How to Apply the Google AdSense Program

Join the Google AdSense Program

Applying for a Google AdSense account is quick and easy for anyone. Before you join Google AdSense program, you must get your website ready. You have to complete your website because Google will reject your application if your website is still under construction. Once your site is ready, you can point your browser to the following link and click on apply.

Please click on the drop down arrow under account type and select whether you’re an individual or business. If you’re not sure which one to choose from, you can click on the question mark on your left. Next, select your country or territory.

Under website information, you need to key in your primary URL. This is where you list your own website. Select your website’s primary language. Google AdSense supports Chinese (simplified), Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, and Turkish.

Now you can select the product you need on your website. AdSense for Content will deliver advertisement targeted to the content on your pages. For instance, if you write about cooking, Google AdSense block will show recipe book ads. AdSense for Search is for you to add a Google search box to your site. Having both AdSense for Content and AdSense for Search on your site could maximize your Google AdSense earnings.

After that, key in your contact information and you’re all set. You should receive an email in 1 or 2 days from Google AdSense team informing you if your application is approved.
Do You Have to Pay Taxes on Your Google AdSense Earnings (For US Residents)?

Google AdSense Program is required to collect tax information from those who participate in the program. If you’re a business, you’ll need to put your EIN number on your application. If you’re an individual, all you’ll need is your social security number. If you don’t have that information when you initially sign up, you can still apply for the Google AdSense program. But be advised that Google AdSense will withhold payments to you until they receive your tax information.

While Google does not withhold taxes or provide any tax advice, they will send you a 1099 once your earnings reach a certain amount. Of course, if you are a Non-US business and have no activity in the United States, you will not need to provide this information. For more tax information regarding the Google AdSense program, visit the Google AdSense Support site. For other tax-related questions or concerns, you can log onto

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