|Adding a "foreign" site to my adsense account|
Exchange rates, account settings, etc?
| 10:23 pm on Dec 1, 2005 (gmt 0)|
I have a couple of sites with adsense on them, both located in the United States. I have a new site that has to do strictly with Canada. I am wondering if anyone has done something like this, and if you have noticed a difference, for better or for worse in earnings...Does G factor in exchange rates? Are click values average, better, or worse?
and when I create the code for this new site, should I do anything else differently with the settings?
Any comments regarding experience with "multiple countries" would be great!
| 3:30 am on Dec 2, 2005 (gmt 0)|
|Any comments regarding experience with "multiple countries" would be great! |
You publish, you earn, Google give you a great exchange rate...as simple as that!
Apologies, I am not being rude, maybe this is the fallout from the "no one being able to search WebmasterWorld" now?
Don't worry besnette...the all-conquering algoes will resolve your questions:
|Are click values average, better, or worse? |
No different to whatever you have now!
| 4:02 am on Dec 2, 2005 (gmt 0)|
Yeah, I did to a search for "canada" and "exchange rates" but nothing came up. One thing that I have to say I don't like about the forum is that I have had an account for years, and read daily, but rarely post, so it says I am a "noob"
I appreciate your comments.
| 4:06 am on Dec 2, 2005 (gmt 0)|
OK My experience with Adsense from a UK perspective using EFT.
The amounts are all in US dollars. Then when the net+30 payment is made by Google it's converted to the local currency (in my case pounds) to pay into a bank account.
From what I gather if your site is totally Canadian - eg mailing address is there, bank account there etc that's the currency you will be paid in. However if you're running a Canadian site from America you'll get paid in US dollars. However this is just how I see it - email Google Adsense support for a definitive answer based on the specifics of your situation.