Google has announced that the AdSense API is now open for all developers, with the release of open development sandbox, which is a replica of the live service with some additional support to help testing and debugging your applications. Once you implement the AdSense API in the development sandbox, your implementation can go live.
What’s AdSense API? Last year in May, Google had introduced the AdSense API. If you own a blog or site or if you’re a developer, with the AdSense API, your users can create their own AdSense accounts on your site, and display ads alongside the content that they have created. They can also manage their accounts and view ad performance and earnings reports, all on your site.
In addition, you can enhance your customers’ user experience by helping them to make money from their content and by giving them the ability to perform many AdSense functions without ever leaving your site. For example, they can:
- Create and manage AdSense accounts
- Customize and implement AdSense for content ad units and link units, AdSense for search boxes, and referrals for products such as Google AdWords and Firefox
- Generate URL and custom channel reports
Best of all, you get to make money with the AdSense API through the Revenue Sharing program. Advertisers pay your users and you when visitors click on your users’ ads. Plus, you can earn Referral Payments when your users earn threshold amounts within their first 180 days after sign up.
Source:→ AdSense blog
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