Are you searching for a strategy to promote your Thai blog or website without using Google Adsense?  Try these alternative tools to achieve it.

Thailand became the third country in Southeast Asia to have an internet connection in 1996. In 2019, approximately 50,9% of the population had an internet connection. Thailand also possesses the seventh-highest fixed internet speed, with 206.81 Mbit/s, behind Singapore, South Korea, Hong Kong, Monaco, Romania, and Denmark, according to an Ookla survey from April 2021.

Nowadays, Thailand has a population of 69.88 million people, with 48.59 million of them using the internet. In this regard, between 2020 and 2021, Thailand’s internet users increased by 3.4 million (+7.4%). The country currently has a 69.5 percent internet penetration rate, which is likely to rise in the next years.

As you can see, thanks to enormous technological advancements, the number of registered internet users in this country is steadily increasing. In recent years, an online business, in which people can earn money by maintaining their own blog or website, has grown in popularity.

If you work in this field, you already know how important it is to market your company in order to make money. In this case, Google Adsense could be a useful tool in helping you achieve your aim.

Google AdSense allows publishers of Google content network websites to display adverts that are relevant to the content and audience of their sites in text, images, videos, and interactive media. Google collects, categorizes, and manages the advertising that appears on your site based on the content of your site and the content of your visitors. Advertisers who want to promote their products develop and pay for these advertisements.

Nevertheless, several business owners have raised severe reservations about this platform, including login issues, the fact that the website takes a long time to approve your content, and constant advertising that detracts from the user experience.

If Google Adsense isn’t working for you, try one of these three excellent alternatives:

1- MediaFem

MediaFem connects publishers with global and local brands. It will allow you to monetize and market your website or blog. Its ad types, optimization, and intelligence reports are well-known. You can choose between video, display, native, desktop, and mobile phone options, depending on your preferences.

On mobile apps, MediaFem allows you to display up to five commercials per page and three advertisements per screen. The money they make earns the website a commission. Also, keep in mind that MediaFem only pays publishers if they have a balance of at least $100 at the end of the month. The client will have to wait another 53 days for payment if this happens.

2- Propeller Ads

Propeller Ads is a self-managed advertising network that offers far-reaching and industry-leading ad-serving and improved technologies to online marketers and site publishers.

Unlike other advertising networks that need your website to meet particular standards, one of the distinct benefits is how easy it is to get started. When you sign up, your account is activated, and you may begin purchasing nearly immediately.

They allow any website that abides with their unwritten terms and conditions. Propeller Ads is definitely what you’re searching for if you just established your website today and have a few visitors, or if you attract thousands of new perspectives every day.


MGID could be the platform for you if you’re a marketer looking to get started with a self-service platform.

You can create more ad impressions while focusing on your company’s demands and marketing objectives with MGID‘s self-service option and a variety of ad layouts. With real-time analytics, this native advertising platform also allows you to easily and quickly expand the reach of your company’s ad publication.

Also published on Medium.