: AdSense on pages for logged in users with different content for each user Is it possible to show AdSense to logged in users when each user sees different content? I'm developing an application
Is it possible to show AdSense to logged in users when each user sees different content? I'm developing an application where each user sees the content that they have entered. The ads would be most relevant if they were directly related to that content.
A similar question was asked in the Google product forums but it didn't get a good answer.
I don't see anything in the AdSense terms of service that would prohibit this. Just the requirement that if I show ads on pages that are only available to logged in users, that I give the AdSense bot a user and password to crawl the content.
Would I have to create a unique URLs for each user so that the bot can crawl them separately, or is there a way to tell AdSense bot fetch different content for each user for the same URL? Ideally I'd like users to all just see the home page URL. The site is really just a single page application powered by AJAX.
I also assume that I'd have to put something into my terms of service saying that the ad system can see content the user entered, similar to Gmail.
There is only Difference of permission to Google Bots to Access After Locked area to show ads.
Otherwise, everything remains same.
You can Choose how Ads show on site. interest based or content based mainly.
But I personally Found that Google Shows Mix up of both on a webpage. Some IB and Some Content related.
user mostly click on those in which they have interest. and it is best for Publisher as well as Advertiser
The crawler will attempt to access URLs only where our ad tags are
Only pages displaying Google ads should be sending requests to our
systems and being crawled.
I don't think you need to create separate URL for each user, because I have seen some websites(checkout some popular dating site) display ads on same URL like exampl.com/messages/ and display different content for each user who logged in.