Why in my Google Adsense Reports overview next to adsense for search say "no data available"? I would really appreciate your feedback. Thank you
The adsense for search in your reports is triggered when you ad a search bar to your website and someone clicks on a sponsored ad.
This is very similar to making a new adsense ad under the setup tab but you do it for the search bar.
When a visitor performs a search from your search bar and clicks one of the sponsored links in the search results, you get 51% of the adwords click price.
When that happens there will be data and it will show you how much you earned. It is true, you can only install the search bar on a site that you own.
Thank you for the feedback So another words, I can't put the
Adsense for search bar on My Hubpages sites?
Thats correct, you cannot place code in your Hubs.
If you ever start your own website you can include a search box.
Adsense for Search only earns you 51% of advertising revenue, as opposed to the 67% you get from Adsense for content adverts though!
No need to worry about it, most of us are smart enough to figure out what an advert is.
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