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What is the difference between Google Ad-words and Google Ad-sense?

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The Google AdSense program differs in that it delivers Google AdWords ads to individuals' websites. Google then pays web publishers for the ads displayed on their site based on user clicks on ads or on ad impressions, depending on the type of ad.

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The difference between Adwords and Adsense is that adwords allows you to advertise on the Google search results pages (and the network of partners) while Adsense is the platform to use as a publisher to display Google Ads on your website.

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The Google AdWords program enables you to create advertisements which will appear on relevant Google search results pages and our network of partner sites.  

The Google AdSense program differs in that it delivers Google AdWords ads to individuals' websites. Google then pays web publishers for the ads displayed on their site based on user clicks on ads or on ad impressions, depending on the type of ad.

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The difference between AdWords and AdSense. ... The Google AdSense program differs in that it delivers Google AdWords ads to individuals' websites. Google then pays web publishers for the ads displayed on their site based on user clicks on ads or on ad impressions, depending on the type of ad.

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Google AdWords allows businesses to signup and create an ad to be displayed by Google on relevant SERPs and content pages, and Google AdSense lets publishers work with Google to get those ads placed on their pages for a cut of the profit , And Google AdSense is a system that Google uses to distribute ads that are found in AdWords—this includes the ads you’ve created in AdWords as well as other ads not related to your company.

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