AdSense Site Management add Website Owned Site List
Google AdSense is a popular way to help monetize website content. But there is something that needs to be done in the AdSense account before you can start making money from you website content. You have to add your website or domain to the AdSense Site Management “Owned Site List”.
To do this login to the AdSense account.
Once logged in to the account click the gear over on the right side of the page and then click Settings.
After Settings click on Site Management over on the left side of the page.
In the settings window you will see two tabs one titled “Owned” and one titled “Unclaimed”.
Select the “Owned” tab.
Type in your domain name (example.com) for the entire domain to be authorized to be paid for serving AdSense Ads
then click add site.
Now the website or domain is authorized to be paid by Google AdSense for delivering AdSense ads.
Unless this is done AdSense will not pay for the ads shown on the website.
You will get all the tracking and performance data in the AdSense account but those veiws and click won’t be applied to any payment.
Google Adsense won’t pay for the ad performance, displaying of the ads, or clicks, until the website domain is added to the AdSense Site Management add website Owned Site List.
Once the website or domain is added to the “owned site list” the domain deploying Google AdSense ads will begin to monetize your website content.
So remember to monetize your website content using Google AdSense ads you must, I repeat, MUST go to AdSense Site Management add Website Owned Site List and add your website address or domain.
Google AdSense help has an article with more information on the subject.
Below is a Zeros Ones produced video that shows how to enable this function and start getting paid for your website content using Google AdSense ads.
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