. You even earn a nice 10% commission on each sell that goes through your site!



2. BuySellAds


BuySellsAds has been a long time alternative to Google AdSense. It makes buying and selling ads a breeze. It also offers a diverse set of tools for publishers such as: display ads, RSS feed ads, sponsored tweets, image and text, links, sponsored content, email newsletter ads, and even the ability to create custom ads.


This route allows for appealing opportunities for our advertisers and marketing agencies, all built into a easy to use platform that makes distributing ads fluently.



3. InfoLinks

InfoLinks has one of the highest click-through-rate in the industry, and goes head to head with Google Adsense in a lot of tiers. Marketers see the highest ROI and publishers enjoy the highest earnings.


You are paid in Infolinks on the basis of Pay-per-Click of the ads and not on the actual impressions on the links. This may take time to garner a relevant income and can take months before actually seeing some revenue. There is threshold limit for payment which is the only downfall of this Google AdSense alternative but you can use Infolinks with any other ad networks.



4. Ezioc

Ezoic is a platform that allows digital publishers to optimize their ads, layouts, distribution, and more. Publishers use Ezoic to manage website performance and capitalize on opportunities to grow traffic and revenue.


Ezoic partners with big names such as; AOP (Association of Online Publishers), Forbers, Google Ads and even Google Adsense!



5. Komoona

The Komoona platform is based on header bidding adaptor and simple JavaScript tags. They claim their "algorithm weighs bids in nanoseconds to ensure that you get top dollar for every impression sold."


Google Adsense will always be a great staple in this industry, having these other alternatives in your disposal can definitely fill in the gap that AdSense will make when they discontinue their mobile interference. The actual date of termination is TBA, but expect the transition towards the end of the year.