Pantip.com, in collaboration with Google, has introduced a system that allows members to generate income through Google AdSense. Users of Pantip must link their Google AdSense account with their Pantip account after receiving approval from Google. Once linked, users can access the “Create Income” section in the profile settings, located in the left-hand menu. This section allows users to create and respond to posts, while the system pulls relevant advertisements related to the content of the posts. However, the display of advertisements may not occur in every post or response. Instead, the system randomly selects and displays ads based on specific conditions and relevance.
To be eligible for income generation, posts and responses must have been created on Pantip.com since January 1, 2013. Whether it is a new or old post, if the owner or respondent of the post has activated the Google AdSense service and the post has gained views after the application for income has been approved, users of Pantip can start earning a share of the ad revenue generated.
The revenue from advertisements is divided between Google and Pantip users. Pantip does not receive any revenue share from advertising. Users receive a 68% share, while Google receives a 32% share. These percentages are subject to change as determined by Google.
Each time an ad is displayed, Google’s system accumulates impressions and calculates the earnings. When the accumulated earnings reach $100, users of Pantip can request a withdrawal, which can be monitored through Google’s AdSense page.
TLDR: Pantip.com has partnered with Google AdSense to allow its members to earn income from posting on the website. Users must link their Google AdSense account to their Pantip account and can then create and respond to posts. Relevant ads are displayed alongside the content, and users can earn a share of the ad revenue generated. When the accumulated earnings reach $100, users can request a withdrawal.