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Crediting Adwords Account With Adsense Revenue

Is Google planning to do this?

     
9:49 am on Dec 5, 2003 (gmt 0)

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I suggest to Google they even award a small percentage bonus (e.g. 5%) for doing so. For the publisher who focuses mainly on adsense, it could help open them up to adwords. Also, there are quite a few advertisers who set fairly low budget limits on their adwords campaigns, so why not induce them to spend more by pumping their adsense earnings right back into google's hands.

Also, by issuing a check, the money could end up anywhere. Companies as well as individuals often spend frivolously, so why not trap the funds inside of googleplex instead? Makes sense to me.

If they had this feature, how many of you would use it instead of receiving a check?

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who are you trying to help? unberlievable! I use adsense to put food on my table - no-one elses!
12:04 pm on Dec 5, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Google representatives have mentioned that they are woring on this, but no ETA has been given yet.

Getvisibleuk, a large number of people use both Adwords and Adsense. For those, transferring the money back and forth can amount to several % loss in bank fees. Avoiding that overhead will put more food on *their* table.

12:14 pm on Dec 5, 2003 (gmt 0)

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As bird says I am sure this is being worked on.

Although I cannot imagine the problems it could cause re tax etc.

Personally I would not use it as I prefer the two to be separate. I would still want the cheque and would still pay AdWords seperately.

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>award a small percentage bonus (e.g. 5%)

It's a good idea, but I think the bonus should be much larger....say 20% ;)

12:49 pm on Dec 5, 2003 (gmt 0)

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I would be the first one to sign up.

Here in Canada, we are the leaders in the cashless society. Now only if I could get Tim Horton's to swipe the stripe, I would never deal in hard currency again :)

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Google is very old-fashioned with the only-by-check payment, I receive other commission by Electronic transfer, but they do not have it available, I woukd like the credit to use it on my AdWords account but they do not have it available.

Very dissapointed with this Google issue.

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Google has said they will be introducing further payment options for AdSense publishers, so we should hopefully see something in the new year.