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Be a member of google AdSense and start earning

  How does the Google AdSense partnership work? I am sure many of you would be curious to know how does a person can earn from blogging? Or how it is working? Well, I hope this article will clear your doubt and hope your writing passion will grow further. 

Simply, let us take an example of a reality show like Voice of Bhutan, Palden Drukpa, Superstar, and so on. I believe, every one of us has seen them breaking for a commercial break and advertise their sponsor's product. Show host advertises their products to a potential buyer and in turn, they sponsor the show. In a way, both sponsor and show coordinator is benefited. Likewise, earning from blogging is not different from this idea. 

So in case of blogging, a blogger needs to apply for an AdSense partnership where the blogger needs to full fill the terms and conditions of the Google AdSense partnership. [Read Google AdSense policy for better understanding of terms and conditions]. 

How does it work? So, after fulfilling the google AdSense partnership policy, your site [Eg. tenzinlhendup.com] will be ready to show ads sponsored by different companies and creators. When blog reader come across such ads being shown on a particular blog, their product gets popular among potential buyers. Yes, it is how it works. 

How is the site owner paid? Well, Each ad you see on the blog is sponsored by different creators to Google AdSense, and a fraction of the amount is divided on each ad. So, when blog viewer click on the ads, a fraction of the amount is deposited automatically to the site owner's AdSense account. And this is called AdSense partnership. Wait, what is an AdSense account? In a simple term, an AdSense account is an account like any other bank account. 

I hope that was clear. But wait! Your work is not yet done, make sure you view some ads to help content writer and product sponsor.



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