Lets start with what is Adsense? AdSense is a Google program for site distributors who need to acquire publicizing income on their sites. When you have been endorsed for a Google AdSense account, you can utilize that record to distribute advertisements on any of your concern or individual sites, if those locales hold fast to Google AdSense terms and conditions.
In spite of the fact that it’s not obligatory, including a Uniform Resource Locator (URL) Channel to your AdSense represent every site will make it less demanding to track your promoting income.
Before starting first read all terms and conditions and Google AdSense Program Policies.
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How to Add Adsense URL Channels: Step By Step Guide
First Login to your Google Adsense account, then at the top Click on “My Ads”.
Select and CLICK the Third option from the left “URL CHANNEL”.
Then Click the option “NEW URL CHANNEL” on the top of the screen.
Then a pop-up open in new window.
In Pop-up window.
Type the URL of your website or any other website on which you want to run AdSense code, type each URL on the separate line. In this, you can add up to 500 URL’s.
After typing your Website URL’s, Click on “Add URL Channels”.
Now insert Adsense code to the respective website you just add in above channel and then your AdSense report will display the number of impressions, click and income got for every site.
How to add Custom Channels in Google Adsense
Select “Custom Channels” from the Content segment of the left menu on the off chance that you need to track gatherings of advertisements on one site or on numerous sites. This option you can use for all banners ads or ads on all pages etc.
Now at the top click on option “NEW CUSTOM CHANNEL”. Assign the name to the channel in “Name “ option. Then select ad unit you have already created from the list to add them to the channel.
Click “SAVE” button. Once your ads added to the channel, Adsense will start reflecting on your AdSense report showing clicks, revenue and impressions for each custom channel.
This is all about Google Adsense. Always first, read all terms and conditions of Google AdSense Program Policies.