As part of our Guest Article Programme we have included Adsense Revenue Sharing Programme using which guest authors can earn extra revenue from their articles published on Globinch. We give 100% Adsense share to author of the post. That means you whatever adsense revenue earned from your post will be yours. You can track this in your Adsense account.
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In this page we will explain you the type of Adsense ad we support inside your post, how to create the ad in your Adsense account and how to monitor its performance in your Adsense account by creating custom channel for it.

Globinch may display additional advertisements outside your article. We will include one of your most yielding Adsense ad type (300*25) as part of your guest post. Your ad will be placed after post title and the position of the ad will be fixed as you can see in any of the globinch article pages.

Steps to Create a Custom Adsense Ad for Globinch Guest Articles

Follow the below steps to create a new unique 300*250 ad for your Globinch articles.

  1. Login to your Adsense account
  2. Click on “My Ads”.
  3. globinch-adsense-revenue-sharing

  4. In The next page, Give a proper name for the ad unit.
  5. Select Ad size “300*250” medium rectangle.
  6. Select the Ad Type abd backup Ad options as you wish.
  7. Click on Create Custom Channel. Creating a new custom channel for this ad will help you to track its performance.
  8. After creating the custom channel, configure the Ad Style the way you want.
  9. Finally click on the “Save and Get Code” to get the Adsense ad unit code for Globinch.

See the image below.globinch-adsense-revenue-sharing

The ad wil be similar to the below

<script type="text/javascript"><!--
google_ad_client = "pub-xxxxxxxxxxxx";
/* Globinch300x250 */
google_ad_slot = "xxxxxxxxxx";
google_ad_width = 300;
google_ad_height = 250;
<script type="text/javascript"

In the above code “google_ad_client” will be your Adsense publisher Id. Also there will be a unique “google_ad_slot” id.