Wednesday, 6 February 2013

All the information about adsence account and its critaria [ source : google ]

Eligibility to participate in AdSense

While we can't say whether your site would be eligible without fully reviewing your application, there are a few things you can check before applying to see if your site would be a good fit with AdSense.
  • Do you have a website?
    You'll need one in order to participate. If you don't have one, you can create one using Blogger. Read our tips for creating great content so you'll attract users and advertisers to your site.
  • Are you at least 18 years old?
    As noted in our Terms and Conditions, we can only accept applications from applicants who are over 18.
  • Does your site comply with our program policies?
    Check that your site complies with our policies before submitting your application. Keep in mind that we may change our policies at any time, and per our Terms and Conditions, it's your responsibility to keep up-to-date with them.
  • Have you owned your site for 6 months?
    In some locations, including China and India, we require publishers to have owned their sites for 6 months. We've taken this step to ensure the quality of our advertising network and protect the interests of our advertisers and existing publishers.
When you're ready, just submit an application. We'll review your application and get back to you by email within about a week.

Ownership of the website to use for AdSense

You must have access to edit the HTML source code of the website in order to be able to display Google ads or an AdSense for search box.
  • If you've created a website via a content management system (CMS) (for example, Blogger), you can submit its URL providing that you have access to AdSense or to the HTML source code from the interface.

  • If you don't have a website, or your site isn't compatible with JavaScript, the options below will help you get started with AdSense. Keep in mind that the AdSense ad code and search code may be used on any page on any site that complies with our Program policies.
    1. Create a new blog using Google's service, Blogger. Through Blogger, webmasters can display Google ads without ever copying or pasting HTML code. Signing up for a Blogger account is fast, easy and free.

      Once you've created your blog, you can add Google ads by following the instructions.

    2. Create a new site using Google's web hosting service, Google Sites. To begin designing and publishing your own Google-hosted website, please visit For more information, read "Adding AdSense to your Google Site".

    3. If you want to monetize your YouTube video content, please apply for the YouTube Partner Program or if your YouTube account is already eligible for monetization follow the instructions displayed in the YouTube interface to apply for AdSense.
If you submit a site you don't own (for example,, you won't be able to place the AdSense code on the site and your application will not be approved.

Age requirements 


Can I sign up for AdSense if I'm under 18 years old?
As stated in the AdSense Terms and Conditions, publishers must be at least 18 years of age to participate in the AdSense program.
If you are not yet 18, you may have a parent or guardian submit an application using their own Google Account. If their application is approved, all payments will be made to the adult responsible for the site.

Reasons your website might not be a good fit for AdSense 

Our system has filters in place to keep advertisers' ads from displaying on pages that could be interpreted as negative, non-family safe or potentially offensive. If a site falls into one of these categories or our system detects any other reason an advertiser might not want their ads on a website, our system may classify that site's content as sensitive.
If this happens to your site, our system will try to display appropriate ads for your page. For example, a news article related to a car accident might display ads related to driving safety instead of ads related to car sales. However, if it's determined that our system can't display ads which are appropriate for a site's sensitive content, then ad serving may be disabled.

Signing up for AdSense for a Google AdWords advertiser 


We're excited to help you find yet another way for you to increase your revenue and encourage you to submit an application to participate in AdSense.  

Using other ad networks together with AdSense 

Can I sign up if I am already a part of another ad network?
We have some guidelines as to how non-Google ads may be displayed along with Google ads. We do allow affiliate or limited-text links.
If your ad network already displays Google ads on your pages, you can still join AdSense and run ads on your site through our program. We allow publishers to display up to three standard Google ad units on any webpage.
Keep in mind that it's your responsibility to work out any contractual issues that may arise with your ad network as a result of serving Google ads directly.

If you need more than one AdSense account 

Need another AdSense account? Depending on your situation, there may be a number of possible solutions.
Publishers are only allowed to maintain one AdSense account under the same payee name.
However, we've provided some guidance below that may help you if you're trying to submit multiple applications. Please identify which common reason best describes your situation, then follow the instructions below.
1) I need to update the Google Account login of my existing account
To update your Google Account login, please follow these steps:
  1. Sign in to your account.
  2. On the Home tab, visit the Account settings page.
  3. In the Personal settings section, click "Edit password in Google Accounts". Then follow the guided process to update your login. Please be aware that if your Google Account is a Gmail address, you will not be able to change it. We're sorry for any inconvenience.
Edit password
2) I can't access my existing account
This troubleshooter is designed to help you solve common problems signing in to your AdSense account. At each step, we'll provide instructions or further questions to help narrow down the issue you're facing. Following the instructions exactly will help ensure the best results.
3) I need to add more sites to my existing account
You can use your existing account to do so. Please see our entry on adding more sites.
4) I need a separate account for my business
In this case, you may submit a new application. Please make sure that the account type (individual or business) and payee name are different from your original application, and ensure that you can accept payments to that payee.
5) I need more reporting channels
The maximum number of channels we offer is 500 custom channels and 500 URL channels per product. URL channels are only available for AdSense for content products.

How to share a joint AdSense account 


You can share your account with other people, such as business partners, employees, friends and family, and give them either of two levels of access. Users with access to your account can help you run your account and manage other users, depending on the level of access you want to give them. You can also remove access at any time.
However, AdSense accounts aren't permitted to have multiple payee names. Currently, the payee name on an AdSense account must be either an individual or a company name, and all account earnings will be paid to that name.
Publishers are allowed to place ad code from more than one AdSense account on a page that complies with our program policies. Alternatively, publishers may choose to rotate ad codes from more than one publisher across a website.

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