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What is the difference between a hosted and a non-hosted AdSense 2019

Difference between a hosted and non-hosted AdSense account .Most people have asked me this question which in return I promised to put up an article on it soon, here we are.








√What is the difference between a hosted and non hosted account?


 Have you ever ask yourself if even you could come up with any answer?  You are already here answer will be provided. Let quickly move to points


        Table of contents
 •What is AdSense?
 •Why AdSense?
 •What is hosted account?
 •What is Non-hosted account?
 •What are the difference between hosted account and Non-hosted account?

On my previous post , if you ve been following, I wrote an article on AdSense approval guide, if you were able to see it and if you are yet to see it. Read it here..



Let take our table of contents, and I'm gonna make this post an elaborated one and to your understanding.

√ What is AdSense?




Yes, AdSense, many people are just hearing the term "AdSense" without knowing what it really means , I will take you on a short journey so you will understand every terms.


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According to Wikipedia,

Google AdSense is a program run by Google that allows publishers in the Google network of contents site to serve automatic text, image, video, or interactive media advertisement, that are targeted to site content and audience"

According to webopedia,
  AdSense (Google AdSense) is an advertising placement service by Google. The program is design for a website publishers who want to display targeted text, video or image advertisements on website pages and earn money when site visitors view or click the ads.


 AdSense is  contextual advertisement service provided by Google. ,Is a popular way for website to make money from advertisement, all the way from part-time bloggers to some of the largest publishers on the web.

According to Techtarget..
  Google AdSense is a program in which enterprises can display Google advertisement on Web sites and earn revenue from hits that generate traffic for the Google search engines.


From all that listed above two keyword must simply involve which are Advertisement and Earning

This simply means. AdSense is a medium that which a publisher monetize his webpage by simply advertising for Google.

I hope this help the term AdSense



√ Why AdSense?

Many publishers/bloggers are desperately chasing AdSense! Why AdSense?


 Advertisers constantly bid for ad space

Million of advertiser compete for ad space, that means more money, more relevant ads and more ad space filled



                                      Advertisements






✓What is Hosted account?




To point.
AdSense hosted account is the account approved through Google products such as YouTube, hubpages  or Blogspot, upon having an approved account there, it will be regarded as Hosted-account



✓ What is Non-hosted account?

Non-hosted AdSense account as sound means an AdSense account approved through third party (not google product or even Google related product)





✓Difference between Non-hosted AdSense account and Hosted account?




Features will tell. Lols..

Features of Hosted account

•More chance of approval being Google product.
•Earn money with YouTube monetization 
•Can be used only on Google product. E.g .blogspot.com. YouTube and hubspot.
•Cant be used on third party product.




Features of Non-hosted account

 •Chance of approval is a bit lower to that of Hosted account.
•You earn with YouTube monetization as well.
• You can use it on any website upon approval


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  1. Thank you for tell us about hosted and non hosted account i was thinking what is difference between hosted and non hosted account thnk to u for clear me about it

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