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Sat 8th Sep 01:27 2007: Adsense

Google's Adsense advertising programme, now offer a new feature to their advertisers:

We've learned through your feedback that some AdSense publishers are concerned about potentially malicious behavior on the web, such as having their ad code stolen, to be placed on an inappropriate site. To give you more control and security concerning ad code, we've recently launched the Allowed Sites list.

Just in case it's not clear:
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.

Sorry, how exactly do I benefit from this? Either way, it's possible for an external website to display Google ads in my name. Now, I have the option of not benefitting from clicks on those adverts.

Thanks, Google.

I think this got posted to the wrong list; advertisers might appreciate this. Publishers are unlikely to care.


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