Saturday, 17 November 2018

What Are The Differences Between Adsense Hosted Vs Non-Hosted Account

If you have any confusion about Adsense Hosted and Non-Hosted Account, then I am about to remove all your doubts in this post.

Google Adsense is the best Ad Network in the world. You can make money by putting Adsense Ads on YouTube and Blogging, which are popular methods to earn online money. 90% is the main source of income Adsense of Youtuber and Bloggers. 

For this reason, if you want to earn money sitting at home, you should know some essential things about Adsense.

Today, in this post, we will talk in detail, What is Hosted and Non-Hosted Account in Google Adsense? What is the difference between and which account is beneficial to you?



What Are The Differences Between Adsense Hosted Vs Non-Hosted Account

AdSense Hosted Vs Non-Hosted Account

Primarily Google Adsense provides you 2 types of accounts;

  • Hosted Adsense Account
  • Non-Hosted Account or Fully Approved Account

Hosted Adsense Account

  • Adsense account publisher, which allows ads to be placed on Google and Blogspot Blog, hosted by Google only, is called Hosted Adsense Account.
  • Both YouTube and Blogspot are Google's product. Google does not charge any money from you to upload videos to YouTube or to create a blog on Blogspot, while both of these products are hosted by Google. For this reason, the Adsense account you approve on YouTube and Blogspot Blog is called Hosted Adsense account.

How to recognize Hosted Account?

Identifying which Hosted Adsense account is easy to recognize.

First of all, log in to Adsense account and click on the logo you see on the top right corner, a box will open as in the screenshot. Here the red color will be written to Hosted account.

Revenue Share

The revenue share in Adsense Hosted Account is 55% and 45%.

I.e. Publisher gets 55% and
Google retains 45%
  • You can upgrade to Hosted account and create a non-Hosted account.
  • You can not use the Hosted account ads in any other blog or website.

Non-Hosted Adsense Account

  • When you create a blog or website by purchasing your own hosting and domain and approve it with Google Adsense, a similar account is called Non-Hosted Adsense or Fully Approved Account.
  • That means if you buy a website by buying hosting and domain at Godaddy Hostgator, Big Rock and monetize it with Adsense, that account is called Fully Approved Adsense Account.
  • In addition, if you approve the Custom Domain (.com, .in, .org, .net) on Blogspot and approve it with Adsense, you will also get a Non-Hosted Account.

How to recognize non-Hosted account?

As you can see in the screenshot, unlike the hosted account, there is nothing written in the non-hosted Adsense account's Dashboard.

That is, this is a non-hosted Adsense account or Fully approved account.

Revenue Share

The revenue share for Adsense Non-Hosted Account is 68% and 32%.

I.e. Publisher gets 68% and
Google holds 32%

  • Non-Hosted Account's ads can monetize it by using multiple websites/blogs.
  • It is very difficult to get your blog approved by Adsense and make a non-hosted account, for that you have to follow Adsense's guideline.
  • You can also use non-Hosted Adsense Account for YouTube monetization. But according to your new YouTube guideline, there must be 1,000 Subscriber and 4000 hours of watch time on the channel.

Hope you know everything about AdSense Hosted Vs Non-Hosted Account. If you only upload video to YouTube, you do not need a non-hosted account. But if you are a blogger, then a non-hosted account is more beneficial for you.

If you still have any questions then you can ask me in the comment below.

Also, read- How to submit a blog to Google Search Console

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