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    • #9709 Reply
      Cabe White

      What is the difference between google adwords and google adsense?

    • #9721 Reply

      Adsense is a program for bloggers to earn money from google ads. You just need to enroll for adsense and then you get an option to showcase ads on your website. As people click on the ads, money gets credited to your adsense account. Which you can take back to your bank account.
      On the other hands adwords is a program to advertise on google publisher sites. Here you pay to showcase your ads to masses.
      So by adwords you show your ads on the websites who have enrolled for adsense.

    • #10328 Reply

      Google AdWords is Google’s advertising system in which advertisers bid on certain keywords in order for their clickable ads to appear in Google’s search results. Since advertisers have to pay for these clicks, this is how Google makes money from search.

      Google AdSense is a program run by Google that allows publishers in the Google Network of content sites to serve automatic text, image, video, or interactive media advertisements, that are targeted to site content and audience.
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    • #10872 Reply

      AdSense is ads platform while the adwords is related to keyword search.

    • #11171 Reply

      Adwords is the platform that you can use as an advertiser to show your ads on the Google Search Results Pages. and Adsense is the platform you can use as a webmaster or blog owner so that Google ads are shown in your website.

    • #13485 Reply

      The difference between Adwords and Adsense is that AdWords allow you to advertise on the Google search results pages and Adsense is the platform to use as a publisher to display Google Ads on your website.

    • #14451 Reply
      James Anam

      The basic difference between these two is that Google Ads is used by Advertisers While AdSense is used by publishers. … In Google Ads, Advertisers pay Google a certain amount per ad click. However, in another case, AdSense lets publishers monetize their websites or blogs by earning money from relevant AdWords ads displayed next to their content.

    • #15399 Reply

      There are many ways to monetize your website traffic, and most of them are related to advertising third-party products or services to your website visitors. There are many advertising programs that can help you earn money nowadays, but the most popular is Google Adsense.

      This advertising program was launched in the middle of 2003 by Google and is currently one of the most popular advertising programs on the Internet. It provides a good opportunity for webmasters and site owners to monetize their traffic.

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      social hub media

      Google Adsense is a program of Google that lets you do an earning of your blog and website. Google adwords is an online advertisement developed by Google that advertiser pay to display full services offering, product listening and create mobile app development with in the google ads

    • #15437 Reply

      Adwords is related wiht keywords and adsense is related with ads.

    • #18019 Reply

      Google Adwords And google Adsence :
      Google Adwords is nothing but related keywords
      Google Adsence is a related to ads

    • #19173 Reply

      1. AdSense Is for Website Publishers, AdWords Is for Businesses
      The fundamental difference between AdWords and AdSense is who they’re designed for. AdWords is for advertisers and AdSense is for publishers, or website owners.

      AdWords enables businesses and marketers to advertise on Google’s network (search, display, etc).

      AdSense enables publishers to reserve space for AdWords placements on their website (text, video, images).

      Both AdWords and AdSense work together to complete Google’s greater advertising network: website owners put up space for Google’s ads (AdSense) and businesses set budgets and ads to display on Google’s advertising network (AdWords).

      2. AdSense Pays Website Owners, Businesses Pay AdWords
      The second big difference between the that AdWords is used to buy advertising from Google, where AdSense is to sell advertising space to Google.

      With AdWords, businesses are paying Google to place their ads on Google’s search and display network.

      With AdSense, website owners are getting paid by Google to offer up precious website real estate for AdWords placements.

      Businesses that use AdWords will pay Google a sum based on their campaign budget. AdSense allows publishers to monetize their websites by displaying relevant Google AdWords ads. Publishers get paid when visitors click on the ads.

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      AdSense Is for Website Publishers, AdWords Is for Businesses

      The principal distinction among AdWords and AdSense is who they’re intended for. AdWords is for promoters and AdSense is for distributers or site proprietors.

      AdWords empowers organizations and advertisers to publicize on Google’s system (search, show, and so on).

      AdSense empowers distributors to save space for AdWords arrangements on their site (content, video, pictures).

      Both AdWords and AdSense cooperate to finish Google’s more noteworthy publicizing system: site proprietors set up space for Google’s promotions (AdSense) and organizations set spending plans and advertisements to show on Google’s promoting system (AdWords)


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    • #25584 Reply

      With Google AdWords, businesses and advertisers need to pay money to get their ads displayed. Whereas in the case of AdSense, publishers get paid to allow advertisers to place ads on their website. So, you get money through the AdSense platform, and you spend money on AdWords.

    • #30681 Reply

      Google adsense is much helpful for publishers. It can help you manage your websites, blogs or forums if you want to monetize them. While Google adwords is for advertisers, for advertising your products and services.

    • #30687 Reply

      Google Adwords (now, it’s called Google Ads) operates by advertisers bidding on specific keywords so that their ads appear in Google’s search results when someone searches for that term or expression. In addition to the traffic, clicks, and conversions, Google Ads is a great way to spread the word about your business.

      Google AdSense is one of the best ad networks to monetize a website or a blog. It outperforms all other CPC advertisement systems by 90%. It provides the highest CTR for each web page to the publishers. The publishers could make lots of revenue daily from Google Adsense.

    • #31003 Reply

      The main difference between Google Adwords and Google Adsense is that Adword is designed for advertisers, which allows you to bid on certain keywords in order for their clickable google ads to appear in Google search results. The advertiser has to pay for these clicks, this is how Google makes money from search.
      Google Adsense is designed for publishers and is run by Google that allows publishers in the Google network of Content sites to serve authentic text, image, or video that is targeted to site content and audience.

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      There are many comments to know the difference between AdWords and AdSense. I’m thinking should i also put a comment on it? Well i appreciate. You guys shared good information.

    • #31026 Reply

      The primary distinction between AdWords and AdSense is who they are intended for. Advertisers use AdWords, whereas publishers, or website owners, use AdSense. Businesses and marketers can use AdWords to advertise on Google’s network (search, display, etc). The second major distinction is that AdWords is used to purchase advertising from Google, whereas AdSense is used to sell advertising space to Google. The third major distinction is that the processes for setting up AdWords and AdSense are distinct.

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