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12:27 am on May 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Hello,

Is it ok to have a blank page with 3 adsense ads only, and allow adsense to take the domain name to determine which ads to display?

12:42 am on May 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

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No Google ad may be placed on any non-content-based pages.

From the Program Policies.

1:21 am on May 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

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thanks.
5:37 am on May 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Actually, there is a specific program for this, Adsense for domains:

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But you have to qualify (more than 750,000 page views per month)....

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(more than 750,000 page views per month)

In other words, having like a few thousand high quality domain names. Leaving those high value domain names without content is another sad story!

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Or you can park your domain on any partnered Adsense site such as Sedo and have Adsense automaticaly displayed.
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But you have to qualify (more than 750,000 page views per month)....

From the Adsense for domains FAQ:
"Your network of sites should generate 750,000 page views per month to be eligible for the AdSense for domains service."

This seems to mean 750k pageviews total among all sites on your account, not just the parked domain. So if you have a couple of successful 'active' sites that generate that kind of traffic, you can qualify to monetize your parked domains.

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This seems to mean 750k pageviews total among all sites on your account, not just the parked domain. So if you have a couple of successful 'active' sites that generate that kind of traffic, you can qualify to monetize your parked domains.

Nope. Two different programs. Adsense for Domains requires 750K page views spread among your parked domains.

1:31 am on June 6, 2006 (gmt 0)

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What if you put some content just to satisfy the TOS, several domain registers give up to 5 megs free hosting. I don't do it myself but it seems plausible.
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I found multiple domains with an obvious copy of each other with nothing but adsense ads on them and no content other than a handful of links they probably got off some site. Talk about a waste of search engine space. I turned them all in.
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I was having couple of domains which i did put some 10 pages with relevant content and hosted in free webhosting servers. AdSense was running fine and also fetched some $$ till the Webhosting company started pop-ups and their own AdSense dispalying on the pages. G asked me to review the pages and remove the Pop-ups which eventually forced me to go for paid webhosting. These days Webhosting to put some 50-100 pages (10MB)does not cost more than 15-20 $.