Google Pages accepts AdSense

Google Pages accepts AdSense

Summary: Not only has Google Page Creator now given us the ability to use javascript, Google Pages users have been delivered invitations from the AdSense team to give it a try on their pages.  Chris tips us off by sending this message he received from Google.

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googlepagecreator.gifNot only has Google Page Creator now given us the ability to use javascript, Google Pages users have been delivered invitations from the AdSense team to give it a try on their pages.  Chris tips us off by sending this message he received from Google.

Hi,

We're happy to let you know that Google Page Creator is now compatible
with AdSense. Please feel free to add the AdSense code to your Page
Creator web pages. If you don't know how to implement the AdSense code
with Google Page Creator, please follow the instructions below:

1. Log into your AdSense accoun t at www.google.com/adsense
2. From the AdSense Setup tab, customize and generate your
AdSense code
3. Copy the generated code from the 'Your AdSense code' box
4. Log into your Google Page Creator account
5. Select the web page you'd like to dis play AdSense ads
6. Select the field where you'd like the ads to appear
7. Click 'Edit HTML'
8. Paste the AdSense code in the HTML source code of the page
9. Save your updated web page
10. Publish your web page

After taking the steps above, your ads should appear shortly. If you have
trouble implementing the Ad Sense code onto your web page, please feel
free to respond to this email.

Good luck,

The Google AdSense Team

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  • Problems with FireFox

    Though Google Page Creator pages are now officially supports AdSense, there are still some technical problems remain unsolved. I have discovered that after you have added AdSense code to certain pages, and publish it, you won't be able to edit it anymore using FireFox. This makes it really annoying. Actually, you could add in AdSense codes a week ago but the same problem exists. I thought Google would fix the bug before they officially announce it. Anyway, you might want to have a look at how a AdSense implemented Google page looks like: http://blog.announce.googlepages.com .
    keithchan