This past week, I read a couple of very interesting blog posts about Google AdSense, which as most everybody who has investigated monitizing their content knows, is a popular option. AdSense is a contextual advertising service owned by Google. The concept is simple: advertisers pay money through the Google AdWords program to advertise on content webpages. Google then matches the advertisements up with content producer webpages through the Google AdSense program.
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