Does Adsense Support Bangla (Bengali) Language? [Solution]
One of the most common questions I get on my email is:
Does Adsense Support Bangla Language?
The answer is NO. Bangla is not a supported language for Adsense. Here are the languages Adsense Supports.
Yes, Bangla Language is not in the list. But the confusion arises when people notice that some popular Bangladeshi Newspaper like Prothom Alo and Kaler Kantho show Adsense Ads on their websites.
If you are wondering how they do it, here is the answer. Maybe they are premium Adsense publishers. Or they used an Adsense account that has been approved by another site. I mean they didn’t apply for Adsense with Bangla content based site, they added the site to their existing Adsense account. You can do the same if you want to violate the Adsense Policy.
I will never suggest you to place Adsense Ads on Bangla content based sites. If someone reports about your account that you are using Adsense on an unsupported language, Adsense team may ban you from their program. Another problem is, if Adsense team finds that a lot of Bangladeshi publishers are placing Adsense codes on Bangla content based site, they will become more strict on approving new applicants.
I hope Adsense will add Bangla language to its program real soon. After all, Bangla is one of the most spoken languages, ranked 7th in the world. All we need to do is, increase Bangla content and attract more local advertisers. Until Adsense approves Bangla, don’t use Adsense on your Bangle site. But you can consider using Adsense when your site contains both Bangla & English and English is primary language.
So What is the Solution for Bangla Content Based Publishers?
The solution is G&R Ad Network. G&R is the first & largest Bangladeshi online Advertising network. It offers several monetization options to the publishers. If you are running a Bangla content based site, I would suggest you to use this network. It offers a good amount of revenue on impressions.
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