When you sign up for AdSense, AdSense asks you to tell AdSense the URL of your site. To successfully create your AdSense account, the URL that you provide:
- must be a site that you own
- must not have a path (e.g. example.com/path) or subdomain (e.g. subdomain.example.com)
- must not contain any parameters (e.g. example.com/?q=target)
For example, let’s say that you’re the owner of example.com. On the AdSense sign-up page, you’d enter example.com in the ‘URL of your site’ field.
Blogger and YouTube URLs
If you enter the URL of your Blogger blog (e.g. example.blogspot.com) or YouTube channel (e.g. youtube.com/channel/example) when you sign up, AdSense will direct you to continue in your Blogger or YouTube account. These products follow a different account creation process. For more information, see Advertise on your Blogger blog or Set up an AdSense account for payments.
Examples of valid and invalid URLs
Example valid URLs
Example invalid URLs
Note: The number of accounts that can use the same domain to sign up for AdSense is limited. If there are already ads from a different AdSense account being served on your sign-up domain, you’ll need to use a different domain to sign up for your new AdSense account.