I am looking for some decent adsense alternatives that are work checking out? i herad of some like adbrite, Edomz.com, Adbrite, and clicksor. just confused which i use before i see many good reviews about all of them. your suggestions would be highy appriciated.

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Tribal Fusion is pretty decent.

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Tribal is especially good if you have a lot of Indian traffic.

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if you're worried about payouts, it means you have a low traffic volume. If this is the case, Adsense is the most contextually sound and reliable advertising once it gets ramped up and efective - otherwise you will work with some sketchy or less-than-average paying advertising networks. Unless you get …

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Google for interestrial ad networks, they pay highest CPM rates, up to $7 per 1000 visits.

Tribal Fusion is pretty decent.

Right, cscgal.
Tribal fusion is good, offers high CPM.

Tribal is especially good if you have a lot of Indian traffic.

adbrite is not bad, and ReachJunction is my favorite.

Google Adsense is the best option to utilize

Thanks guys for useful information. I started in my blog adbrite and edomz.com. both are working ok. I am quite happy with edomz.com because there minimum is only 5$ and they are paying when i reach minimum and adbrite payout is really too high, looks like i will have to wait for long time o reach my 1st payment.

if you're worried about payouts, it means you have a low traffic volume. If this is the case, Adsense is the most contextually sound and reliable advertising once it gets ramped up and efective - otherwise you will work with some sketchy or less-than-average paying advertising networks. Unless you get a very personalized relationship with a network and have a lot of contrl for content, CPMs, and other factors, it's best to use Adsense

commented: That I'll agree with :) +14

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Hey Josh,

I agree with you but I do think that just because it is not Adsense doesnt necessarily mean that it has to be sketchy or lack trustworthiness. I think it's all a matter of doing your research and having a good support team on the other side. Putting a face to the name. Plus, though Adsense is indeed a great network, it can be a bit harsh or unsuitable for small publishers.It never hurts to try!

Thanks for the discussion on high paying cpm networks they were really helpful to me too.

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