Have you tried to use Google Adsense on your American website and it wasn’t what you expected? Then you should definitely try these three alternatives.

Google Adsense is a Google ad network that allows website publishers in the Google Network of content sites to provide text, image, video, or interactive media advertisements that are relevant to the site’s content and audience. This allows you to earn money on a per-click or per-impression basis.

However, there are some issues with the platform that some clients have mentioned a couple of times, like login issues or the fact that it makes the website a long time to approve your content. Besides, the requirements to enter this supply-side platform are quite hard to follow, especially if your website is new.  


Because of this, it can probably be hard to use Adsense as an American publisher. Having in mind that the USA in the third country with the most internet users, then monetizing a website is probably an amazing idea, since you can get a high profit out of it. 

To do that, you need to find the perfect ad network, and if you haven’t found what you were looking for in Adsense, then you should check these three alternatives:

1. MediaFem

MediaFem is an ad network with more than 12 years of experience that connects content websites with advertisers via programmatic platforms (such as Google Ad Manager), charging a fee on on-site revenue generated by the software. It has created a set of codes for what is known as customized marketing, which allows all advertising to reach those who are interested in what is being given.

With MediaFem you may choose from a variety of positioning options, all of which can be customized to match the style and aesthetic of your website. It supports all video, display, mobile, and native formats, as well as a variety of header bidding choices for real-time bidding.

This ad network does not charge any upfront expenses when paying in Net53 terms because they use a revenue-sharing model of 70% for publishers. These percentages are unaffected by external factors and remain consistent independent of a publisher’s geographic location. Keep in mind that MediaFem only rewards publishers who have at least $100 in their account at the end of the month. If this happens, you’ll have to wait 53 days for the payment to be fulfilled

2. Adversal

Adversal is a simple ad-serving platform that allows you to put up native advertisements in a matter of minutes. The platform provides an easy-to-use interface that allows you to easily start, halt, and pause your ad campaigns.

It also enables you to include video, display, and native advertisements on your website or blog. There is a built-in tag management system that filters adverts and detects and prevents different types of fraud.

Keep in mind that in order to open an Adversal account, you must have a minimum of 50,000 page views each month. In addition, your site must have its own domain name in order to be qualified.

3. Carbon Ads

Carbon Ads is an excellent ad platform to use if the majority of your clients and readers are engineers or designers. As a tech-based website or blog, you may display advertising that is extremely targeted to these categories, increasing the likelihood that your readers will interact more and you will earn more money.

The advertising featured here is incredibly high quality and highly targeted, as you would expect from design-based ads, so you can ensure your website continues to look amazing. However, there are a few requirements you must follow in order to be approved for an account, such as monthly page views and has a vacancy open in their advertisements program.

Also published on Medium.