No, you are not permitted to do that on Wordpress.com blogs.
AdSense, Yahoo, Chitika, TextLinkAds, and other third-party advertising is not allowed here at WordPress.com. If you would like to run ads on your blog, one of these options may work for you:
We have a feature called WordAds that lets WordPress.com bloggers with moderate to high traffic and ...
How do I see which region is the "Current Region"?
You can see it in the bottom of Search Settings page:
What is Google search settings Current Region based on?
Google automatically detects your computer’s location using its IP address, Location History (if it’s turned on), and recent locations you’ve searched for.
This worked for me:
I had a blogger blog, and using Google's options, I redirected it to a real www.example.com domain.
Now, AdSense ads would not show up on my blog.
In Blogger dashboard, I clicked on Earnings.
In the main menu, I clicked on "My Ads".
The screen says, "Content > URL Channels"
On this screen, I clicked "+ New URL Channel"
Here is what worked for me.
Log in to your AdSense account. In the upper right side of your AdSense account, click on the cog or gear. A dropdown will appear with four selections. Click the top selection, which is Settings.
Once in Settings, the left side menu will change. In the left side menu, click on Access and Authorization. This will open a submenu. ...
The answer is simple. Your email account and/or the website is linked with another unapproved account. If you want to isolate this issue, create a new blog and add enough content.
When you are done, link it to your gmail and apply for AdSense. If your request is approved, then it means the other website is linked to another account via Webmaster or AdSense.
I'm pretty sure that it is possible, and that I've done it. Will check the details of how I did it later on when I have more time.
But your first challenge will be to get firstname.lastname@example.org signed up as an AdSense publisher in it's own right. There are certain rules about who can sign up, including that you have "something" to show ads on, which ...
The reason that Tumblr is a bad place for advertising is that the majority of people are reblogging/liking/viewing from their dashboards. It's only that rare visit from someone new that will give you a view.
Wordpress.com is also a bad place because their TOS does not allow you to place your own ads (since it's free). They'll place ads on your site if your ...
Everything you need to know is in here: https://www.google.com/permissions/geoguidelines/
I'm not able to provide any legal interprestation - but note this paragraph - bolding mine.
Note that if you (a) embed a classic map, Street View panorama, or My
Map; (b) use one of our APIs on the web or in an application; or (c)
use Google Earth Pro, or ...
I also had the same problem and have found the link to apply
I have applied on 27.5.18 and waiting for a confirmatory mail about cancellation.
In order for you to link your Blog with Adsense, you must have an established blog which has been running for several months already with dozens of posts which contain plenty of quality content apart from meeting all requirements established by the program. The option to link with AdSense will automatically appear and take you to the set up process.
I've found the solution, it was via mobile, but it's a solution.
If you don't want to use the AdSense account currently connected to your Google Account, try one of the following:
Sign in with a different Google Account connected to the AdSense
account you'd like to use with AdMob.
Remove yourself from the AdSense account and let AdMob create a new
I expect that you already linked it and you just now need to wait.
This YouTube support page has more info just in case.
Scroll down a bit, open the item If you already have an approved AdSense account and select AdSense association link from the text.
I figured out how to get rid of the old AdSense account created by AdMob.
Create a new "dummy" Google account
Go to Account Settings in AdSense on your real account
Click Users & Authentication
Click add new user and type in the email of the dummy Google account
Mark the new user row as being an administrator
Log in to the dummy mail account and accept ...
There are all sorts of possibilities here.
First, inside AdSense, have you restricted the sites that your ads can be shown on? Have you added your new custom-domain to that list?
Second, when did you sign up for AdSense? If it was after early November 2012, then you probably went through the fast-track sign-up process for host-partner publishers. I'...
It seems the situation has changed since @Josh Curren posted his A. The same link now shows:
Change the currency in my performance reports
You can view your performance reports in a different currency to your
To change your reporting currency:
In the left navigation, click Performance reports.
Click the currency drop-...