Google Adsense Celebrates 10 Years

Google Adsense is now 10 years old. In June 2003, Google has launched Adsense to help publishers earn money by putting relevant ads on their websites.

Google adsense 10 years

In 10 years, Adsense has become the core part of Google’s advertising business. Now, Google Adsense has more than 2 million publishers who are earning $7 billion. It has also given Google a power of earning outside its search ads. Now, Google Adsense is the most trusted advertisement network.

“Ten years ago we launched AdSense to help publishers earn money by placing relevant ads on their websites. I can still remember the excitement and anticipation as AdSense went live that first day. Our small team huddled together in a cramped conference room, and right away we saw that publishers were as excited about AdSense as we were,” Adsense team announced.

Google has also organized a live Hangout on Air today at 10 a.m. PDT (5 p.m. GMT) on the AdSense Google+ page.

Google Adsense has created industries online. It encouraged blogging to be a full time business. It helped people in buying homes, pay their bills and pay off debts. There are many success stories of people who are able to earn thousands of dollars per month with the help of Google Adsense. Everything was normal for most of the publishers till Google’s panda and penguin like algorithms. But, Google Adsense has a good impact on online business. Most of the big websites rely on the income from Adsense.

Google Adsense always try to maximize revenue for publishers and keep fraud publishers away from Adsense. You can learn more about Google Adsense here.

If you are also an Adsense publisher, share your Adsense experience with us.

Deepanker

Deepanker Verma is a computer geek, web programmer and entrepreneur. He likes to write about technology gadgets and web security.

  • http://www.idroidspace.com Sohil Memon

    Wow! It’s a really big celebration for Google. And I heard that they are giving $10 to every publisher account as a gift, that’s really true?

    • Deepanker

      I am not sure whether it is your imagination or you have read it anywhere. Google is not giving $10 to any publisher.