Googe Adsense for Search?

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Ok,

I have a plan on creating a website with it's own search.
It would be a basic search engine.

Now when someone comes to the site and uses
my internal search to seach the engine a page will
pop up with internal results, followed by google
adsense results so I can make extra money if
they do not want to click on my search results...

Does that makes sense? and how can this be done?
How can I show adsense results that are optimized
for the keywords that the visitor used?

Any help would be appreciated?
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just get a google adsense account and copy the google adsense codes into the page that contains the search results.

the adsense crawlers should do the work for you..
(i think?)
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Normally Adsense for search doesn't earn huge money for me, but I pui it. I think it make my site beautifull and useful for my visitor
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Normally,it doesn't make me huge money. I put Adsense for search because it make my site beautifull and it's useful.







More about Adsense Adwords Google
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thetramp wrote:
just get a google adsense account and copy the google adsense codes into the page that contains the search results.

the adsense crawlers should do the work for you..
(i think?)


I think so, too.
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thetramp wrote:
just get a google adsense account and copy the google adsense codes into the page that contains the search results.

the adsense crawlers should do the work for you..
(i think?)


I cannot see that being the case..

Let me try to explain better...

The idea is to have my own search engine (so I will no be using the google form for the search)..

So when one of my visitors uses "SEO" as a keyword, my Search engine will be showing my internal results... If there are NO results then I want to show
google adsense results using the keyword chosen on my FORM.. not using the google adsense form....

Does that make sense?
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yeah i got the idea now ,the only way to do that is with some coding experience(which i dont have).

sorry mate cant help beyond this point.

but i higly doubt it cant be done.
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thetramp wrote:
but i higly doubt it cant be done.


There has to be... :-)

Anyone?
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You can't do it, and if you do find a way it will be against adsense terms.
The terms of using adsense for search is that you put the JS on your page and leave it.
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meman wrote:
You can't do it, and if you do find a way it will be against adsense terms.
The terms of using adsense for search is that you put the JS on your page and leave it.


It is my understanding that it can be done and you do need permission from google to do it...

check out..

http://www.blogdigger.com/index.html

to see what I mean..
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It looks like they are just displaying adsense on their search pages. They aren't using the adsense for search with it.
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meman wrote:
It looks like they are just displaying adsense on their search pages. They aren't using the adsense for search with it.


You are correct.. I used the wrong terminology.. still adsense...

Looking to push my keywords and make money using adsense..
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You should contact Google to make sure they allow that sort of usee for their Adsense, you wouldn't want to get banned after having put a lot of work in setting up your website.

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Contacted Google..

They pretty much said "NO"..

I guess I will have to try yahoo, amazon & clicksor..

I am sure that clicksor and amazon is possible..
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The thing is that you cannot display ads targeted for the searched keywords on your website. You either use Google search or, if you want to make your own search results, display adsense on pages without results. But this way they won't have anything to do with the searched terms.
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alecs wrote:
The thing is that you cannot display ads targeted for the searched keywords on your website. You either use Google search or, if you want to make your own search results, display adsense on pages without results. But this way they won't have anything to do with the searched terms.


You are correct sir,

It does defeat the purpose of what I am trying to do... :-)

But then again, there are other players that would allow me to do this..
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In the end I doubt if the effort would have been worth the return, My returns on Google search are very low, Pennies per search, and then only if your visitor actually clicks on a search result add.

John
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