We all understand that Google pays out the highest percentage when it comes to comparing all other Ads payment, but coming to talk more about the Google Adsense, there are different kind of it which we shall be discussing here; ” difference between Google AdSense Hosted Account and Non-Hosted Account “.
There are great difference between those two accounts
Now lets go to the point… explaining Google AdSense Hosted Account (vs) Non Hosted Account to your maximum understanding.
Difference between Google Hosted Account and Non Hosted Account
Google AdSense Hosted Account
The hosted Adsense account is a kind of Google Adsense account that allows you as a publishers to serve Google ads on only Google hosted domains or Google partner platforms like on blogspot blog, YouTube etc, as against your custom domains like .com, .net, .info etc.
Applying for a Hosted Adsense account is simply by logging to your blogger account platform or any other Google own platform like YouTube and the rest.
Just in case you are wondering how to identify Hosted Adsense account, Well it is clearly stated on the Top of the account. See image above.
Non Hosted Google AdSense Account
While the non-hosted Adsense account is the account that allow publisher to monetize their webpage contents with Google ads on any Adsense policy compliant platform, which also includes WordPress, or any non Google platform you can think of including but not limited to your own custom domains, forum webpages etc.
Non-hosted Adsense account can be gotten by registering directly through Google Adsense Sign webpage, www.adsense.com and by submitting the domain on which you want to show ads on.
In the non-hosted Adsense Account dashboard, you will not find the red written Hosted Account at the top right corner
So those are the major differences that you need to know about Hosted and non-hosted Adsense account.
You can actually upgrade from Hosted ACcount to Non-Hosted Account, using the steps below;
Step 1: Sign into your AdSense account.
Step 2: On the top right, you will see the gear icon. Click that and select settings.
Step 3: On the left side select Site “Access and authorization” section and select Site authorization.
Step 4: On the “Show ads on other websites” page that appears, enter the URL of the site where you plan to show ads.
Step 5: Click Submit.
Now after submitting the application, you’ve to add the AdSense code in the blog you submitted in above step.
Step 6: Add AdSense code to your website
- Sign into your AdSense account. Now visit the My ads tab.
- From the sidebar, choose “Content.”
- Click +New ad unit button.
- In the next step enter the name of your ad and customize it.
- View details about the settings.
- Click Save and get the code.
Now create a new HTML widget in your blog sidebar and add AdSense code that you generated in the step mentioned above.
Please Note that Google will manually review your application. It can take few days or week.