How to Make Money With Bidvertiser (Plus An Extra Way)

make money bidvertiserWhen I started blogging, Adsense was the only known monetization way to me. With the passage of time, I came to know that Google Adsense is not the only program out there. There are some alternatives.

While Adsense is still the best advertising network, you can consider trying some alternatives to increase your revenue. It’s hard to say which Ad network will work for you. What works for me might not work for you. So it’s better to find out it yourself.

Today I am going to tell you about Bidvertiser, which is considered as one of the best Adsense alternatives. If you got denied by Adsense or Adsense banned your account, read on. I will show you how to make money with Bidvertiser with an extra way.

What is Bidvertiser? How does it Work?

Bidvertiser is an advertising network like Adsense. It’s a Pay Per Click (PPC) advertising agency founded in 2003. It has started its journey in the same year Adsense did. So you can trust on Bidvertiser.

Join Bidvertiser

The way that Bidvertiser works is little bit different from other advertising networks. While most of the ad networks show ads based on context or interest of the visitors, Bidvertiser creates a bidding system that allows the highest bidder to advertise on your site. So if you have a quality site, you’ll have the chance to get high paying ads. You will get paid for clicks, not for impressions. It also pays extra revenue for conversions.

Bidvertiser Vs Adsense

Bidvertiser is a great Adsense alternative. As some of the Bidvertiser ads look like Adsense ads, you shouldn’t use both ads alongside. But it’s Ok to use Bidvertiser ads with Adsense ads. The rate of pay per click of Bidvertiser is comparatively lower than Adsense. It will increase if you stay longer with Bidvertiser as it takes some times to get your site found by highest bidders.

Bidvertiser Products – What type of Ads they Serve?

Bidvertiser offers 3 ways to make money from your blog.

1. Ad Formats

BidVertiser supports 4 groups of ads: Banners, Inline Ads and Skyscrapers. All ads are fully customizable to fit the site’s look & feel. These ads look like Adsense ads.

bidvertiser ad formats

2. Toolbar Creator

You can create and distribute your own customized toolbar to earn money. To be honest, I never tried this option. And I don’t think people are going to install the toolbar this way.

bidvertiser toolbar

3. XML Feeds

XML Feeds allow you to place Bidvertiser ads in your search results or web apps.

bidvertiser xml feeds ads

How to Get Started With Bidvertiser

I assume that you’ve a blog where you’ll add Bidvertiser ads. (If you haven’t, check this)

At first, you’ll have to create an account with Bidvertiser.

Just go to Bidvertiser and click on “Join Now – It’s FREE” button. Then enter your account information and copy activation code from your Email and paste it into the proper field.

Your account will be approved immediately, and you can start putting ads on your blog.

To get started, click on ‘Add new Bidvertiser’ tab and enter your website URL. Now you’ll have to choose a category for your website.

Once you are done, you will be redirected to the Bidvertiser center where you’ll find all your ad units. Click on ‘Get Ad Code’ to get ad unit code.

bidvertiser ad code

Copy and paste code where you want to show the Bidvertiser ad on your blog.

You’ll find Bidvertiser ad on your blog within few minutes.

Revenue stats update once in 24 hours during business days and once in 72 hours on weekends. It doesn’t show the real time data like Adsense. It shows something call ‘Revenue Points’ instead of number of clicks and pay per click. Actually I don’t find it very user friendly.

Bidvertiser Referral Program – An Extra Way

As I said I’ll show you an extra way to make some extra money, I am going to introduce with you to Bidvertiser Referral Program.

Yes, Bidvertiser will pay you if you can refer advertisers and publishers to them. All you need to do is, promote Bidvertiser on your blog. A lot of people are searching for Adsense alternative as it’s hard to get approved by Adsense. You can promote Bidvertiser on your blog as an Adsense alternative.

Here’s how Bidvertiser pays…

  • When your referred advertiser spends $10, you’ll get $5. When the same advertiser spends $50, you’ll get additional $20.
  • When your referred publisher earns $10, you’ll get $10. When the same publisher earns $50, you will get additional $40.

I am an affiliate of Bidvertiser, and it works great for me. Hope it’ll work for you too.

Bidvertiser Payment Options – How Will You Get paid?

Bidvertiser provides payment via check or PayPal on a monthly basis within 30 days after the end of each calendar month. Minimum payment amount is $10 for PayPal and $50 for check. If you have earned less then the minimum payment, the balance will be carried over to the next month and paid out once you have earned the minimum amount.

Here’s Bidvertiser Payment proof via Paypal. (Date: Jul 1, 2014)

bidvertiser payment proof

What I Like About Bidvertiser

What I don’t Like

  • Pay out rate is not high.
  • Sometimes it shows irrelevant ads.
  • Revenue stat is not user-friendly. It doesn’t give information about impressions and CTR.

Over to You

Now I would like to hear from you. Share your experience about Bidvertiser with us via comment. It will help others to make their decision. And if you find this post useful, please help me by sharing this post on Facebook, Twitter or Google+.

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