So I am trying to add Adsense to my own Domain website. Google is instructing me to place it under Access and Authorization in the only allow certain sites to show ads for my account section. If I just put my domain name only will it cancel out the third party access? Or will I need to place them all under the same place I ma to list my domain site.
Thanks in advance for your help!
Where are you trying to add them?
In my account>account access, it doesn't have an add option that I can see, instead it requires the site itself to make a request.
In adsense setup>allowed sites, it allows all sites or a specific list. Mine allows all sites.
What is your site on? Wordpress or another type of template?
Sounds like your in the wrong section. If it's your very own domain and site you don't have to allow it at all. Just make ads that match your site, make a channel and add the ads to your pages.
Sounds like your in the allow or not allow ads section, which is the opposite of what you want to be doing.
Ah Ok .. Make a channel.. I know how to do that. thanks for clarification.
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