Use Single Google AdSense Account For Multiple Websites
Can we use single Google AdSense account for multiple websites ?
The answer is YES ! You can use your existing Google AdSense account to generate ad code and use it in other websites of yours. And yes its allowed by Google.
In fact, it is advisable to do so if you have more than one website. Instead of applying for a new Ad Sense account. Best thing you don’t even have to notify Google about that.
Here’s what Google AdSense support page says about adding more sites to the account.
“There’s no need to open another account or notify us when you place ad code on a new site. Once your account is approved, whenever you place your AdSense code on a new page, we’ll automatically associate that new site with your account.
Just generate the AdSense code as you did for your original site, and add it to whichever page you’d like — making sure, of course, that it complies with our program policies. You don’t need our team to officially review your site beforehand, but please use your best judgment to make sure that your site content and ad implementation are compliant. (Our policy explanations might help.) We regularly review sites displaying our ads, and we’ll let you know if we find any issues (Courtesy Google AdSense)”
Google AdSense is one of the most popular program to maximize your Blog or websites earning. If you already have a approved Google AdSense account, your first and difficult part is over. Just log on to your AdSense account and generate code for your websites. I would advice to name your AdSense code accordingly so that you can trace which website is earning more.
One word of caution please do follow the Google AdSense Terms of service. Or your account might get deactivated, and you don’t want that. Place your AdSense code, follow the best placement tips. Follow these Tips to avoid violating Google AdSense terms of service.
Note: If you’re using the Authorized Sites feature in Google AdSense account. You’ll need to add the new URL in your authorized site list, or you won’t receive any earnings for that URL.
Posted By: Ben Jamir