Are you a Google AdSense publisher, have you ever been heard about Google AdSense Premium Account Program. If not today we will discuss about how you can get a Google AdSense Premium account and we also let you know the features and benefits.
What is Google AdSense Premium Account
Premium AdSense account is a special program for bloggers most elite in the world to earn more money than they would using a normal AdSense program. Premium AdSense accounts come with many features added bonus that we will discuss later in this blog post.
Eligibility to Getting a Google AdSense Premium Account
Google AdSense Premium Publishers are those that have prominent personalities of traffic, and the number one sure-fire is 6-7 million page views per month, but there are a small number of bloggers with a little less than this number of traffic got selected for the program Publisher Premium AdSense. It goes without saying that all other AdSense program policies should be followed with vigilance by inviting private partnership.
There are many mind-blowing features for Premium AdSense accounts. Below is the quick list with features and benefits you really want to know:
- You can use more than 3 Google ads on one page on your Website/Blog
- Google AdSense Premium Account publishers can ask for a 80% of the earnings
- You will get a Dedicated AdSense manager support with 24 hour Email Support
- You can easily customized your AdSense ads in any format and size you want
- You are risk free to getting banned from AdSense
- You will get latest features and news about AdSense direct to your AdSense Email and account
- You will get the better reporting and analysis.
- You will get assistance with site optimization via Google AdSense Team
It’s not just based on just visitor counts. There are many other factors involved, and Premium Publishers are invited by invitation only. That means unless AdSense specifically invites them into the premium program, they don’t get to be premium publishers just because they have a lot of visitors.
Lots of sites get a million hits a day but are basically spam sites, therefore would not qualify for AdSense at all, let alone a premium publishers account.