Are you looking for an alternative to Google Adsense to advertise your Canadian blog or website? To accomplish it, try these other tools.

In January 2021, the size of users on the internet has been extremely increasing in Canada. This country had a total of 35.63 million internet users, with 30.75 million using mobile internet. Meanwhile, almost 95 percent of the 32.2 million active social media users said they used their phones to access their accounts.

Canadians spent an average of 106 minutes per day on social media, and more than six hours per day on the internet overall. Based on the ease that most traditional media formats can now be accessed online, Canadians have increasingly involved in different types of online business. 

Every day, thousands of people from Canada visit thousands of websites. So, if you want to promote your Canadian blog or website, the best tool to achieve it is through Google Adsense.


In simple terms, Google AdSense allows publishers of Google content network websites to display adverts that are relevant to the content and audience of their sites in text, images, videos, and interactive media. Google is in charge of monitoring, classifying, and maintaining your site’s adverts, which are based on your content and the content of your users. Advertisers who want to promote their products develop and pay for these advertisements.

It’s important to note, however, that some business owners have expressed big complaints with this platform, including login issues, the fact that the website takes a long time to approve your stuff, and advertising that doesn’t go away, leaving clients with a poor experience.

So, if Google Adsense isn’t operating as you wish, here are three excellent alternatives:

1- MediaFem

Mediafem is a global advertising network. It allows you to earn money by displaying adverts on your pages and/or website or encouraging your users to click on banner links.

Furthermore, MediaFemis a publisher-to-publisher ad network that allows you to monetize and market your blog or website. Its ad forms, personalized content, optimization, and intelligence reports are well-known. It also has a diverse selection of advertisements, including video, display, native, desktop, and mobile phone advertisements.

In addition, MediaFem allows you to show up to five adverts per page and three advertisements per screen on mobile apps. Ad codes are used by many publishers to bring visitors from all over the world to their websites.



2- Adsterra

Adsterra, which was founded in 2013, is currently a global ad network with over 30K advertisers and publishers. It offers private and corporate media buyers and sellers an advanced yet simple-to-use advertising and traffic monetization platform backed by world-class partner support.

Moreover, Adsterra provides a wide selection of ad types and payment alternatives, as well as quick moderation, terms that are beginner and vertical-friendly, and precise targeting possibilities.

It also offers a three-level security system, numerous adaptable ad inventories, and the greatest managers and support in the market. Adsterra‘s managers are said to be the most approachable and helpful by more than 80% of clients.

At Adsterra, you’ll only find the cleanest advertising and the cleanest traffic. Malware, as well as redirection, unwanted downloads, and virus alarms, are strictly prohibited.

3- Xandr

Xandr is an AT&T business entity that runs the Community online platform for buying and selling consumer-centric digital advertising.

It’s a revenue-generating platform that caters to advertising as well as publishers. Publishers can use their SSP, ad server, and analytics. They also offer the only open, end-to-end platform for scalable, intelligent advertising on premium inventory across all platforms, including OTT, CTV, video, and others.

Xandr is the mind behind a global premium advertising platform. The strategic selling platform helps businesses to maximize the value of their inventory while also improving the customer experience.

Also published on Medium.