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I know Google Adwords is a powerful online advertising tool in fact is the best online advertising tool. However I am wondering if are some alternatives to Google Adwords that offer pay-per-click, cost-per-click (CPC) advertising, cost-per-thousand-impressions or cost-per-mille (CPM) advertising, and site-targeted advertising for text, banner, and rich-media ads?
I am pretty sure there are many Adwords alternatives but do they offer the same as Google Adwords?
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Google Adwords currently is the leading pay-per-click advertising program. However Google Adwords has very strict terms and conditions that causes many advertisers to turn away, searching for Adwords alternatives. So if you are one of those advertisers then you may find this list interesting:

Top 10 Alternatives to Google AdWords

1.Bidvertiser
2.Chitika
3.InfoLinks
4.Intellilinks
5.Kontera
6.Exit Junction
7.Clicksor
8.Skimlinks
9.Dynamic Oxygen
10.B4PSAds.com
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(07-30-2013 05:25 PM)Maria Wrote:  Google Adwords currently is the leading pay-per-click advertising program. However Google Adwords has very strict terms and conditions that causes many advertisers to turn away, searching for Adwords alternatives. So if you are one of those advertisers then you may find this list interesting:

Top 10 Alternatives to Google AdWords

1.Bidvertiser
2.Chitika
3.InfoLinks
4.Intellilinks
5.Kontera
6.Exit Junction
7.Clicksor
8.Skimlinks
9.Dynamic Oxygen
10.B4PSAds.com

Maria you forgot the biggest next to AdWords and that is Bing/Yahoo Advertising. If you have not used them you are missing out on a MASSIVE audience that in most cases converts at a higher rate than with Google. The main reason this is due to the fact that Bing is used generally by an older crowd in the US, which in turn is also the demographic that has lots of disposable income.

Bing can be just as powerful if not more powerful than AdWords depending on what type of traffic and conversions you are trying to do. I honestly do not get why so many people do not use them and why they are afraid to even try and see what types of conversions they can get from their traffic. I personally think Bing does a better job if you need traffic from a very specific age range, their algo seems to nail it pretty well.
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LOL, you're right chod! How can you forget Bing/Yahoo Advertising it's like going to work without your pants! Bing/Yahoo Advertising is almost as big as Google pay-per-click advertising, it's not as big but you understand what I mean?
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So you use AdWords to sell ads or what how exactly AdWords works?
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You can try Bing ads or Facebook ads.
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Another alternative would be Bluagile. They have pop, mobile, display, retargeting and even FB retargeting
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Facebook paid ads are a great alternative, especially if you are targeting a younger audience. Facebook is the number one social network and (almost) the whole world has an account with it. Facebook ads offer lots of targeting options ‐ you can choose age, location, gender, hobbies of the audience to watch your ads. However, do have in mind that with Facebook generally the click through is lower, so don't get discouraged if on Facebook you get fewer clicks on your ads than on other networks ‐ this is pretty normal.

Bing and Yahoo are Google's competitors not only in the area of search engines but also in online ads. Yahoo!/Bing Ads, formerly known as Microsoft AdCenter appeared after the ad networks of Microsoft and Yahoo! joined forces in order to beat Google AdWords. Yahoo!/Bing ads isn't a cheap alternative to AdWords but you should also consider it because it is really good. Basically they offer search advertising (i.e. ads are placed in the search results of Bing search engine) and if you manage to correctly identify your keywords, you can see huge results.

The biggest online marketplace is also a huge ad board. Amazon Product Ads place your ads on product pages. This makes the positioning very targeted because if a user is reading about a product similar to yours, your ads are likely to catch his or her attention. Since Amazon sells everything but space ships, it is a good alternative for almost any niche because chances are there will be numerous products in your niche to publish your ads alongside.

In addition to the big three AdWords alternatives (i.e. Facebook, Yahoo!/Bing ads, and Amazon), there are many smaller ones that still serve millions of impressions a month. One of them is Clicksor. It isn't the cheapest alternative because it has $0.05 cents a click minimum but it is a good one because its conversions are known to be excellent. If clicks are expensive for you, check the other forms of ads offered by Clicksor, such as popunders and interstitials that are CPM or mixed CPM + clicks.

In terms of cost, 7Search is probably the most cost-effective ad network. It has low per click minimums, high conversions (though this depends on the niche) but also high numbers of fraudulent clicks, as some marketers complain. Nevertheless, even with these allegedly high numbers of fraudulent clicks, it is still a very good alternative to Google AdWords.
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You can try facebook ads
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Facebook paid ads are a great alternative, especially if you are targeting a younger audience. Facebook is the number one social network and (almost) the whole world has an account with it. Facebook ads offer lots of targeting options ‐ you can choose age, location, gender, hobbies of the audience to watch your ads. However, do have in mind that with Facebook generally the click through is lower, so don't get discouraged if on Facebook you get fewer clicks on your ads than on other networks ‐ this is pretty normal.
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You can choose Facebook or bing ads
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Bing & yahoo ads
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the charge as your way applies only when a video ad or Remarketing
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