Google Adsense is considered to be the world’s largest and best ad network, whether you are blogging or you are YouTuber, then Adsense is the primary source for them to earn money, basically in this blog we are going to talk about Adsense Hosted Vs Non- What is the difference between Hosted and what do they mean etc.
AdSense Hosted Vs Non-Hosted Account
Mainly Google Adsense provides you 2 types of accounts;
- Hosted Adsense Account
- Non-Hosted Account or Fully Approved Account
Hosted Adsense Account
* The Adsense account that allows the publisher to place ads only on Google-hosted products i.e. YouTube and Blogspot Blog is called Hosted Adsense Account.
* Both YouTube and Blogspot are Google’s products. Google does not charge you any money for uploading videos to YouTube or creating a blog on Blogspot, while the hosting of both these products is done 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?
It is quite easy to identify which Hosted Adsense account is.
First you login to Adsense account and clicking on the Gmail logo you will see on the top right corner, a box will open as shown in the screenshot. Here Hosted account will be written in red color.
The revenue share in Adsense Hosted Account is 55% and 45%.
That is, the publisher gets 55% And
Google keeps it 45%.
* You can upgrade the Hosted account and make it a Non-Hosted account.
Non-Hosted Adsense Account
* When you create a blog or website by purchasing your own hosting and domain and approve it with Google Adsense, that type of account is called Non-Hosted Adsense or Fully Approved Account.
* That is, if you create a website by buying hosting and domain on sites like Godaddy Hostgator, Big Rock 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 get Non-Hosted account from that too.
How to recognize non-hosted account?
As you can see in the screenshot nothing is written in the Dashboard of non-hosted Adsense 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%.
That is, the publisher gets 68% And
Google keeps it 32%.
Earlier you could use ads of Non-Hosted Account in multiple websites / blogs but now you have to get approval to place ads in other website.
* Approving your blog from Adsense and making it a non-hosted account is quite difficult, for this you have to follow the guidelines of Adsense.
* You can also use Non-Hosted Adsense Account for YouTube monetization. But according to the new guideline of your YouTube channel, it is necessary to have 1000 Subscriber and 4000 hours of watch time.
Complete information about Google Adsense for Beginners
I hope AdSense Hosted Vs Non-Hosted Account You must have come to know everything about it. If you only upload videos on YouTube then you do not need a non-hosted account. But if you are a blogger, then non-hosted account is more beneficial for you.