Thank you for your interest in using Google AdSense to monetize your blog. The AdSense program enables you to display ads on your blog and earn money when visitors click on those ads. Before you apply to join the AdSense program, please read and understand the following policies.
AdSense provides guidelines for the placement of ads on your blog to ensure a good user experience for visitors. You may not place ads in a way that interferes with the user’s ability to access your content or that misleads visitors into clicking on the ads. You must also ensure that ads are clearly labeled as such and that they are not placed near content that promotes illegal activities or infringes on the intellectual property rights of others.
AdSense has strict content guidelines that must be followed to ensure a safe and enjoyable user experience for visitors. You may not display ads on content that promotes violence, hate speech, or discrimination based on race, gender, religion, or sexual orientation. You must also ensure that your content is original, relevant, and high-quality. AdSense may also restrict the use of certain keywords and topics in your content.
AdSense requires that the traffic to your blog comes from legitimate sources. You may not artificially inflate your traffic or use any methods to generate invalid clicks or impressions on your ads. You may not encourage visitors to click on your ads or compensate them for doing so. AdSense may also restrict the use of certain traffic sources, such as traffic from paid-to-click sites or traffic exchanges.
AdSense provides a user-friendly interface for managing your account, including tracking your earnings and managing your ad units. You are responsible for maintaining the security of your AdSense account and ensuring that your contact information is up to date. AdSense may also suspend or terminate your account if you violate any of the policies or if your blog engages in fraudulent or illegal activities.
AdSense pays you for the clicks and impressions generated by the ads on your blog. You must provide accurate payment information, including your name and address, in order to receive payment. AdSense may also require you to verify your identity and address before making payment. Payment is made on a monthly basis and is subject to a minimum payment threshold.
Changes to Policies
AdSense may update its policies from time to time to ensure compliance with legal requirements and to improve the user experience for visitors. We encourage you to review the policies periodically to ensure that your blog is in compliance.
If you have any questions or concerns about the AdSense program and policies, please contact AdSense support for assistance.