Google AdSense provides a way for website owners to earn money from their online content. AdSense works by matching text and display ads to your site based on your content and visitors. The ads are created and paid for by advertisers who want to promote their products. Since these advertisers pay different prices for different ads the amount you earn will vary.Google AdSense is a free, simple way for website publishers of all sizes to earn money by displaying targeted Google ads on their websites.
How AdSense differs from other ad networks
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.
Google AdSense delivers easy to read and text and image-based ads targeted to the content of your pages and AdSense for search queries.
- Leverage Google search technology.
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.
- Run ads targeted to your audience
In addition to keyword-targeted ads, Google also provides placement-targeted advertisements, offering pay-per-impression ads that are specifically suited for your pages.
- Filter unwanted ads.
Google combines an editorial team, filtering technology, and your input to create a robust set of filters that are right for you.
- Getting started is fast and easy.
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.
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User-generated content overview
For your app or site, user-generated content is content that users contribute towards any app or site, visible to at least a subset of other users of your app or site. User-generated content can include text, comments, images, video, profiles, usernames, votes, likes, hearts, +1’s, or other media, for example. Ads are not considered user-generated content, unless they contain embedded social media.
As a publisher, you are responsible for ensuring that all user-generated content on your site or app complies with all applicable program policies. Practically, this means that to participate in AdSense and/or AdMob you need to ensure that, on pages where your ad code appears, all content, including user-generated content, complies with all applicable program policies.
Unlike the rest of your content, which is likely created directly under your guidance and supervision, user-generated content is submitted by users who operate independently of your site or app. Unfortunately, not everyone on the Internet is polite and well-mannered. Because users can post anything, you, as a publisher, need to be prepared to ensure that what they do post complies with all applicable program policies.
It is our policy to respond to notices of alleged infringement that comply with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). For AdSense publishers, if we receive a notice or otherwise have reason to believe that your page is infringing, we may terminate your participation in the program. You can file a counter-notification via this form. More information about our DMCA process is available in this blog post.
If you believe that a site which is participating in the AdSense program is displaying your copyrighted material without the rights to do so, please report it using this form or by clicking on the AdChoices icon.
Click a link below to be directed to the policy of your choice:
Adult themes in family content
Dangerous or derogatory content
Recreational drugs and drug-related content
Gambling and games-related content
Hacking and cracking content
Pages that offer compensation programs
Content that enables dishonest behavior
Ad placement policies
Avoiding accidental clicks
Encouraging accidental clicks
Unnatural attention to ads
Placing ads under a misleading heading
Site layout that pushes content below the fold
Aligning images with ads
Formatting content to mimic ads
Distance between ads and flash games
Ensuring proper ad placement
Ads on thank you, exit, log in, or error pages
Ads on dynamic content
Ads in emails
Ads in a software application
Ads in a new window
Ads in pop-up and pop-under windows
Ads on a site with pop-ups or pop-unders
Ads on pages behind a login
Ads on the same page or site as another publisher
Ads on a hosted site (e.g., Blogger)
Displaying a third party site on your page