Recently Google changed the Adsense payment option in India. EFT (Electronic Fund Transfer) is enabled for AdSense users for easy money transfer. This option will directly deposit your Adsense money into your bank account.
What is Adsense by the Way?
Google Adsense is a very popular monetization system in the world, it runs by Google and trusted by many bloggers. As per many experts, it is one of the best ways to monetize the blog traffic and make money from it. Adsense provides display ads to the publishers which they can place on their creations like Apps, Websites, Youtube videos, etc. The ads will be created by the Advertisers using another Google service called AdWords. In short, Adsense is a monetization option provided by Google that pays publishers for displaying ads on their websites based on a Number of clicks, or Number of impression basis.
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How to enable Adsense Direct Bank Transfer Payment option
Today I will explain to you how to enable AdSense direct transfer payment option in India. Before getting started, you might need to know your Bank IFSC code and Swift code. You can check your IFSC code on cheque book if it is absent call your bank customer care to get the IFSC and Swift code.
After identifying the IFSC code and Swift code of your bank now open your Google Adsense page and log into your account.
Now click on the gear icon in the top-right corner of the webpage and click on payments. Here click on add a new form of payment, next you need to enter your bank account details, for example, my bank is HDFC and Swift code will look something like HDFCINBBAHM. After entering your details click on save option. From now onward you will receive money directly into your bank account. The process is simple, and anyone can link the bank account to Google Adsense. The process makes the money transfer to bloggers very easy.
Before getting started, please read all the terms and conditions mentioned by Google in AdSense policies.