If I use adsense with Wordpress.org do I keep 100% of earnings?
When you use WordPress.org, you are hosting your website on your own servers (or servers you pay to share with others), and all content is entirely your own and is all under your complete control.
When you place an advertisement, either by pasting your code or using a plugin, ONLY your advertisements are displayed unless you configure it otherwise.
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I know that it seems like 100% but when u check in your adsense account info>profile you'll know that Adsense for Content offers u only 66% part and rest goes to Google. Come on friends, do you think Google won't take a great ammount of cut from us just because we are making money from their ads and they are already getting money from advertisers.
We get only 66% , not 100%.
Absolutely, all earning is yours. Similar if you have free blog from blogspot that hosted by google.
Having used Adsense with Wordpress in the past I'm fairly sure you keep 100% of the earnings. Are you using Adsense through your own domain or through a Wordpress domain?
does not matter either self hosted like wordpress.org or blogger. you earn 100% revenue from your adsense
Also remember that any other Income from your blog is yours, and as your Blog Grows in traffic and quality, there are many people who will Advertise on your blog directly.
That income can easily surpass Google Adsense Income
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