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AdWords and AdSense

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Hi Suzanne I am new to the Adwords Community and would like to turn my facebook page into a shopping mall for my model facebk friends and ladies. I have two questions is Adwords and adsense completely different? And how would you suggest I incorporate Google adsense or adwords into my facebook using store brand ads?

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Re: AdWords and AdSense

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Hey Moe,

 

AdWords and AdSense are related, but different ends.

 

AdWords is for advertisers. It will show your ad on Google, Search Partners and Display Networks. You pay for the clicks you get.

 

AdSense is for websites, both search partners and display networks display Google ads on their site. Search partners show Google ads along side of Google search results (AdSense for search). Display Networks show Google ads along side related content pages (AdSense for content). The web site publisher gets paid a portion of the revenue generated by clicks on Google ads.

 

Unless you are creating an app page for Facebook, you will not be able to use AdSense. You seem to be talking about creating a shopping mall as an app for your Facebook page. If that's not what you mean, you should probably look into that. I'm pretty sure Facebook will only allow you to show ads from approved providers, and I don't think Google is one of those providers. I recommend you thoroughly study the Facebook app guidelines before going ahead with this project.

 

Best of Luck!

 

Pete

 

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Hi Moe,

 

Just to explained why I moved your thread. Suzanne is a user who participated in online optimization. I wasn't sure she could address your question.

 

You can read about differences between AdWords and AdSense on this thread. Hope that helps.

 

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Hey Moe,

 

AdWords and AdSense are related, but different ends.

 

AdWords is for advertisers. It will show your ad on Google, Search Partners and Display Networks. You pay for the clicks you get.

 

AdSense is for websites, both search partners and display networks display Google ads on their site. Search partners show Google ads along side of Google search results (AdSense for search). Display Networks show Google ads along side related content pages (AdSense for content). The web site publisher gets paid a portion of the revenue generated by clicks on Google ads.

 

Unless you are creating an app page for Facebook, you will not be able to use AdSense. You seem to be talking about creating a shopping mall as an app for your Facebook page. If that's not what you mean, you should probably look into that. I'm pretty sure Facebook will only allow you to show ads from approved providers, and I don't think Google is one of those providers. I recommend you thoroughly study the Facebook app guidelines before going ahead with this project.

 

Best of Luck!

 

Pete

 

petebardo -- Deadhead doing AdWords