Are looking for a list of the very best Google AdSense alternatives available in Nigeria?
I have carried out all the research necessary and will provide you with a list of the very best contextual advertisement companies you can register with apart from AdSense.
Google AdSense alternatives are in large abundance on the web; however, not all of them are available in Nigeria.
Limitations can be due to geographical restriction or reception of funds in Nigeria.
The major reason Nigerians can’t register with several ad platforms and Affiliate programs online is because PayPal doesn’t allow Nigerians to receive money.
Consequently, any AdSense alternative that limits reception of funds to just PayPal becomes inaccessible to Nigerians.
All the AdSense alternatives I’ll list in this publication will include a breakdown of how you can also receive your funds in Nigeria.
There can be no doubt, whatsoever, that Google AdSense is the best contextual advertisement company on the web.
Not just because it is owned by Google, it’s one of the oldest and most organized ad platform on the web.
Although AdSense is the most popular ad platform on the web, people are always in search of alternatives.
Apart from all that, you can also decide to register with another ad platform to complement your money making strategy.
AdSense works very well with other ad networks, provided your blog doesn’t violate the Google ads placement policy.
Here the best 5 Google AdSense alternatives available in Nigeria:
Media.net is one of the biggest AdSense alternatives you can find out there. It’s owned by Yahoo! and Bing, and is operated in a very similar fashion to AdSense.
When you register with Media.net, you gain access to their thousands of Advertisers worldwide.
After reaching a minimum balance of $100 in your account, you can withdraw your funds using PayPal or Bank Wire transfer.
Like I said earlier, PayPal funds reception is not available in Nigeria; However, you can receive your funds using the Bank Wire Transfer method of payment.
Infolinks claims to have the third largest publisher Marketplace worldwide and rightly so. According to present Alexa stats, it’s ranked among the top 15,000 websites worldwide.
I consider Infolinks to be one of the very best alternatives to Google AdSense you can find out there. Visit Infolinks to find out more!
Also, Infolinks offer a wide range of optional withdrawal methods which include: Bank Wire transfer, check, Payoneer, etc. which makes it an advertisement company suitable for Nigerians.
Viglink is an out-bound traffic monetization service for webmasters. It was founded in 2009 and has been growing ever since.
It is currently ranked among the top 10,000 websites in the world, just so you know it’s not a small company.
It is also another massive AdSense alternative you can register with easily and start monetizing your site.
After reaching the minimum payout for publishers, which is set at $20, you can withdraw your earnings using Bank Wire transfer; which unfortunately, is the only method of payment accessible to Nigerians.
Chitika is a search-targeted advertising company founded in May 2003. It is located in the United States and available worldwide.
It is another very popular Google AdSense alternative available to Nigerian bloggers.
Chitika is listed in this post not just because you can easily withdraw your earnings in Nigeria, but because it’s one of the best options you have out there.
If you don’t have a Payoneer account yet, follow this guide to open one now.
Adversal is a popular display advertisement company that has been in business since 2003.
I consider Adversal a very good alternative to Google AdSense for Nigerian Bloggers. However, it’s approval procedure and requirements is slightly different from that of Google AdSense.
Publishers are required to get a minimum of 50,000 page views per month before they can get an Adversal account.
After reaching a minimum of $20 in your account, you can withdraw you Adversal earnings using Bank Wire transfer, which is available to Nigerian publishers.
Like I said earlier, although there are several alternatives to AdSense, it’s safe to say none really measures up to the standard and level of organization of AdSense.
So, if the reason you’re looking to get an alternative platform is because you were not able to get approval from AdSense, you can have a look at my FAQ on AdSense.
In that post, I explained how I got my Nigerian AdSense account in one month of blogging.
Also, make sure you don’t place more than two add codes on your site of different companies. Doing that may lead to you violating Google beta ads policy.