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« on: June 17, 2014, 08:37:56 PM »

Do you know you can make money from your Site's search
with your Google Adsense..

 AdSense for search is a free product that lets you to place a Custom Search Engine on your site to provide users with web search. You'll also earn revenue from relevant ads on the search results page.
AdSense for search offers you the following:
  • choosing the content your users search: your site, a collection of sites you choose, or the entire web. You can also prioritize and restrict search to specific sections of sites.
  • customization of look and feel: you choose the colors, location of the ads, and the option to host the results on your site or have Google host them for you.
  • monetization of search results pages with targeted ads: your search results pages will display relevant ads, and you'll earn revenue when users click on these ads.
If you're an existing AdSense publisher, you can easily add AdSense for search to your site. If you're new to AdSense, just complete our quick online application.
For displaying ads with AdSense for content, publishers receive 68% of the revenue recognized by Google in connection with the service. For AdSense for search, publishers receive 51% of the revenue recognized by Google. These percentages are consistent, regardless of a publisher's geographic location, and are not in any way averaged between publishers. We don't disclose the revenue share for other AdSense products; the revenue share varies for other products due to different costs of developing and supporting these products.
You can view revenue share details in your account:
  • Sign in to your AdSense account.
  • Click the gear icon and select Settings from the drop-down list.
  • In the sidebar, under "Account", click Account information.
  • In the "Account information" section, you'll see each revenue share displayed next to "Active products."
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We believe our revenue share is extremely competitive. However, revenue shares alone can be misleading, so we encourage you to focus on the total revenue generated for your site. For example, if Google’s auction of ad inventory on your site generates $100, with our 68% revenue share you'd receive $68 through AdSense. Another ad network might offer an 80% revenue share, but only collect $50 from advertisers, so you'd receive $40.
With the vast number of advertisers competing to appear on AdSense sites, our system ensures that you're earning the most possible for every ad impression you receive.

How To Implement a search engine If your AdSense application is approved, we'll provide you with search code to paste into your webpages. You can add the default code into your page to start providing search instantly to your users, or spend some time customizing the search engine before pasting your code.
To get the search code:
  • Sign in to your account at https://www.google.com/adsense.
  • Visit the My ads tab.
  • Select Search.
  • Click +New custom search engine. Add AFS
  • Pick whether you want this search box to search the entire web, or specific sites you list.
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  • Design your search box and search results using the guided setup.
  • Copy and paste the search code from the Search box code into your HTML pages.
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If you'd like more details about adding the code to your pages, please review the Code Implementation Guide.
You Can Show search results in your own site When you display AdSense for search results within your site, the results of a user search performed in your AdSense for search box will appear within a frame on your own page. This means that rather than users being taken to Google, they will stay on your site, while still having access to the useful information provided through Google web search.
First, be sure to create the page where the search results will be displayed.
 If your web host or site application does not offer you the ability to create a separate URL for your search results -- for example, if you're using Blogger -- you will not be able to implement your search results within your page. Once you've created the page where search results will be displayed, follow these steps:
  • Sign in to your account at https://www.google.com/adsense.
  • Visit the My ads tab
  • Choose Search as the product.
  • Click New custom search engine.
  • Customize your search engine as usual. Expand the Search results section./li>
Select the radio button marked Display results on my website using an iframe

  • Enter the URL of the page you've created in which you'd like search results to appear. You must create this page yourself; it will not be created or displayed automatically on the URL you enter. If you're familiar with relative URLs, you're welcome to enter one instead of the full URL.
  • Click Save and get code.
  • Copy the code generated in the Search box code box and paste it into the HTML source of the page where you'd like to display the search box.
  • Next, copy the code generated in the box labeled Search results code and paste it into the HTML source of the page on which you'd like to display the search results.
  • Save your webpages
  Happy EaRnIngS :) :)

« Last Edit: June 17, 2014, 08:51:52 PM by Timi Dapsin »


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