Site Management is changing in Google Adsense: The Google Sites tab in AdSense will be more user-friendly starting 20.03.2023. Advertisers who want to promote their products create and pay for ads on your site based on your content and visitors. This allows publishers to earn money from their online content.
To know what Site Tab is Creating a new site in AdSense starts with the Sites tab. To make AdSense more user-friendly, we’re redesigning the Sites tab and making some important changes.
What is Changing in Google Adsense?
There are a few major changes made by google to make its users a more easily & friendly way to explore new as well as advanced features. Here is the list of certain changes that are made by google in its AdSense.
- The Look & Feel – This is one of the most noticeable changes is that the sites tab will show your list of sites in a table with search functionality, similar to how sites are displayed elsewhere in AdSense.
- Subdomains – It will be easier to manage the subdomains as all existing subdomains in your account that belong to a Site will be removed from the Sites tab. This will not affect ad serving or earnings. To review or look for the “subdomains” annotation in the Sites tab, as shown in the screenshot below for example.com.
- Blocking controls for Subdomain – If you have blocking controls configured for example.com and subdomain.example.com, the combination of those settings will be applied to example.com and The blocking controls for subdomains shown in the top-level view of the Sites table will remain in place (for example, website.blogspot.com).
- IMPORTANT NOTICE FROM GOOGLE – AS per google’s new Site Management changes in Google Adsense the subdomain blocks will be deleted automatically after 20.03.2023. To opt-out, it is better to please Click Here by 13.03.2023.
- Ads.txt Changes – Now there are also a few changes made in Ads.txt to make it more user-friendly as from now Google is adding a new ads.txt column to the Sites table to show you the status of your ads.txt.
- Site Review Time – According to google initial review process will result in users receiving faster feedback for certain types of issues we find with their sites. Some of these improvements may not be immediate.
How does it work in google adsense?
In order to show ads on a new site or set up site-level blocking rules, you need to add that site to your list of sites. According to the New policy as soon as you add a new site, it will be verified that the owner is either your ad code, ads.txt file, or meta tag. After google has verified your ownership, we review your site to ensure it complies with our policies.
Once google has reviewed a site and it has a ‘Ready’ status in AdSense, you can serve ads on it. As a result, other publishers cannot maliciously use your ad code. To prevent your site from being sold to advertisers from accounts that you do not own, Google recommends publishing an ads.txt file & Learn what’s new in Google Sites
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FAQ – Site Management is changing in Google Adsense
When will be new changes affect?
The Google Sites tab in AdSense will be more user-friendly starting 20.03.2023
Is google changing site management in adsense?
Yes, Site Management is changing in Google Adsense is changing from 20 March.
What is new in site management after changes in adsense?
There are many changes but all are user friendly as mentioned in detail above
Will my current site also be changed?
No, But as per google’s new Site Management changes in Google Adsense, the subdomain blocks will be deleted automatically after 20.03.2023. To avoid this adjust them before 13.03.2023