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What is Google AdSense?

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Google AdSense is a fast and easy way for website publishers of all sizes to earn money by displaying targeted, unobtrusive Google ads on their websites. AdSense also allows you to provide Google search to your site users, while earning money by displaying Google ads on the search results pages.

You'll earn when users visit your website and click on or view the ads on your pages, depending on the type of ad. Learn more about earning with AdSense.

AdSense is free, so we encourage you to give it a try. If you have a website, and you comply with our program policies and eligibility criteria, just complete our online application.

We'll review your application and follow up with an email within about a week, depending on the volume of applications we receive. If you are accepted into the program, you can sign in to your new account and get the HTML code that will display ads on your webpages.

 

How much will I earn through this program?

The Google ads you are able to display on your content pages can be either cost-per-click (CPC) or cost-per-1000-impressions (CPM) ads, search results pages show exclusively CPC ads. This means that advertisers pay either when users click on ads, or when the advertiser's ad is shown on your site. You'll receive a portion of the amount paid for either activity on your website. Although we don't disclose the exact revenue share, our goal is to enable publishers to make as much or more than they could with other advertising networks.

The best way to find out how much you'll earn is to sign up and start showing ads on your webpages. There's no cost, no obligation, and getting started is quick and easy. Sign up now.

Once you're a part of Google AdSense, you can view your earnings at any time by signing in and viewing your reports. You'll be able to see the total number of page and ad unit impressions, ad clicks, clickthrough rate, effective CPM, and your total earnings so you can get an idea of how well the program is performing for you and how much you can expect to earn over time in the program.

You can also find more information about our payment schedule in our Payments Guide.

What languages does AdSense support?

Google AdSense supports publishers in several different languages. Applications for participation in the program can be for sites with content primarily in:

Arabic

French

Polish

Bulgarian

German

Portuguese

Chinese (simplified)

Greek

Romanian

Chinese (traditional)

Hebrew

Russian

Croatian

Hungarian

Serbian

Czech

Italian

Slovak

Danish

Japanese

Spanish

Dutch

Korean

Swedish

English

Latvian

Thai

Finnish

Lithuanian

Turkish

 

Norwegian

Ukranian

In addition, AdSense for search is available in Indonesian and Vietnamese. These languages are not supported for AdSense for content pages.

You can select your site's primary language during the application process. If you're approved, AdSense will serve relevant ads to your pages in the appropriate language, even if your site contains multiple supported languages.

Please also be aware that placing the AdSense code on pages with content primarily in an unsupported language is not permitted by the AdSense program policies.

 

Can I filter the ads that are displayed on my site?

Yes, you can prevent ads from appearing on your pages using two tools in your account.

Competitive Ad Filter

Ad Review Center


This tool allows you to prevent placement-targeted ads from appearing on your pages. You can block ads by advertiser or by ad group. Learn more

This filter lets you create and manage a list of websites whose ads you'd prefer not to show on your pages. Add a URL to your filter list, and ads from that site will no longer display on your pages. Learn more

Keep in mind, though, that filtering ads may decrease ad competition to appear on your pages, which can decrease your potential earnings.

How do I earn with AdSense for search?

 

AdSense for search lets you offer your users Google web search directly from your pages. By placing an AdSense for search box on your site, you'll generate earnings from ad clicks made by users on the search results pages.

You won't, however, receive revenue from user searches through your AdSense for search box. When users perform searches on your site, but choose not to click on the ads on the search results pages, you will not receive any earnings.

How do I earn money with AdSense?

 

The main way of earning revenue with AdSense is by displaying Google ads on your site.

With AdSense for content, these ads you display on your site can be either cost-per-click (CPC) or cost-per-thousand-impression (CPM) ads. For CPC ads, you'll generate earnings when your users click on the ads. For CPM ads, you'll generate earnings every time the ad appears to a user viewing your site.

You can also generate earnings while enabling your users to search your site and the web. Learn about earning with AdSense for search.

What is AdSense for content?

 

Google AdSense is a fast and easy way for website publishers of all sizes to display relevant, unobtrusive Google ads on their website's content pages and earn money. Because the ads are related to what your users are looking for on your site, you'll finally have a way to both monetize and enhance your content pages.

The program is free, and combines pay-per-click and pay-per-impression advertising - meaning you get paid for valid clicks on the ads on your site as well as impressions. So go ahead and try this program. If you comply with our program policies, just complete our online application.

We'll review your application and follow up with an email within 2-3 days. If you are accepted into the program, you can log in to your new account and get the HTML code to insert into your webpages.

 

How does Google target ads to my website?

 

Google automatically delivers ads that are targeted to your content or audience. We do this in two ways:

Contextual targeting

Placement targeting


With placement targeting, advertisers choose specific ad placements, or subsections of publisher websites, on which to run their ads. Ads that are placement-targeted may not be precisely related to the content of a page, but are hand-picked by advertisers who've determined a match between what your users are interested in and what they have to offer.

Our technology uses such factors as keyword analysis, word frequency, font size, and the overall link structure of the web, in order to determine what a webpage is about and precisely match Google ads to each page.

Our technology can also determine the primary language of a page. If your content is in a language supported by our program, AdSense will target ads in the appropriate language to your content. In addition, Google ads are geotargeted to your visitor's location.

What is AdSense for search?

AdSense for search is a free solution that allows publishers to place a search box on their site and earn revenue from relevant ads on the search results page.

AdSense for search offers you the following:

choosing the content your users search: your site, a collection of sites you choose, or the entire web. You can also prioritize and restrict search to specific sections of sites.

customization of look and feel - you choose the colors, location of the ads, and the option to host the results on your site or have Google host them for you.

monetization of search results pages with targeted ads.

If you're an existing AdSense publisher, you can easily add AdSense for search to your site. If you're new to AdSense, just complete our quick online application.

How can I advertise on AdSense sites?

 

If you're interested in advertising on our network of content sites, as well as on Google.com and our search network, please visit the AdWords homepage. From the homepage, you'll be able to sign up to run targeted advertising regardless of your budget.

You can also read more about AdWords at AdWords Support. Click through to the Getting Started section for information aimed at first-time users of Google AdWords.

What's the difference between AdWords and AdSense?

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The Google AdWords program enables you to create advertisements which will appear on relevant Google search results pages and our network of partner sites. To learn more about AdWords and begin advertising immediately, please visit www.adwords.google.com.

The Google AdSense program differs in that it delivers Google AdWords ads to individuals' websites. Google then pays web publishers for the ads displayed on their site based on user clicks on ads or on ad impressions, depending on the type of ad.

 

What is the AdSense revenue share?

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Although we do not disclose the revenue share for Google AdSense, our goal is to enable you to make as much as or more than you could with other advertising networks.

We provide detailed online reports that enable you to track your earnings. Once you start running ads on your site, you can view your earnings at any time by visiting your Reports pages, where we'll show you the page impressions, ad clicks, clickthrough rate (CTR), your effective CPM, and your total earnings. This information can help you get an idea of how well the program is performing for you and how much you can expect to earn over time.

Does Google guarantee revenues?

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Since the revenue that you may earn through Google AdSense depends on the content of each of your webpages or the search terms entered by your users, as well as the availability of related Google ads, Google does not guarantee that you will earn any revenue amount.

How much does AdSense cost?

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Participation in AdSense is free. Even better, Google will pay you for clicks or impressions on the Google ads you'll display on your site. For more details on the revenue you can generate with AdSense, read our entry on earning with AdSense

How much will I earn through this program?

 

The Google ads you are able to display on your content pages can be either cost-per-click (CPC) or cost-per-1000-impressions (CPM) ads, search results pages show exclusively CPC ads. This means that advertisers pay either when users click on ads, or when the advertiser's ad is shown on your site. You'll receive a portion of the amount paid for either activity on your website. Although we don't disclose the exact revenue share, our goal is to enable publishers to make as much or more than they could with other advertising networks.

The best way to find out how much you'll earn is to sign up and start showing ads on your webpages. There's no cost, no obligation, and getting started is quick and easy. Sign up now.

Once you're a part of Google AdSense, you can view your earnings at any time by signing in and viewing your reports. You'll be able to see the total number of page and ad unit impressions, ad clicks, clickthrough rate, effective CPM, and your total earnings so you can get an idea of how well the program is performing for you and how much you can expect to earn over time in the program.

You can also find more information about our payment schedule in our Payments Guide.

Payments Guide

Are you wondering when your AdSense payment will arrive? Trying to figure out whether you'll be paid this month, or next month? We've put together this guide to explain our payment process - from the five critical steps to setting up your account, to an overview of the life of a payment, everything you need to know is here.

1. Check your address

Since payments and Personal Identification Numbers, which we'll describe below, are sent to the mailing address in your account, it's important to confirm the accuracy of your payment address and payee name. Keep in mind, especially, that checks and Western Union payments are made out to the payee name exactly as entered in your account.

If you need to correct any information, follow the instructions in our Help Center.

2. Provide your tax information

Depending on your location, we may be required to collect tax-related information from you. If you're required to provide tax information, you can do so on the Tax Information page, under the My Account tab. Our interface will help guide you to the appropriate forms and requirements for your particular situation.

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3. Select your payment method

Depending on your payment address, there may be a number of payment options available to you, including checks, Electronic Funds Transfer, and Western Union Quick Cash. The easiest way to find out your payment options is to visit your Account Settings page and click the Payment Information [edit] link.

If you're already an approved publisher, choose your payment method now

4. Enter your PIN and phone verification number

When your earnings reach the verification threshold, we'll mail a Personal Identification Number to the payment address in your account. You'll need to enter this PIN into your account before we can send any payments to you. Your PIN will be sent by standard post and will take 2-3 weeks to arrive.

Depending on your location, you may also be asked to verify your phone number. As part of this process, our system will call you at a pre-arranged time, and you'll be required to dial in a verification number that appears in your AdSense account.

5. Reach the payment threshold in earnings

When your total unpaid earnings reach the payment threshold, we'll send you a payment at the end of the next month. This threshold varies depending on the reporting currency in your account.

Let's say, for example, that the payment threshold for your account is US$100. In this case, if your total unpaid earnings reached $100 during January and you completed the 4 steps above, we would send you a payment at the end of February.

If your total unpaid earnings haven't yet reached the payment threshold, they'll roll over to the next month and accrue until they meet the threshold.

Payments are sent within approximately 30 days of the end of the month. See the timeline of our payment cycle in the Payment Timelines section below.

Tracking Earnings

 

You can track your AdSense performance and earnings from the Reports tab of your account. The Reports tab includes two important sub-tabs: Overview and Advanced Reports, which will display day-to-day details about how much you're earning from AdSense. There's also important information included in the Payment History page, which is linked from the Overview as well as the My Account tab.

The Payment History page tracks the status of previously issued payments, as well as monthly account calculations. You can click the Earnings details link for any month to view your total earnings, as well as any adjustments made to your account. Once you've qualified for a payment, and your payment has been made, you'll see it listed on this page as Payment issued. Click on the link to see the payment details as well as the exchange rate used to calculate your local currency payment, if applicable.

Does participation in AdSense affect my site's position in the Google search results?

 

Participating in Google AdSense does not affect your site's rank in Google search results and will not affect the search results we deliver. Google believes strongly in freedom of expression and therefore offers broad access to content across the web. Our search results are unbiased by our relationships with paying advertisers and publishers. We will continue to show search results according to our PageRank technology.

Adding the AdSense code to your site will not queue your pages for crawling by our main index bots. While our bot (starting with 'Mediapartners-Google') does crawl content pages for the purpose of targeting ads, participation in AdSense does not increase the number of pages from a site in our main index.

What makes Google AdSense different from other ad networks?

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This innovative Google business solution will help you unleash the true revenue potential of your site. Here are just some of the advantages of our program:

Run ads that will interest your users.

Leverage Google search technology.

Run ads targeted to your audience

Filter unwanted ads.

Getting started is fast and easy.

 

 1. Copy your AdSense code


Your AdSense code will be provided to you after you've customized the appearance and settings of your ads. You'll see it in the Your AdSense code box. This is the code you will copy and paste into your site's HTML source code. If you generated the code and saved your ad unit before, you can get the code by selecting the ad unit and clicking Get code

Code Box

To copy your code, highlight the entire contents of the Your AdSense code box by clicking anywhere in this box with your mouse. You'll know the code has been selected when the entire contents of the box are highlighted in blue.

Next, from your browser's Edit menu, choose Copy in order to copy the highlighted area. If you prefer not to paste your code directly into your site's HTML source code, you can paste it into an alternate application such as Notepad while you access your source code in the following sections.

2. Paste your AdSense code


In this section, we'll cover pasting the code into your page's HTML source code. If you're not familiar with HTML, head to step 3 for a review of the basics.

In order to display Google ads on your website, it is very important that you copy the ad code exactly as it appears in your account and paste it directly into the HTML source code of your webpages, without any modifications. Modifying the ad code is against our program policies and may also result in errors on your page.

After copying your AdSense code, return to your desktop and open your HTML editor. Once you've accessed your HTML source code, click on the spot where you'd like to place your ad code and then select Paste from the Edit menu.

When you've finished pasting the code into the webpages, you'll need to save changes and upload or publish the updated pages to your server. If you have difficulty uploading to your server, please contact your webhost. Keep in mind that after you've pasted the ad code into the HTML source of your page, it must look exactly the same as the ad code displayed in your AdSense account.

If implemented correctly, Google ads should appear almost immediately.

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3. HTML basics


 

If you're unfamiliar with HTML, this section will give you a little background. It doesn't provide instructions for editing the HTML code; for instructions, head to step 4.

HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) is the programming language in which webpages are written. This coding language is used on the World Wide Web. Web browsers read HTML in order to display the contents of a page.

3a. How to view your source code

If you'd like to view an HTML document (also known as the 'source code'), first open your web browser. Then go to a page whose source you would like to see and click View on the menu bar at the top of the screen. Next, select Source if you're using Internet Explorer

View Source in IE

or Page Source if you're using Firefox.

View Source in Firefox

The HTML document containing the source code of that page will appear on the screen.

3b. What to look for in your HTML source code

Every HTML document consists of bracketed tags which tell the web browser how to display the HTML elements. All HTML elements start with an opening tag (< >) and end with a closing tag (</ >). All HTML documents have the following basic structure:

<HTML>

<HEAD>
</HEAD>

<BODY>




</BODY>
</HTML>

The opening <HTML> tag alerts a browser that this is the start of your HTML document. The opening <HEAD> tag contains your header information and is not visible when you view the page in your browser. Any text displayed between the BODY tags (<BODY> and </BODY>) will be displayed in your browser. The closing </HTML> tag alerts your browser that this is the end of your HTML document.

For ads to appear properly, you will need to place your ad code between the opening <BODY> and closing </BODY> tags of your source code.

If you are experiencing difficulty finding the <BODY> tags, try pressing the 'CTRL' and 'F' keys on a PC, or 'COMMAND' and 'F' keys on a Mac to open a Find text box. Then type '<BODY' (without the quotes) to find the opening tag or '</BODY' (without the quotes) to find the closing tag, and click Find next.

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4. Paste using WYSIWYG editors


If you're using a design-enhanced HTML editor, often referred to as WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get), it may use a Code View feature which contains HTML, Design/Normal, and Preview views. Or, your editor may use an HTML Insert feature which utilizes an 'Insert' menu tab. If you are unable to locate the HTML source code of your webpage in your WYSYWIG editor, please contact the support group for your HTML editing software for specific instructions on how to locate this view.

In the following sections, we'll show examples of pasting AdSense code using both Code View and HTML Insert. Because every editor is different, and because only you know how you like to build your webpages, we're unable to give you exact instructions for pasting your ad code. However, we hope you'll find these examples helpful.

You may also wish to see how other publishers implement AdSense using your specific HTML editor at the AdSense Help Forum (English only).

4a. Using Code View

If your web editor uses a Code View feature, please follow these instructions for pasting your AdSense code.

Using your editor, open the webpage on which you'd like to display AdSense. In the Normal or Design view, select the location in your document where you want to place AdSense. In this example, we will be placing a leaderboard ad unit below the title.

Design View

Copy the ad code from the Your AdSense code text box.

Code Box

In your editor, switch to the HTML view. Paste the ad code between the <BODY> and </BODY> tags -- where the cursor is blinking. Pasting the ad code outside the <BODY> tags will prevent the ads from appearing correctly.

HTML View

Go to your editor's Preview tab to confirm that the ad code has been pasted correctly. If done correctly, you should be able to see the ads.

Preview

If you're satisfied with the results, go to File in your menu and click Publish Web.... This will upload your website onto the web with the Google ads implemented.

Publish

4b. Using HTML Insert

If your web editor uses an HTML Insert feature, please follow these instructions for pasting your AdSense code.

First, copy your AdSense code from the Your AdSense code box in your account

Code Box

Next, using your editor, open the webpage on which you'd like to display AdSense. Click the Insert option on the toolbar, then drag down and click HTML.

Insert
HTML

An HTML Code box will now appear. Paste your AdSense code into the box and click OK.

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Box

After doing so, a new HTML box will appear. You can move this box to any location on your website, but you cannot overlap the HTML box with any other text or graphic box on the website. Overlapping will prevent your ads from appearing or create errors when you upload the website. Also keep in mind that you can adjust the size of the HTML box to fit your layout. In this example, we have resized the HTML box so that the skyscraper ad code will fit into the sidebar of this webpage.

HTML
Inserted

Once you're satisfied with the position of your ads, go to File in your menu and click Preview in Browser to see what your ad will look like.

File
Preview

In this case, you can see the skyscraper ad unit implemented in the right-hand side of the page. Please be sure to pick an ad format that will fit into a blank space on your site.

Preview

If you are satisfied with the ad placement, go to File and click on Publish. If implemented correctly, Google ads should appear almost immediately.

Publish
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5. Common Problems


After pasting your AdSense code and publishing your webpage, you may see public service ads or no ads at all for up to 48 hours. If you continue to experience difficulty with your ads after waiting 48 hours, you can troubleshoot the ads yourself by reading the following sections.

5a. Paste your code exactly

If you don't see an ad unit appearing on your site, or if you see an error on your site, such as the HTML ad code appearing, check the HTML source code of your site to make sure the AdSense code on your site looks exactly the same as the AdSense code in your account pages.

To check the HTML source of your webpage, follow these steps:

  • Open a browser window and view your webpage.
  • Under your browser's View tab, select Source in Internet Explorer or Page Source in Firefox. A text document displaying the HTML code of your site will pop up.
  • Press the Ctrl and F keys, or the COMMAND and F keys if you're using a Mac. This will bring up a Find box. Type 'google_ad' into the box and press 'Enter' to locate your ad code.
  • Next, open your AdSense account in a new browser window and locate the code for your ad unit as described in Step 1. On your screen, place your HTML source code alongside the ad code in the Your AdSense code box. Compare the ad code and ensure that it looks exactly the same on both pages.

The most common reason publishers do not see their ads is that the code was copied incorrectly.

5b. Look for extra HTML added to your ad code

If the ad code in the source of your live site appears differently from the ad code in your account, it may be that your webhost automatically includes or changes certain tags when you place code onto your site. You may see that extra HTML code such as '<BR>' or   tags have appeared in your ad code, as in the examples below. The ad code may also be reformatted to appear in one line. In addition, sometimes the "Javascript" declarations have been removed from your ad code.

br tag
nbsp tag

If you are confident that you pasted the code into the HTML view of your WYSIWYG editor exactly as it appears in your account, you should contact your webhost about any changes you see to the ad code, such as reformatting or extra tags.

5c. Be patient after pasting your ad code

If you see public service ads (also known as PSAs) after placing your ad code, you may simply need to give our crawler an opportunity to visit your site. This generally occurs within 30 minutes of implementing the ad code, but can take as long as 48 hours. When your page is viewed and the JavaScript code is executed, our crawler is called to your pages. For this reason, we recommend visiting each of the pages on which you've placed the ad code in order to ensure each page is crawled. Doing this, then waiting a few hours, can often solve PSA problems.

If you continue to see PSAs after 48 hours, please see our Troubleshooting Wizard or Help Center.

5d. Use ad formats that fit your site layout

If you use an inappropriate ad format, your site's layout can be affected. For example, in the following example, a square or skyscraper format will push the content of this page down.

Wrong Format

However, in this case, a leaderboard ad format will work.

Correct Format

Quick Start Guide

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Once your AdSense application has been approved, you can follow this guide to get started with AdSense right away. The steps below will help you add an AdSense ad unit to your site.

1. Sign into your account and choose the AdSense Setup tab. On the Get Ads page, click the AdSense for Content link to create a standard Google ad unit.

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2. Next, select the ad type. Since you'll be creating a standard ad unit, choose the Ad Unit radio button. To enable the widest selection of ads to display on your pages, leave the drop-down set to Text and image ads (default).

 

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3. Now, take a moment to customize your ads so they'll match the look and feel of your site. Select the size you'd like from one of our different ad formats, keeping in mind that larger and wider ad units tend to perform better. (Get tips on picking a format.)

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4. Next, select colors for your ads. You choose one of our predefined color palettes or create your own. You can view a sample of how the ads will look based on the colors you've selected. You might also want to review our tips on choosing colors.

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5. If you're interested in tracking the performance of your ad unit, you can add a channel. Channels provide more granular reports for the performance of specific ad units. If you haven't created a channel yet, you can skip this step by clicking Continue.

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6. Next you'll be prompted to name your AdSense ad unit. This will allow you to change the appearance or settings of your ad easily through your account in the future, so select a name that will allow you to easily identify this AdSense unit later. For more information about this feature, check out our guide to Managing your Ads.

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7. Finally, we'll provide you with the ad code for your AdSense ad unit. Click anywhere inside the grey box to select the code, then right-click and select copy. You can now paste the code into the HTML source code of your site. For details and assistance adding the code to your pages, we recommend you review the Code Implementation guide.

 

How do I position the ads on my site?

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Just like other elements of your website such as images and photos, you can change the position of your Google ads by using HTML tags.

For example, if you surround your AdSense ad code with the tags <div align="center"> and </div>, the ad unit will be centered on your webpage. You can also place the complete content of your page into a HTML table and change the location of the ad unit by positioning it in a specific table cell.

Please keep in mind that while we're happy to aid you with issues specific to the AdSense code, we aren't able to provide general help with editing your HTML.

How do I add Google ads to the bottom of my Blogger blog?


 

First of all, choose the blog that you want to put AdSense on, and go to the Layout | Monetize tab. You can get there by clicking the Layout link on the dashboard, or clicking the Template tab from the posting or settings page of the blog.

Once you're there, choose one of the three options to display your ads: in your sidebar and posts, just in your sidebar, or just below your posts.

The next page asks you to either sign up for a new AdSense account or use an existing one. Once you've signed in or created or account, you'll get a confirmation screen. If for any reason you need to switch to using a different AdSense account, click the switch AdSense accounts link on this page.


How do I implement Google ads on my Google Page Creator site?

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You're welcome to implement Google ads on any Google Page Creator site that complies with our program policies. To display ads on your Page Creator site, simply follow the instructions below:

  1. Log into your AdSense account at www.google.com/adsense .
  2. From the AdSense Setup tab, customize and generate your AdSense code.
  3. Copy the generated code from the Your AdSense code box.
  4. Log into your Google Page Creator account.
  5. Select the webpage you'd like to display AdSense ads.
  6. Select the field where you'd like the ads to appear.
  7. Click Edit HTML.
  8. Paste the AdSense code in the HTML source code of the page.
  9. Click Save Changes.
  10. Publish your webpage.

Keep in mind that ads won't show up in the HTML view; you have to publish your page to see them. Once you publish your webpage, Google ads should begin appearing shortly.

How quickly will Google ads start appearing on my site?

 

After you've been accepted into the program and have implemented the HTML ad code on your site, ads will start running within minutes. If your site is not yet in our index, it may take up to 48 hours or more before we are able to crawl your site. Until your site has been crawled, we may display public service ads, for which you will not receive earnings.

Your ad relevance should increase over time. However, keep in mind that if you make changes to a page, it may be 1 or 2 weeks before our crawler captures the changes and updates our index to provide more relevant ads.

Adding the AdSense for search code to your pages will instantly generate an AdSense for search box. As search results are displayed on Google-hosted pages, relevant ads will appear immediately, if ads are available for the particular query.

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How do I add multiple ad units to my site?

 

To add multiple ad units to your site, just copy and paste the ad code into your page as you would for a single ad unit. You can customize the settings for each ad unit as described below:

  1. Sign in to your account.
  2. Click the AdSense Setup tab and choose AdSense for content as the product.
  3. Select the ad type, ad format, and any options you would like for your ads.
  4. Copy and paste the resulting ad code into the HTML source of your page where you feel another set of ads would be helpful.
  5. Add up to three ad units by repeating these steps.

Keep in mind that in addition to three standard AdSense for content ad units, you're also welcome to add more units to your pages. On any page, you can place:


three standard ad units three link units two search boxes

What is AdSense for content?

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Google AdSense is a fast and easy way for website publishers of all sizes to display relevant, unobtrusive Google ads on their website's content pages and earn money. Because the ads are related to what your users are looking for on your site, you'll finally have a way to both monetize and enhance your content pages.

The program is free, and combines pay-per-click and pay-per-impression advertising - meaning you get paid for valid clicks on the ads on your site as well as impressions. So go ahead and try this program. If you comply with our program policies, just complete our online application.

We'll review your application and follow up with an email within 2-3 days. If you are accepted into the program, you can log in to your new account and get the HTML code to insert into your webpages.

Once you've generated your ad code, you'll need to add the code to your webpages.

Because every HTML editor is different, we can't give exact instructions on copying the ad code into your pages. We can, however, give you a few tips:

  • Copy and paste the code exactly as it appears in your account, without making any changes or edits. Changing the code in any way can cause errors on your page (and is against the AdSense program policies).
  • Paste the ad code between the body tags of your HTML.
  • If you're using a WYSIWYG editor (such as FrontPage or Dreamweaver) it's a good idea to paste the code into the Code or Source view. Pasting it into the layout view will often result in HTML tags being added to your code, and will result in errors.
  • If your page uses frames, make sure that the code is pasted into the frame that contains your page's main content. We use this content to target ads.
  • Be sure to save and upload your pages to your server when you're done. If you're not sure how to do this, we suggest contacting your web hosting company directly.

Google ads should appear on your pages immediately. Initially, you may see untargeted public service ads (known as PSAs) for which you won't receive earnings. It may take a few hours for our crawler to visit your page and determine its content in order to provide targeted ads.

 

You might also find helpful HTML hints in the AdSense Help Forum. AdSense publishers share their knowledge and experiences in this forum, where you can feel free to post your own questions and search or browse for answers about ad implementation.

 

Getting started with AdSense is easy and requires no engineering resources on your side. We give you a few lines of HTML that you add to any of your webpages. It takes just minutes, after which you'll be serving Google ads on your pages - and generating more advertising revenue.


Google combines an editorial team, filtering technology, and your input to create a robust set of filters that are right for you.

In addition to keyword-targeted ads, Google also provides placement-targeted advertisements, offering pay-per-impression ads that are specifically suited for your pages.

The proprietary Google search and page-ranking technologies are the foundation for AdSense. We understand the context and content of webpages and precisely match Google ads to your pages.

Google AdSense delivers easy to read and text and image-based ads targeted to the content of your pages and AdSense for search queries.

 
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