Hosted Vs Non-Hosted AdSense Account: If you are a blogger or YouTuber then you must know what is hosted and non-hosted Adsense account. If you also have any confusion about Hosted Vs Non-Hosted Adsense Account, then in this post I am going to remove all your doubts. Google Adsense is the best Ad Network in the world. The popular methods to earn money online are YouTube and Blogging.
You can earn money by putting Adsense ads on them. Adsense is the main source of 90% of YouTubers and Bloggers. For this reason, if you want to earn money online sitting at home, then you should know some important things about Adsense.
Today we will talk in detail on this post, what is a Hosted and Non-Hosted Account in Google Adsense? What is the difference between them and which account is beneficial for you? Hosted Vs Non-Hosted AdSense Account Mainly Google Adsense provides you two types of accounts; Hosted Adsense and Non-Hosted AdSense Account or Fully Approved Account.
Definition Hosted Adsense Account
The Adsense account publisher, which allows Google to advertise only on products hosted by Google i.e. YouTube and Blogspot Blog, is called Hosted Adsense Account.
YouTube and Blogspot are both Google products. Google does not charge you any money for uploading videos to YouTube or creating a blog on Blogspot, while both these products are hosted by Google.
For this reason, the Adsense account that you approve on YouTube and Blogspot Blog is called Hosted Adsense account.
How to identify a Hosted Account? It is very easy to identify which Hosted account is.
First you login to Adsense account and top right By clicking on the “logo” of Gmail you will see on the corner, Here, the Hosted account will be written in red color. The revenue share in Hosted Adsense Account is 55% and 45%.
That means: The publisher gets 55% more than Google retains 45%.
- You can upgrade the Hosted account to make it a Non-Hosted account.
- You cannot use Hosted account ads on any other blog or website.
Non-Hosted Adsense Account
When you create a blog or website by purchasing your own hosting and domain and get it approved by Google Adsense, that kind of account is called Non-Hosted Adsense or Fully Approved Account.
That is if you create a personal blog or website by purchasing hosting and domain on sites like Dianahost, Godaddy, Siteground, Hostgator, and monetize it with Adsense, that account is called Fully Approved Adsense Account.
Apart from this, if you approve it with Adsense by using Custom Domain (.com, .in, .org, .net) on Blogspot, then you will also get a Non-Hosted account.
How to identify A Non-Hosted AdSense Account?
When you log in into the “Google Adsense account” and click on the Gmail icon then you will see on the right corner a Non-hosted account will be a green color. nothing is written in the Dashboard of Non-hosted account like Hosted account.
That is, it is a Non-hosted Adsense account or Fully approved account.
The revenue share for Adsense Non-Hosted Account is 68% and 32%.
- The publisher gets 68%.
- Google retains 32%.
∗ You can monetize the ads of a non-hosted account by using it on multiple blogs or websites.
∗ It is very difficult to approve your blog from Adsense and make it a non-hosted account, for this you have to follow the guideline of Adsense.
∗ You can also use a Non-Hosted Adsense Account for YouTube monetization. But according to your new guideline of YouTube, it is necessary to have 1000 Subscribers and 4000 hours of watch time on the channel.
If you only upload videos to YouTube then you do not need a non-hosted account. But if you are a blogger, then a non-hosted account is more beneficial for you.
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