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Using blogger and adsense

What is the difference in payment

     
12:31 pm on Apr 14, 2006 (gmt 0)

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I am new to the game and I am trying to learn how to build at least quality sites. That being said I am impatient and want to get a few sites going so I have forwarded some of my domains into a couple of blogs with adsense.

My question is this. Is an adsense payout the same for a site I was personally hosting compared to one being hosted by blogger or is there a lower payment to the blogger hosted site?
1:07 pm on Apr 14, 2006 (gmt 0)

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No difference whatsoever. The pay per click is based on the number of advertisers bidding for keywords that Adsense decides your page is about and thus the ads that they should display.
4:01 am on Apr 15, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Blogger is owned by Google, so they still get their cut no matter where the ads are.
4:12 am on Apr 15, 2006 (gmt 0)

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the only problem is the only ads you ever see on blogger are "get a free blog" type ads..
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the only problem is the only ads you ever see on blogger are "get a free blog" type ads..

Not true if you use section targeting, the competitive ad filter, and never ever mention the word "blog."

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the only problem is the only ads you ever see on blogger are "get a free blog" type ads..

Absolutely not. The ads on my blog are 100% relevant. The blog does focus exclusively on one particular subject matter though.
9:11 am on Apr 15, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Looking at my blog right now, ads are 100% on topic. I do find that a new post might upset the targeting until the bot revisits, but not drastically so. It's a wordpress blog I host, as opposed to a hosted WP/blogger account - not that that should make the slightest difference anyhow.
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I've read the "never mention the 'B' word" a few times but had forgotten about it..

the ads on my blog were 50/50 on target.. not bad, but a few "get your free Blog" ads were in there..

last night I went thru and removed the few "B" words, and used section targeting on a few sections. The blog is probably 98% on target with my niche, with only 2 or 3 non-niche entries..

I came back this morning to check on the fruits of my labor, and 100% of EVERY add is for a blog!

I dont know if it's coincidence or not, but it sucks!

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yes happened to me to for last few days...

WHioch section do I target, since my link unit is inside my post, so I'm not sure does it take ($blogcontent$). ($blogdate$), ($blogbody$) for targetting or my rea content?

(those are html tags above and below my unit inside the html.

my question is does adsense read this as blog word or goes inside the ($blogcontent$) and takes word from content I wrote? other ads are targeted that are in my sidebar...

7:51 pm on Apr 17, 2006 (gmt 0)

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I began my blog on blogger, then moved it to its own domain with wordpress. My earnings per click went way up after I moved it, so Google may take more of the revenue on blogger. Please note that my results are from a fairly small sample size, so it could just be a coincidence.
 

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