Webwork - 8:11 pm on Dec 3, 2010 (gmt 0)
From [google.com ] Adsense help:
The simplest way to assign your domains to AdSense for domains is to delegate your domains' nameserver to Google's DNS nameserver, which we've described below. Alternatively, you can update your domainís A records and CNAME, though this is more complicated.
Delegating your nameservers is a single step with most domain registrars. All you need to do is change you domain's nameserver to be all four of these values:
As soon as the records validate, usually within 24 hours, we'll start serving ads to traffic that comes to your site.
I haven't "played with" :P Adsense for domains due to the negative buzz about the setup being a PITA . . but now that it appears Google is "making things simpler" . . maybe it's time for a test.
Anyone have any success with Adsense for domains?
Anyone try the new DNS set up? What can you tell us?
Geez . . . I wonder what happens to the domain parking companies . . now that Google has simplified domain pointing? I mean, now making the change . . and cutting out the middleman . . is as simple as a DNS change.
Google has recently been "playing with" (Dang! There's that phrase again!) the parking system code, reportedly in an effort to reduce click fraud issues. I wonder if the recent "updates"(?) were meant to go hand-in-hand with Google's new "park your domains with us" offering?