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Adwords and Adsense

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How can Adwords and Adsense be utilized effective for website (social media blog) promotion

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Re: Adwords and Adsense

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Hello and welcome to the forum Smiley Happy

 

Both (Adwords and Adsense) are 2 different products of Google. Adwords is an advertising platform where you bid on the keywords, domains to have your ad displayed on Google Search and Google Display Network.

On the contrary, Adsense is a platform where you tend to publish some code on your website using javascript and Google shows the ads related to the content of your website.

 

Now interestingly in Adwords you have to pay to Google to get the traffic on your website and on Ad sense, Google pays you when someone happens to click on an ad which you have published on your website.

 

You can find more details in this reference about both products.

 

Feel free to come back to the community about Adwords related questions and all will be glad to assist you.

 

Hope this helps!

Pankaj

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Re: Adwords and Adsense

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Hello and welcome to the forum Smiley Happy

 

Both (Adwords and Adsense) are 2 different products of Google. Adwords is an advertising platform where you bid on the keywords, domains to have your ad displayed on Google Search and Google Display Network.

On the contrary, Adsense is a platform where you tend to publish some code on your website using javascript and Google shows the ads related to the content of your website.

 

Now interestingly in Adwords you have to pay to Google to get the traffic on your website and on Ad sense, Google pays you when someone happens to click on an ad which you have published on your website.

 

You can find more details in this reference about both products.

 

Feel free to come back to the community about Adwords related questions and all will be glad to assist you.

 

Hope this helps!

Pankaj

Re: Adwords and Adsense

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Hi Shavanikaul20,

 

I'd recommend reading this post about a new advertiser with adwords. It covers some really good areas for a new advertiser.

 

Another really good place is to read up at http://www.google.com/ads/learn/ There are loads of good videos here that will help you.