UK Web Developer Releases Adsense Alternative Software

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By placing Adsense Contextual ads on their site or blog, site publishers and bloggers earn a little share of Google income. But Google only pays publisher when their site visitors click those tiny little ads.

Site publishers and bloggers are trying hard to collect nickels from Google Adsense. Unfortunately for many publisher with an average traffic, collecting even 100$ per month from Google Adsense is very hard.

Many publishers who hate to see their Adsense Earning at a very low speed, tend to click the ads by them self. And Google will ban those publishers.

The Author of AfterSense claims that by switching to their software, site owners and blog publishers can cut Google completely out of the loop by doing just two things...

1) Sign up for affiliate programs that convert well and pay high commissions. And...
2) Use AfterSense to display tiny text ads on their site, instead of Google's Adsense.

Many blog publishers have started using AfterSense, because instead of collecting nickels from Google Adsense, they get between 50% - 70% commissions from affiliate program.

With the same traffic to their site or blog, AfterSense increases their earning potential.

By placing a little HTML snippet provided by AfterSense, any matching keywords or key phrase on their site or blogs will change into a clickable link with a pop up display of the ad.

AfterSense takes advantage of web 2.0 techniques to be non-intrusive and interactive at the same time.

Regarding technical specifications, AfterSense uses PHP, MySQL and JavaScript.

For more information on AfterSense, please visit:

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