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Google AdSense

A keyword advertising system that allows websites to monetize their content via Google ads. Google delivers text, image and video ads to the site based on the keywords embedded in the site's pages, which have been modified with JavaScript code to accept the ads. If site visitors click on the ads, the website shares in the revenues. AdSense is the website counterpart to Google's AdWords, which are ads on search engine results pages. See Google AdWords and keyword advertising.
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On Monday, a previous Google employee revealed that Google controls its AdSense Quality Control Color Codes to disallow some publishers - a move that decreases Google pay out for the earnings acquired from banned publishers.
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Now, it's reaching out to its entire "AdSense" network - an array of large and small Web publishers.