An Alternative to Ads

HI,

In my website http;//secureinfo.info i have tried google adsense; but every  time after a couple of weeks the account gets disabled. So i have now decided to do away with google adsense. But i would still love to have some sort of graphics/animations etc on certain page's sidebar. I feel the site is incomplete without it. So, please suggest me some other options in regards to ads or site that has free cartoons with respect to information security that i can use in my website.

Thanks
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ujitnosAsked:
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ddhammCommented:
I forgot to answer your question about cartoons to put on a website. There are many sites that you can get cartoons from. Here are a couple:
http://www.andertoons.com/free-cartoons/
http://www.bztoons.com/
http://freewebcartoons.com/FWC/index.asp

You could probably find more - it's pretty much up to what kind you like personally.

DeeDee
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hassanwarraichCommented:
use links for marketing purpose, so that it open new web page which work as ad
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ddhammCommented:
MSN and Yahoo have combined their online ads:
https://adcenter.microsoft.com/

There are other ad networks such as www.adbrite.com or www.projectwonderful.com

And the following is probably more information than you need but it shows a list of advertising vendors:
http://www.johnchow.com/other-advertising-networks-besides-google-adsense/

Note: some of these would require you to be an affiliate and you would get a commission for any purchases that came through someone clicking a link on your page. Some of the affiliate networks would have products that are information security-related (the biggest one is Commission Junction).

You can also become an affiliate of Ebay or Amazon - each of these have the ability to have an advertising sidebar and you can select the product area to show (in your case, possibly software that relates to security)

DeeDee
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ujitnosAuthor Commented:
thanks
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