Can One Place Two Different AdSense Publisher IDs On the Same Page?

Mar 28, 2007 • 7:14 am | comments (3) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google AdSense

A DigitalPoint Forums thread asks if you are allowed to place two different Google AdSense ads from two different publishers on the same page? For example, you and your friend run a blog together. Can you place your ad on the top left, while his ad is on the top right of the same page?

The answer appears to be no.

According to Google AdSense Online Standard Terms and Conditions, section two, paragraph "AdSense for Content," last line:

You shall not display any Ad Unit on a page that contains Ads associated with another Google AdSense customer (e.g., Your Web hosting company), unless authorized to do so by Google.

This does not mean it is out of the question. You simply need to get special person from Google to do so.

Forum discussion at DigitalPoint Forums.

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04/05/2007 02:19 pm

That's "interesting", but I am not sure if there is much value in having two separate pub id's on a site. If you are partnering with someone on rev share, I think it would just make sense to share all revenue equally. It would allow each to focus on building the site/blog/business, rather than watching their individual AdSense accounts. (I know, everyone has an opinion) :) - OldSchool


04/09/2007 08:29 pm

In some cases it's a convenient way to partnering with some one to run a web site. I was thinking about using adsense channels from one account to revenue sharing.


11/22/2008 08:00 pm

It has been changed and now 2 can put ads in a single page. Its updated <a href= rel="nofollow"></a>

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