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What Blog Sites Allow Adsense?

Discussion in 'WordPress' started by truivia, Feb 15, 2009.

  1. #1
    I want to add my own adsense into my blog sites, but the ones I checked out don't allow it. I sure as heck don't want to post THEIR ads and let them make all the money. :p

    I checked out blogspot.com
    blogger.com
    blog.com
    and several others I forget the name of.

    They did say that "maybe in time we will allow you to post your adsense here" -- :rolleyes: Yeah - ah OK - NOT!
    truivia, Feb 15, 2009 IP
  2. Yelena

    Yelena Member

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    #2
    As far as I know blogger allows adsense.
    Yelena, Feb 16, 2009 IP
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    hmansfield Notable Member

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    #3
    Blogger allows adsense. Other than that, the only way to insure that you can ad adsense or any other monetization, including affiliate links, embedded stores, banners, and so forth is to host your own blog...then you can do and sell what ever you want.

    When you use free services, you are bound to their rules that can change with out notice, when you host your own (for as ridiculously cheap as it is)...you make the rules.
    hmansfield, Feb 16, 2009 IP
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    lifeplayer Notable Member Premium Member

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    Blogger is the best if you looking for free blog that allow adsense. The reason is blogger and adsense all belong to google
    lifeplayer, Feb 16, 2009 IP
  5. truivia

    truivia Active Member

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    I must be mistaken then. I thought blogger was a no and I also thought blogspot was owned by google as well.

    Can I post click bank ads at any of these blog sites?
    truivia, Feb 16, 2009 IP
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    CodeShop Active Member

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    If you leave the other blog management aspects. I will still prefer you blogger instead of any other blog or system including wordpress. I have generated a good revenue from blogger.com due to its search engine optimization. But now I have shifted from blogger to wordpress. My sale has been effected. My page rank is also effected. That was a very bad idea.
    So keep yourself intact with blogger.com
    CodeShop, Feb 16, 2009 IP
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    CodeShop Active Member

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    Yes you can post clickbank adds just edit the source of the template or use text/html based widget. Instructions for blogger.com
    CodeShop, Feb 16, 2009 IP
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    Jalpari Notable Member

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    iN blogger u can place adsense or adbrite ads.

    Apply for adsense and after approval u can place ur ad code. For earning money u need content and traffic.
    Jalpari, Feb 17, 2009 IP
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    If you switch, you are of course going to take a hit, but in the long run for me, it was worth it. If you are already making money the way it is, it's a tough call, and a personal business preference, but if you have not started yet, I highly recommend self hosting so that you have full control.
    hmansfield, Feb 17, 2009 IP
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    CountryBoy Prominent Member

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    One good free blog provider that I came across recently is Weebly.
    They're very like Blogger and allow you to place AdSense ads on your blog.
    It uses the same drag and drop type widgets as Blogger and allows insertion of HTML/Javascript.
    CountryBoy, Feb 17, 2009 IP
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    brolly Peon

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    of course blogger allow adsense, both belong to google

    btw what about thumblogger?
    brolly, Feb 17, 2009 IP
  12. truivia

    truivia Active Member

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    Thanks everyone - each of you have been most helpful :)
    truivia, Feb 17, 2009 IP
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    If you want a list of AdSense blogs I am publishing one on Raief.com. It is almost ready. I have a bout 20 listed so far.
    They are all free blogging platforms and what is good about them is not only do you get revenue from the ads but you can redirect traffic to your main website, blog, or an affiliate link.
    It pays to use any and all methods of free advertising available, no matter what others tell you.
    I have unlimited hosting with blue host but I still use free blogs to help with traffic and exposure. The AdSense ads help to cover the cost of my time that I spend in keeping the blogs current and up to date with information and posts.
    gregw2, Feb 6, 2010 IP
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    #14
    Anyone who knows free blog hosting that allow adsense and automaticaly submit the blog to search engines? Anyone who knows free blog hosting that allow obviously is the route to go for WordPress blogs, since free WordPress blogs don't allow Adsense.
    viceneky, May 25, 2011 IP