September 17, 2013

Google Adsense Ads Now Supports HTTPS Pages

Google has announced that the ads served by the Google Adsense platform will be displayed even on a HTTPS page. HTTPS is used to protect users' sensitive information. Thus, this update is a good news for web developers who want to monetize their content on an HTTPS (Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure) page.

Google Adsense is a monetizing program by Google that serves ads according to the text on the page and thus, in turn, generate revenue for the content makers. Also it acts as an advertising platform for the advertisers. The advertisers can directly target their specific audience. Thus, it a win-win situation for everyone.

Until recently, ads could not be served on a secure page, i.e., a page that uses HTTPS instead of the normal HTTP. But now, web developers can monetize their content by putting ads over their HTTPS pages.

Google has changed their ad serving code. The new ad serving code uses a protocol relative URL for the ad request.

Thus if you are web developer and have a site that is HTTPS-enabled, implement Adsense on you website and monetize your content.

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