Google AdSense is a Google service wherein participants can display automatic text, image, or video content on their websites and earn revenue based on visitor clicks or impressions. The content displayed on a website is generated in user accounts part of the network and can be custom tailored to the website owner’s needs. The most typical example of AdSense content are unobtrusive text-only advertisements with clickable links that can be found all around the web.
The website owner generates the advertisement code through their AdSense account. The code is integrated into their website and features content-relevant advertisements to all visitors. Site visitors clicks and impressions are tracked and all proceeds thus generated are attributed to the AdSense account owner.
Google does not disclose exact numbers of prospective revenue. Multiple factors weigh in here, including how much the merchant pays for displaying or clicking on their ads. Not all ads will pay and work the same. Some will only bring in revenue if they are clicked upon. All ads compete in auctions and the network automatically selects only those that bring in the highest revenue for you. Advertisements are also affected by your content, your budget, and what most users click upon.
Indeed you do. Once you join Google AdSense, you can view your earnings at all times by signing in to your account and going through your reports. There you will find the total number of ad clicks, impressions, clickthrough rate, and your total earnings. Basically you have access to all the necessary information on the current programme’s current status so that you can make your own projections for the future.
AdSense for search is another option you can avail of. The basic concept is creating a customized search bar backed up by the Google search engine. Much like AdSense for content, you generate the code for the search bar in your AdSense account and customize it to suit your needs. Each time a visitor uses this search function they are presented with a list of results. Your revenue is based in visitor clicks on the search result entries.
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