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4:35 pm on Mar 1, 2019 (gmt 0)

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I use Adsense and Exponential to monetize my websites. I've also used Criteo, Adversal, Media.net, Chitika, AdBuff, and Propeller. For one reason or another those last 6 companies to do work for me. What other options are available?
12:47 am on July 4, 2019 (gmt 0)

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Have you tried AdRoll?
1:05 am on July 4, 2019 (gmt 0)

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If you have decent traffic...
If you have a decent, interesting site for your genre...
If you have decent repeat traffic.from loyal site visitors...

You might consider whether Amazon is a fit for your site. I actually started out with Amazon 20+ years ago long before Google, and before AdSense.

Amazon still pays the bills for me.

Casually reading Amazon forums I get the impression the old days where you just signed up and that was that are now long gone. Apparently you can sign up, but your final acceptance seems to be what kind of performance you do actually achieve over time.

It does require a lot of work though, nothing easy like AdSense - you are the prime motivator to a sale - no sale = no income for you.

PS: Stick strictly to the rules, known as the Operating Agreement. Amazon has one trillion and one ways of tricking up people who think they are "smarter than the average bear" - AdSense are amateurs in comparison in that area.
11:09 am on July 7, 2019 (gmt 0)

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Read here, some years ago, about the eBay Partner Program. It 's doing well for me. But again , it depends of the niche, and it requires some work to find the right items to promote based on your audience.