Get paid

Get paid through direct payments or advertising, or both.


Web In-App Payments
Use Google In-App Payments to sell digital and virtual goods in a web application. The Google In-App Payments Platform has been built with simplicity in mind. It has a simple API for you to integrate with, a simple interface for buyers to interact with, and a simple pricing model with only a flat 5% fee.
Google Play In-App Billing
Google Play In-App Billing is a Google Play service that lets you sell digital content within your applications. You can use the service to sell a wide range of content, including downloadable content such as media files or photos, and virtual content such as game levels or potions.


AdMob can help you build a business around your mobile app. Instantly monetize app traffic with relevant ads from thousands of advertisers or get more users by promoting your app with an ad campaign or house ads.
Get paid for displaying targeted Google ads on your site. Customize ads to match your site's look and feel. Track your success with online reports. It's free! With AdSense, you'll pay nothing, spend little time on set-up, and have no maintenance worries.


Google Play
Google Play gives you an easy way to distribute your applications to Android users. Open: Google Play is open to any developer. Simplicity: Add your app in 3 easy steps: Register, upload, and publish. Community: Android users can rate and comment on applications. Choice: Choose between distributing free, paid, ad-supported, and in-app billed applications. Manage: Your application portfolio: view downloads, ratings, error reports and user comments.
Google Apps Marketplace
Google Apps has 40 million users and 5,000 new companies a day are signing up. If you have a business web application integrated with Google Apps, the Google Apps Marketplace is a great way to get the word out to this huge audience.
Chrome Web Store
The Chrome Web Store lets you publish apps and games, either free or paid, where the 200+ million Google Chrome users can easily find them. Whenever Chrome users create a new window or tab, they see the apps they've installed, along with a store icon that reminds them to find more apps.

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