I hope you all know that now our forums TechnicalTalk
is now an Adsense Revenue Sharing Forum. This means that TT will share revenue earned from the ads that are displayed below all your posts. To know more about this, please read What is Google Adsense Revenue Sharing?
and Policies - TechnicalTalk - Adsense Revenue Sharing
In this article let us see how to link your existing Google Adsense Revenue Sharing with TechnicalTalk.net to earn money.How Can I Use Google AdSense Revenue Sharing Program in TechnicalTalk?Step 1 :
Log-in to TechnicalTalk
. If you don't have an account Register for an account.Step 2 :
Go to the Profile Page
(The link is given at the top of the page)Step 3 :
Go to the Ad Revenue Sharing
tab which is on the left side of your Profile page.Step 4 :
Type in your Adsense ID
in the text box. It is nothing but your Publisher ID
. It is of the format pub-xxxxxxxxxxxxx
. If you don't know what your publisher ID is, log into your Adsense account and it will be at the top right side of your page just below your Gmail ID. Just copy - paste it into the text box and click Save
You can also make use of Adsense channels to track your income from this forum.Step 5 :
Now, go to your Google Adsense Home
Page and go to the Account Settings Tab.Step 6 :
Scroll to the end of the page and under Access and authorization
section(which is below Default ad display preferences), click the edit option.Step 7 :
Add the URL of the website where you want your ads to be displayed. In this case, the URL is www.technicaltalk.net
. Then click save.
That's it. This will take utmost 48 hours according to Google for your ads to earn you revenue.
How To Create New Ad Units For My Ads?
After linking your Adsense account with TechnicalTalk, it's time to make sure that your ads will be displayed correctly below each of your posts that you make in this forum. To do that, you have to create two Ad Units in your Google Adsense account. If you don't know how to do it, the following simple steps will help you: Step 1 :
Log into your AdSense account.Step 2 :
Go to My Ads
section and under the Ad Units
tab, create New Ad Unit
as shown in the picture below :Step 3 :
Give any suitable name that you want your Ad Units to have, say "TechnicalTalk1" and "TechnicalTalk2". Create one Ad Unit of the size 300x250 - Medium Rectangle
and the other of the size 728x90 - LeaderBoard
and click save. See screenshot :
Everything is done now. All you have to do after this is keep posting more quality contents to get the best of AdSense Revenue Sharing Program.
Where Will My Ads go in my Posts?
In each post that you make, your Ads will be displayed in it depending on the type of post that you make. If you are posting an article, there will be two Ad units displayed : One is the LeaderBoard sized Ad (728x90) unit that is displayed below your post i.e. below the main post. The other one will be of the Medium Rectangle (300x250) that will be displayed to the right side of your article inside the border line. Your article with the Ads will be like this :
For every normal post (thread) that you make, there will be a LeaderBoard sized Ad unit displayed below the first main post of the thread. The ads will be as in the following image :Why Can't I see any Ads below my Posts?
Don't worry. You cannot see the ad below the thread that you had started or to which you had contributed while you are logged in. This is to make sure that you dont accidentally click your own ads. If you do, then Google can easily track your IP address and can BAN your AdSense account making you to lose all your earnings. So, be careful not to click your own ads.
Done with all the above things. Now how to start earning?
For you to earn through the Adsense Revenue Sharing program offered by TechnicalTalk, you must be at least a Regular Coder
. For, that you must have posted 50 posts or more on the forums. Also, the revenue shared with you will depend on your level of posting. The details are given in the Ad Revenue Sharing tab in your profile page. So, start posting more and start earning more while you learn.
If you have any further doubts, please post your queries to our Adsense Revenue Sharing - TechnicalTalk Support Thread
.Also Read: What is Google Adsense Revenue Sharing? Policies - TechnicalTalk - Adsense Revenue Sharing FAQs - TechnicalTalk - Google Adsense Revenue Sharing Adsense Revenue Sharing - TechnicalTalk Support Thread