I am using Adsense in hubpages, is Adword different from Adsense?

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  1. cupid51 profile image71
    cupid51posted 8 years ago

    I am using Adsense in hubpages, is Adword different from Adsense?

    I am using Adsense in hubpages, is Adword different from Adsense?

  2. pisean282311 profile image60
    pisean282311posted 8 years ago

    adwords is source of adsense..the ads which one sees in adsense are of companies which use adwords service of google..

  3. michifus profile image79
    michifusposted 8 years ago

    Just to add to what Pisean has said.....

    Google Adwords are the adverts which appear in Google above and to the right of the natural listings. You can set up an Adwords account to get right to the top of Google! However it is not cheap. Otherwise called pay per click, you bid on each click and pay through the nose to drive traffic to your site.

    The higher the sales value of the product you are selling, and the  more competition, the more you pay to have your advert at the top of the list.

    It is not unknown for people to pay upwards of $20 per click, especially with things such as real estate and cars. There is no guarantee that these people will buy your product or even register on your site, so its a costly way of generating traffic!

    It does work though, but be prepared to spend a lot of cash before you see a return.

  4. maheshpatwal profile image70
    maheshpatwalposted 8 years ago

    AdWords is Google's flagship advertising product which is used by advertisers to advertise their ads on google sites...

  5. ss sneh profile image60
    ss snehposted 8 years ago

    Hi!  Google adwords is google's advertising program that allows you to place your site in google's sponsored listings in google's search results. As people use google searches to find sites, appearing in sponsored results in google search can bring a lot of visitors to your site. You need to pay some money for each visitor that reach your site by clicking on your sponsor ad.

    In Google Adsense, you become a business partner of google and host these sponsored ads on your site. When a visitor click on one of these ads they will be directed to the advertisers site. Since you hosted that google ad on your site (like the way you do on hubpages.com) you get paid a share of the revenue that the advertiser pays to google.  -- Thanks

  6. easyguyevo profile image86
    easyguyevoposted 8 years ago

    With adwords you have to pay Google but with adsense, google pays you!

 
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