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Adsense and gambling related websites

foufoutom asked 1 year ago
Hi there !

I am considering using something like adsense on my website to increase my revenue.

However, Google don’t accept gambling-related websites for their adsense program.

Do you have another alternative ? A program similar to Adsense which accepts gambling websites ? Which one do you use and which one is the best one ?

Thank you for your advice !

Thomas :wavey:

8 Answers
LadyHoldem answered 1 year ago
I tried clicksor once, didn’t make much money and recently deleted it, I’m kinda back and forth with adbright now.. I do like the set up, and the lil bid for adds on my site, mostly because it’s a gambling content site, and I think once it gets pr’d and get’s some decent ranking, it should have some market value where linking is concerned.. but for now, im not real thrilled with the lack customization available to me…

I did do quite a bit of homework after my penny per click exp at clicksor though, and it seems to be a decent alternative to adsense.

~LadyH

foufoutom answered 1 year ago
Thank you LadyHoldem for your advice.

I will definitely have a look at adbright. It seems to be interesting.

Any other suggestions ?

Thank you :smoker:

SpectraGames answered 1 year ago
I wasn’t happy with my short trial with AdBrite (as an advertiser)

foufoutom answered 1 year ago
Thank you for your answer, I am not really happy with adbrite either.

My website still does not have many visitors, so they don’t buy my advertising space, and Adbrite does not use it to display network ads… Only once from time to time, and one each time, no more…

So there is NO good alternative to google adsense ?

mikepcbeach answered 1 year ago
Just MHO….
I would avoid adbrite at all costs. A salesman contacted me about their new features, so I thought I’d give them a whirl. I set up one text ad and 2 banner exposures, set the max budget to $100 each, and geo-targeted them. My ads were pending approval when I checked them about 1 am on a weekday morning, checked them again about 9:30am the same day. They had maxed out all my budgets in about 8 hours, clicks on my text ads went straight to my page, not onespent more than 15 seconds on my site or had more than one page view. The banner ads went to the 7 sultans $50 free and blackjack ballroom $500 free play landing pages ( I used the stock banners for those promos, quite clear about what was being offered)


out of almost 700 clicks NOT ONE even download the software and played the free credits. $300 down the drain, maxed out in the wee hours of a weekday morning. At least Adster catches a good percentage of bad clicks and refunds them. There are some terrific “power” sites in the adbrite network, if you use them I strongly suggest buying the flat rate ads from these well-known sites. Following the referring urls led me to several sites whose sole purpose was to encourage click fraud. You can filter these sites kinda like on Adsense, but only after they’ve robed you blind. The rep told me he would have his fraud team look into it, but I haven’t heard anything and I’m not holding my breath.

foufoutom answered 1 year ago
Thank you for your comment Mike.

Many people told me about their bad experience with adbrite as advertisers. Many clicks very quickly, but no conversion ever.

Does anybody have any good experience with these guys as a publisher ? (I currently use them as a publisher, not as an advertiser).

Also, does anybody have quite a good experience with another alternative to google adsense as a publisher ?

Thank you.

mikepcbeach answered 1 year ago
I get decent results from Adster….not terrific, but OK…at the very least they seem to work hard to catch multiple clicks on multiple ads from the same ip, and they do SOME screening of publishers. You can get some decent rates on flat rates from some of the sites with 100k+ pageviews a day. Exoclick seems to send decent traffic, just don’t expect much of it. Maybe 3 or 4 hits a day, but at least the traffic is real based on looking at their pageviews and exit links. Cheap too. First time I tried GoClick it work out well, 4 conversions on $75 worth of advertising, second time I dumped in $200, raied my bid and got nada, so it’s either rigged or just too much of a crapshoot. I am also looking for a good PPC engine so if you come across something that works, please let me know. Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Blessed Kwanzaa, or a wonderful secular winter solstice to all!:noel:

foufoutom answered 1 year ago
Thanks Mike for your review about Network Ad services !

I’ve just registered with adster as a publisher (as I told you, I am more interested in registering as a publisher than as an advertiser) and I already got some clicks and a few cents <span title=” title=”” class=”bbcode_smiley” />

I will keep you updated on this post after a while as I am using a few services like this one (I’ve just been using them for a very short period, so I will tell you later).

Merry Chrismas !

Thomas :kisser: