Google AdWords & AdSense Users Want Money Transfers Between Accounts

Mar 30, 2007 • 7:11 am | comments (4) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google AdSense
 

The Yahoo! Publisher Network has one feature that Google AdSense does not have. Yahoo allows you to transfer your earned publisher income to your Yahoo Search Marketing account, to spend the money there.

According to a WebmasterWorld thread, AdWords advisor claims that this feature "is on our radar." But even more so, he/she explain why it is taking so long for Google to implement.

To that I'll add that, for a number of reasons, including regulatory issues with the many different currencies with which one may pay for Adwords (or be payed in by AdSense), this is not nearly as simple as it might appear to be at first blush. ;)

I wonder if this is one of the reasons why Yahoo hasn't opened up YPN to publishers outside of the United States? In any event, this would be a nice feature to add, based on the number of requests I have seen out there over time.

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

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Comments:

Anthony

04/05/2007 02:37 pm

VERY SMART move on the part of Yahoo by making it easier for their customers to put money back in their own pockets. It was interesting to watch the big 3 compete for PPC market share, and now it will be interesting to see them compete for the (publisher network) space. I'm staying tuned.

mark

03/19/2008 09:57 am

Yes its something i really want , i would spend more on advertising so google would make more money too

Dave

09/20/2008 11:19 am

This is something I've wanted for ages, it would be extremely useful in improving cashflow for marketers to simply pump money from our adsense accounts back into our adwords accounts. Surely it wouldn't matter to google if there was still a minimum transfer balance?

Abdul Aziz

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