Google Adsense Allows Revenue Sharing

Mar 27, 2007 • 12:12 pm | comments (0) by twitter | Filed Under Google AdSense
 

Earlier, we posted regarding that it was unclear if Google allows for revenue sharing. A member at the DigitalPoint Forums sent an email to Google asking whether revenue sharing was supported by the Google Adsense model and received the following response from a member of the Google Adsense Team:

Your members are welcome to submit an application at https://www.google.com/adsense/app-single-1 with your site as their URL. There is no cost or obligation and our review period takes just 2-3 days. If their applications are approved, they can easily set up their accounts and start displaying Google ads and AdSense for search within minutes.

Please be aware that the revenue generated from these ads will be directly tied to the specific account(s) indicated in the ad code.

We do not have official confirmation from Google in support of this message, but the DigitalPoint members are very happy to hear these results.

Forum discussion continues at DigitalPoint Forums.

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