AdSense adds "Allowed Sites list"

We all had this fear in our minds “what if someone steal our AdSense code and place it on an inappropriate site?” or Is it permissable to place our AdSense code on more than one sites that we owned? Well no more worry’s….the AdSense team blog has announced the launch of the Allowed Sites list. […]

We all had this fear in our minds “what if someone steal our AdSense code and place it on an inappropriate site?” or Is it permissable to place our AdSense code on more than one sites that we owned? Well no more worry’s….the AdSense team blog has announced the launch of the Allowed Sites list.

The Allowed Sites list, which you'll find by clicking the Allowed Sites link under your AdSense Setup tab, is the place for you to list sites or URLs where you want to allow your ads to appear. Sites that aren't on your list can still display ads using your ad code; however, impressions and clicks for these sites won't appear in your reports, advertisers won't be charged, and you won't receive any earnings from them.

It's entirely your choice whether to use this Allowed Sites feature. If you don't want to create an Allowed Sites list, there's no need to change the settings in your account; it will automatically default to allow any site to show ads.

To create your Allowed Sites list today, visit your AdSense Setup tab, click the Allowed Sites sub-tab, and choose the radio button for Only allow certain sites to show ads for my account. You'll then be able to enter allowed URLs for all your sites. Make sure to keep your list up to date when you add your code to new sites, too.

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