Google AdWords is big in worldwide PPC, but many interesting alternatives exist. You may not be getting the kind of ad traffic you want to see on Google or it's too expensive to participate for you. Maybe you've got a niche that doesn't work well with Google. Here are some PPC alternatives to Google.
Alternatives to Google are uneven in quality and appropriateness with some focusing on social media and others geared towards blogging platforms. They also may not have the same traffic penetration. However, traffic costs will be cheaper and traffic quantity can be impressive.
Yahoo Bing ads are just as good as Google, many analysts say. Yahoo Bing now accounts for nearly one-third of all online searches. Bing Network Ads have great customer support. They only use actual customer agents rather than automated templates. While traffic is lower than Google, it's high quality with syndicated partner sites like Amazon, the Wall Street Journal, and Facebook also driving quality viewership.
BuySellAds specializes in banner ads. They sell more than 6 billion impressions monthly. They also go on a good array of top quality sites, especially tech and internet sites. AdRoll retargets ads and is approved for use on Facebook. Prices are high along with conversion ratios. They offer a two-week free trial. 7Search is inexpensive, but traffic isn't the highest quality.
Infolinks supports in-text ads with choice of intex, intag, insearch, and inframe ads. It has an automated marketplace template. Kontextua works like Infolinks except it only uses in-text ads. It specializes in Spanish-language ads although it recently introduced an English platform. DNTX.com redirects traffic from sites not in use.