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if i add adword.on my website so you should pay me or i should pay you ?,

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if i add adword on my website so you should pay or I should pay you ?

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Re: if i add adword.on my website so you should pay me or i should pay you ?,

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Hi Kahkashan,

My best guess is you wish to participate in Google's AdSense program. In a nutshell: if you allow Google to show AdWords ads (Google ads) on your website, Google will pay you for genuine clicks. (Restrictions may apply.) To that end, you first need to create a Google AdSense account.

Please learn that AdSense is off topic in this community. If you wish to learn about it, please post your queries in the community linked-to below.

*** AdSense Help Forum ***
https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!forum/adsense

Best,
Lakatos

if i add adword.on my website so you should pay me or i should pay you ?,

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AdWords is designed to take customers money without them knowing. It might
as well be a scam as it's useless for most businesses in my opinion. Also,
unlike Bing Ads, AdWords is set up to automatically take money from it's
customers every month. I was unaware of this and paid a high price. AdWords
support is debating whether to refund some of my money as the service has
been very confusing on how they charge their customers.

AdWords has been a nightmare experience for me.

Jonathan Walter