Google Makes "Allowed Sites" AdSense Feature Available To All

Aug 28, 2007 • 7:25 am | comments (1) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google AdSense
 

Back in June, we reported that Google ramped up testing the allowed sites AdSense feature.

In short, the Allowed Sites feature, enables publishers to specify which sites can display their ads. This way you do not have to worry about a person stealing your ads with your publisher ID on them, and getting your account banned for "invalid clicks."

The new allowed sites feature now seems to be live for all AdSense publishers. Just login to your account and go to https://www.google.com/adsense/publisher-whitelist-view. Here is a screen capture of what the page looks like:

Allowed Sites in Google AdSense

You can allow domains and even subdomains (i.e. if you have a hosted blog on a blogspot.com domain or something similar). Note, if your ad is found on a domain that is now specified in the allowed sites database, then your ads will still show, but impressions and clicks will not be recorded.

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Comments:

Ryan

08/28/2007 01:01 pm

Hmm, wait. If my ads show on a site that I didn't authorize, that means it's probably fraud right? But the ads still show? I wonder if Google is going to charge the advertiser for these clicks. I should hope not as well.

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