AdSense Disclosure

Our website’s monetization on Google AdSense, Google Discover and Google Stories. They server ads on websites which collects information read more in below.

Where we’re getting our information on advertiser identity

Advertisers on Google are verified through our advertiser identity verification program. This includes both new and existing Google Ads accounts. Completion of the verification program requires an advertiser to submit official documentation that shows their legal name and address.

How we use advertiser’s information

With the information advertisers provide during the verification process, Google will display the advertiser name and location. As part of our ongoing transparency efforts we may make information about your Google Ads accounts and DV360 accounts and ad campaigns publicly available as outlined in our advertiser identity policy.

How disclosures look on different ad formats

Search ads

On search ads, users are able to access advertiser verification information through the 3-dot icon  on desktop, or the info icon  on mobile. By clicking 3-dot icon  on Search, users can see an advertiser’s name and location. This may appear differently depending on whether a user is on mobile or desktop.

Display ads

Display ads reach the vast majority of Internet users. In most cases, users are able to view additional information about an ad they see by clicking on “About this ad”, accessed through the Ad Choices icon AdChoices icon. You can also find it by clicking the X or the icon+ X.


On YouTube, the “About this ad” disclosure can be viewed by clicking on the info icon  or the 3-dot icon . Ads on YouTube have the same disclosures as those served on other platforms, including a Google-verified advertiser name and location.

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