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AdSense API beta

AdSense have announced their API beta program today over at their blog.

They are only accepting publishers ‘whose sites receive a minimum of 100,000 daily page views’. I’m a little unclear if this means that the publisher’s total page views need to be over 100,000 or whether each site they want to use the API on have to have over 100,000 page views.

Full details here.

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  1. row1 says:

    This would be a handy thing to be included with WordPress, Joomla, Mambo and other CMS.
    Not only would this make it easy to add/sign-up adsense to your site/blog,
    but would also reward the developers via revenue sharing, especially since a lot of these developers (myself included) go unpaid for their work.

  2. CypherHackz says:

    But they only accept site which have 100 000 page views only.

  3. row1 says:

    hopefully the beta won’t last as long as their usual beta programs….

  4. Gaurav says:

    I don’t think it is a great move by google. It might be good for sites like problogger or for the problogger’s audience but not for all. I have posted my thoughts here.

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