Hosted Account Adsense is an account that is approved by Adsense Host Partner Sites like BlogSpot, YouTube or HubPage. Because Adsense Company is not only handled by Google alone but also Google has other partner websites which share their income with Adsense.
So if you have an approved account from them (Blogger, Yourtube, HubPage) then it is called Adsense Hosted Account. Adsense Hosted Account is more approved for Blogger Platform.
• Google Adsense Hosted Account Approval can be easily found by Adsense Partner Sites.
• Can be used in Google Partner Sites like YouTube, Blogger Blogs and Partner Sites.
• Normally it can be easily upgraded to Adsense Hosted Vs Non Hosted Adsense Account.
A Hosted Adsense account is a type of Adsense account that is specifically for use with YouTube. With a Hosted Adsense account, Google will host all of the ads for your YouTube videos, and you will earn revenue from the clicks and impressions on those ads. As an advertiser, you can create and run ads on YouTube and other sites in the Google Display Network (GDN) with a hosted Adsense account.
One of the main benefits of a Hosted Adsense account is that it is easy to set up and use. Because Google manages the hosting and delivery of the ads, you don't need to worry about technical issues or maintenance. Additionally, a Hosted Adsense account allows you to monetize your YouTube videos and earn revenue from your content.
However, there are some limitations to a Hosted Adsense account. For example, you may not have as much control over the ads that are displayed on your videos, and you may not be able to earn as much revenue as you would with a non-hosted account. Additionally, you are subject to YouTube and Adsense policies, so if you violate any of the policies, you may lose your account or earn less.
It is important to note that Hosted Adsense account is for YouTube content creators only, if you have a website and want to monetize it, you will have to use a standard Adsense account.
Host partners allow you to monetize the content you create on their websites by linking it to your AdSense account.
If you're associated with an AdSense host partner, you'll see their name listed on the Third party access page of your account, in the "Access and authorization" section, under "Settings".