- Sandbox/Temp Account for Windows Store App Certification process [4 Updates]
- Adsense Host API 4.1 - Block URLs API [2 Updates]
- "Sinan Uşşaklı" <email@example.com> Nov 13 11:39PM -0800
I've written an app for Windows Store that displays today's, yesterday's,
this and last months adsense income, cpc, rpm, ctr, clicks and page views.
However in order for the Windows Store team to certificate the app, they
need to login to the app. I only have my personal AdSense account (which
contains my life, not planing to giveout it's password), and switching the
test server is not acceptable with a setting or so (they don't allow it).
Therefore I need a working readonly adsense account.
What shall I do?
I'm not using any libraries as it will be a WinRT app, I'm calling API
endpoints such as:
- "Jose Alcérreca (AdSense API Team)" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Nov 14 02:43AM -0800
I'm afraid there is no support for test accounts. Please check out this
post as this has been discussed already:
Google UK Limited
Registered Office: Belgrave House, 76 Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1W
Registered in England Number: 3977902
Google Inc.| Developer Relations | *AdSense API Team* |
On Wednesday, 14 November 2012 07:39:38 UTC, Sinan Uşşaklı wrote:
- "Manu (AdSense team)" <email@example.com> Nov 14 07:33AM -0800
it's also worth noting that you are allowed to have two AdSense accounts: 1
Business and 1 personal.
On Wednesday, 14 November 2012 02:43:11 UTC-8, Jose Alcérreca (AdSense API
- "Sinan Uşşaklı" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Nov 14 10:55AM -0800
Thank you all for fast and complete answers. I do have a business. I have
created a new adsense account (on the signup UI there was no account for
business use selection). Do I need to contact Google so that they won't
reject because I will end up with 2 accounts (if so who?)
I also chatted with Microsoft, they said even tough the account is empty
testers will not have a problem approving as long as the
app functions correctly.
Thank you very much.
On Tuesday, November 13, 2012 11:39:38 PM UTC-8, Sinan Uşşaklı wrote:
- Darian Shimy <email@example.com> Nov 14 08:34AM -0800
Here is our situation, we host over 13 million sites that are built using
our easy to use, drag-and-drop interface (several million with a custom
domain). Many of our customers opt in for the Adsense program.
We cannot have any manual tasks in getting a site set up for Adsense. If I
can add the blocked URLs one for the Host (which is me) once, then there is
no issue. I didn't think this was the case. Can you clarify?
My use case is the following: We would like to filter ads from certain
sites automatically for all sites in the Adsense program for which we are
the host. Is this possible?
On Tuesday, November 13, 2012 11:48:43 AM UTC-8, Manu (AdSense team) wrote:
- "Manu (AdSense team)" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Nov 14 10:02AM -0800
that's right, you only need to do this once in your own account to affect
all your Host-publishers: go to Publisher Controls -> URL Blocking ->
Select Host Property. These blocks are applied to all ad units which *contain
the host-property code* in them (hence not affecting the publisher's
non-rev shared own ad units) regardless of which domain they appear on.
On Wednesday, 14 November 2012 08:34:08 UTC-8, Darian Shimy wrote:
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