AdSense for Domains now open!

AdSense for Domains now open!

Adsense for Domains has now been finally opened to international publishers, including the Philippines.

You should be able to see the new link inside your AdSense Publisher Panel via the AdSense Setup tab.


adsense for domains

You can now start monetizing all of your un-used domains hanging around. You will need to do some DNS modifications on the Registrar level in order to completely set up AdSense for Domains but it should be an easy step.

Google initially opened AdSense for Domains last December 2008.

Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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17 Responses

  1. This is good. Although i dont like the design of their parking pages. It’s so Google like. :D

  2. seoulbox says:

    at last.

    may gamit na ang 9 unused domains ko.

  3. jox says:

    ayus to ma itry na

  4. Great ! I’ll see if my 1 unused domain will have a return on investment :)

  5. Jhay says:

    Now my idle domains will be of some use. :D

  6. gemroy says:

    i dont have that in my adsense account, duh!

  7. hank says:

    The Adsense for Domains sounds like a good idea, but I can’t get any help on setting it up!! I have sent in a question to the email contact, but the only response I received was a copy of basic instructions/policies, nothing dealing with my particular question. How can you use something you know little about if you can’t get to anyone to get help?

  8. I don’t know how Adsense for Domains operates, but I will make a research about it. I hope someone will give me some hint on how this stuff works.

  9. Finally, google launched adsense for domains to compete with SEDO. I’m thinking of buying a domain to park with adsense. Any site you can recommend where I can avail the cheapest domains?

  10. jsonv says:

    maapektuhan ba ang subdomain nito or main domain only?

  11. KyndaLL says:

    i thought subdomains will only be affected. Lol.. i have 500 unused subdomains for my yahoo hosting. lol

  12. tmselbor says:

    this is good news. i have several domains that are just sleeping and gathering some cobwebs now that they have good use. BTW, what are the modifications needed on DNS?

  13. InvestPhil says:

    I wonder if I can use this service from Google since I bought the custom domain in blogger (meaning it is free-hosted)

  14. Kent says:

    until now, i’m still having some problems with it, but exploring for more information for the mean time. maybe I can use it in the future on my blogger sites..

  15. Is this a good idea?
    Sino naman ang mag-b-view ng parked domains?

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