About Google Adsense:
What is AdSense? AdSense is a free-of-charge, simple way to earn money by displaying ads next to your online content. With AdSense, you can show relevant and engaging ads to your site visitors and customize the look and feel of ads to match your site. Google introduces new features for the upcoming day in Adsense. Google Adsense users get a mail telling them about recent changes.
What is Site Tab
Site management is changing in AdSense. Starting 20.03.2023, we’re making the Sites tab in AdSense more user-friendly and removing the subdomains feature. The Sites tab is the starting point for anyone who wants to monetize a new site in AdSense. To make AdSense more user-friendly, we’re redesigning the Sites tab and making some essential changes alongside the new look and feel.
What Changing ?
The Look and Feel The most noticeable change is the new look and feel. The new Sites page will show your list of sites in a table with search functionality, similar to how sites are shown elsewhere in AdSense.
What can be added as a site to AdSense
Going forward, you’ll only be able to add the following as “sites” in AdSense:
1. Domains (e.g., website.com, website.net)
2. Subdomains whose domain is listed on the public suffix list (e.g., site.appspot.com)
3. Sites that are managed by AdSense platform partners (e.g., site.blogspot.com)
You’ll no longer be able to add or manage subdomains that are part of an existing site on your Sites page. Any existing subdomains in your account that belong to a site will be removed. This will not impact ad serving or your earnings.
To review which sites have subdomains, visit your Sites page and look for the “subdomains” annotation in the table (e.g., example.com in the screenshot above.)
Blocking controls for subdomains
Any existing blocking controls for a subdomain (as defined above) will be promoted to the domain level. For example, if you have blocking controls configured for example.com and subdomain.example.com, the combination of those settings will be applied to example.com. Blocking controls for subdomains shown at the top level view of the “Sites” table will remain in place (e.g., website.blogspot.com in the screenshot above).
We’re adding a new ads.txt column to the “Sites” table to quickly show you the ads.txt status for your sites.
Site review times
You’ll start getting faster feedback for certain types of issues that we find with your sites during the initial review process. Some of these improvements may not be immediate for your account. We’re always looking for ways to improve the performance and usability of AdSense. Your feedback has helped shape the changes listed above, and we appreciate your continued feedback to help improve AdSense.