Bidvertiser Offers Something That Adsense Doesn’t

Bidvertiser are quite possibly one of the most irritating advertising networks that I have ever had a business relationship with. Loads of people seemed to love them which is why I finally took the plunge a couple of years ago and opened an account with them.

They claim to offer contextual advertising, in other words they claim to display ads that are linked to the content on your site – just like Google Adsense. This is untrue however, as I have run their ad units on several blogs and the ads are always the same no matter what the topic of the blog is about.

The other thing that I dislike about Bidvertiser is that they pick and choose which clicks they want to pay out on and which ones they wish to ignore. I do not think this is a fair thing to do at all, if a click is not fraudulent then it should be paid out.

Nobody else seems to be annoyed by this though.

They do have a nice amount of sizes for their add units though, at least twice as many as Google Adsense have and you can give them various colour scheme and you can pick custom colours, something you could not do when I last used Google Adsense.

I do like their stance on paying out as well. If you wish to be paid by cheque then the minimum is $100 but if you wish to be paid via PayPal then it is a much lesser minimum of $10, Even Google Adsense doesn’t offer PayPal payments.

Pro
– Easy to be accepted
– Lots of sizes
– nice array of colours available
– $10 payout if you have PayPal

Con
– They pick and choose which clicks they accept
– Their support is terrible
– Their ads are rarely of any use to your readers/visitors

You can join Bidvertiser by clicking this link

About Dean Saliba

Dean Saliba is a freelance writer, music lover, professional blogger, media enthusiast, dirty football player and huge professional wrestling fan who covers a wide range of subjects and niches including, making money online, traffic generating, pro wrestling, blog reviews, football, how-to guides, music, internet marketing and more.

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14 comments

  1. I tried Bidvertiser, i still have my Bidvertiser ad up, i found that it has the best layout, i can customize it how i feel….but no matter how many times it gets clicked, i get no money from it. it says that no one has clicked on it.

  2. You have given some good details about Bidvertiser. I think that is unfair to pay for clicks only which Bidvertiser thinks suitable. But the best part is that they pay you with Paypal when your account reaches 10$. It’s boring to wait for 100$ when you are not getting much clicks.

  3. I tried Bitverister a few years back, every advert was about gambling and that is not my niche at all, especially at the time. As well as this I earned next to no money, not a good publisher for me at all.

    P.s. Just come back off a blogging break, so haven’t been on the site for a while, loving the new look! Good job 🙂

  4. We can customize it how i feel….but no matter how many times it gets clicked, i get no money from it.

  5. I am going to be a user of this as i am frustrated of using Google adsense.

  6. I think it really sad that Bidvertiser pay for clicks only which they think are suitable. I have not used Bidvertiser till now but I will have to think before using it. I think Adsense is cool. We just need optimize some good keywords to make money.

  7. I was not aware that Bidvertiser only gives money for the clicks that they think are right. I was thinking of using it to monetize one of my blog however I have changed my mind 🙂 Thanks for this insightful post.
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