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Jumat, 22 Mei 2009

AdSense for Domains Quick Start Guide

AdSense for Domains Quick Start Guide


If you have an undeveloped domain on which you'd like to display Google ads and earn revenue, this guide will help walk you through the setup process.

Please be aware that you can only use a domain with one Google service at a time and we remove domains used in AdSense for domains from Google Apps. Make sure that you do not want to use your domain for other purposes before adding it.

To get started, first sign in to your AdSense account and visit the AdSense Setup tab. Then, choose AdSense for domains as the product to begin setting up your domains. Click the + Add new domains link, which will take you to the Add Parked Domains page.

Step 1: Add a new domain to your account


You can add domains to your account in one of two ways: by adding them into the text box line-by-line or by uploading a CSV spreadsheet. Remember to specify the language of your domains as well, and note that you can upload a maximum of 1500 domains.

After the domains are added, they'll appear under the Pending subtab of the AdSense for domains page. All domains submitted are subject to Google's approval per our program policies.

Step 2: Modify your domain registrar settings


In order to allow Google to display ads on your domains, you'll need to modify some settings at your domain registrar. This is necessary to ensure ads show up correctly on your domain. We've provided a step-by-step guide to assist with pointing your domain to Google's server. If you've registered your domain with a common domain registrar like GoDaddy, Enom, Moniker, or others, customized step-by-step instructions are available. We've also provided generic instructions in case your specific registrar isn't listed in our guide.

After you've modified your registrar's settings, your domains should automatically move from the Pending subtab to the Active subtab as soon as the records validate (usually 48 hours or less). If your domain remains in the Pending subtab after this time, check our validation status information page to determine why. If your domain has moved to the Disapproved subtab, learn why this may have happened.

Step 3: Customize using colors


You can customize your domains by adding colors and keyword hints by editing your domain settings. To get to the settings page, click on the domain(s) that you'd like to edit, select the drop-down menu labeled Actions..., and click the Edit Settings option.


Domain Set-up Guide


This guide is intended to assist with pointing your domains to Google's servers, allowing us to display Google ads on your domains. You can view general instructions applicable to any registrar, or detailed instructions for common domain registrars such as GoDaddy, Enom, and Moniker.

General Instructions for Any Registrar


Setup Instructions for Common Domain Registrars

Below are step-by-step instructions for some popular registrars and DNS service providers.

Registrars

GoDaddy



Creating a CNAME record:
  1. Log in to your account at www.godaddy.com.
  2. Open the Domains tab and select My Domain Names. You'll be directed to the Manage Domains page.
  3. Click the domain that you'd like to use with AdSense for domains.
  4. Click the Total DNS Control And MX Records in the box entitled Total DNS Control.
    Note: Adding entries to the Manage Subdomains section does not create a CNAME record.
  5. Click Add New CNAME Record. If you've already created a CNAME record for the address, click Edit next to the existing CNAME record.
  6. Step 1: In the 'Host Name' field, enter 'www'
    Step 2: In the 'Points to Host Name' field, enter pub-xxxxxxxxx.afd.ghs.google.com. (where pub-xxxxxxxxx is your unique ID listed on the AdSense setup page)
    Step 3: Leave the default value in the 'TTL' field.
  7. Click OK, and then click OK again. If you're editing an existing CNAME record, click OK.

Your CNAME record is now configured to point to Google. Please now follow the steps below to set up your A record.

Creating an A record:
  1. Sign in to your account at www.godaddy.com.
  2. Open the Domains tab and select My Domain Names. You'll be directed to the Manage Domains page.
  3. Click the domain that you'd like to use with AdSense for domains.
  4. Click the Total DNS Control And MX Records in the box entitled Total DNS Control.
  5. Click Add New A Record. If an A record already exists for the address, click Edit next to the existing A record.
  6. Step 1: In the 'Host Name' field, enter the @ character.
    Step 2: In the 'Points To Ip Address' field, enter the IP address 216.239.32.21
    Step 3: Leave the default value in the 'TTL' field.
  7. Click OK, and then click OK again. If you're editing an existing A record, click OK.
  8. Follow steps 5 through 6, adding three more records using the IP addresses 216.239.34.21, 216.239.36.21, and 216.239.38.21

Your A record is now configured. Keep in mind that changes to DNS record settings may take up to 48 hours.

Bulk Editing Option:
Once you've finished configuring one of your domains with AdSense for domains, you can copy that domain's settings to bulk edit other domain settings using the copy button in the Total DNS Control page for the configured domain.

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