Monday, May 24, 2010

Google pays us 68% of the Adsense monies that advertisers pay them for content ads, 51% for search

Google pays us 68% of the Adsense monies that advertisers pay them for content ads, 51% for search


Google Adsense just decided to be more transparent with how much of the cut they pay us publishers who run Adsense ads on our sites.

"This means we pay 68% of the revenue that we collect from advertisers for AdSense for content ads that appear on your sites," the Google team writes on the Inside Adsense blog.

Actually 68% is better than I thought they paid. It could've been as low as 50%. (At least God gives us a much better deal -- paying us well beyond the 90% left over after tithes.)

I digress. What about the smart-priced publishers? Are they getting the 68% deal, too?

I see someone else asked the same question in the comments beneath the post.

Ah well...such is life. And life is good.

3 comments:

Liz said...

Yeah, life is good and Adsense makes it better. Too bad, I am no longer using it with my blogs.

Rom said...

Wow - thanks for the clarification. Like many publishers I frequent various online forums that are rife with speculation about variable revenue share etc. I really appreciate the posts you're doing to aid transparency - it's great to get the truth "straight from the horses mouth".
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sibby said...

this dosent seem a bad deal 68% i think is preety good

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