Adsense Ads in Blogger posts has relatively higher CTR (Click through Ratio) and can also significantly increase the number of clicks you receive. Adding Adsense Ads along side bars or between different posts is an easy task but to place Adsense ads directly in the blog post requires some trick. Have you seen most bloggers placing Adsense ads right after the Title of the post? This is really crucial to increase your adsense earnings. But Adsense ads are not displayed if you directly add the adsense code in the blogger post or even in the template. Ok so through this method, you can add adsense in two most popular spots in blogger posts; either just below the title or at the end of the posts. You can also align them to left or right on these spots according to your need and look. In this post we shall discover how to add such Adsense ads in your posts so that you could earn more from them.
This adsense adding method is found very beneficial for bloggers to increase their adsense earnings. The idea of writing this post came to my mind when I stumbled Themelib’s article for increasing adsense earnings for better design. And the main section I can relate to the article is
“Inside Blog Posts – If we display Adsense ads inside post, it is found that it has relatively higher CTR. People mostly think this ads as a part of the content and click it often. And these ads have almost related words to the topic or key words you have in your specific blog post. (Thanks BloggerUser)”
Well, now let’s move on if you are really interested to add Ads in such way. Specifically, we shall be discussing two main steps in order to add such Adsense ads style.
Widget Adding Instructions:
1. First get your Adsense Ad code from your Adsense Account.
2. Parse the code to replace special characters with HTML entities. You can take help of the Blog Crowds Parse Code Website.
3. Navigate to the Layout of your blogger blog
4. Now Go to the Edit Html Tab
5. Click on Expand Widget Templates
Wait: Before Editing your Template, Save a copy of your current template by clicking ‘Download Full Template’ in ‘Edit HTML’ page of the Blogger ‘Layout’ Window and ‘Preview’ the changes before Saving.
6. Search for the following code inside your template html.
7. Now you can add your adsense code before the code in step 6 if you want to make the Adsense ads appear before the content or after the code in step 3 if you want to make Adsense ads appear after the content.
Adsense Ads In Posts Only on Single Post
Be careful you can only add 3 AdSense for Contents on each page. So if you want to display the Adsense ads only when the blog post is explored, wrap your adsense code with the below code.
PUT YOUR parsed Adsense code HERE
OK if you have done correctly, it should be working fine. Your final codes should look like this.
google_ad_client = "pub-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx";
google_ad_host = "pub-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx";
google_ad_slot = "xxxxxxxxxx";
google_ad_width = 336;
google_ad_height = 280;
This trick will certainly boost your adsense earnings. If you want to increase your adsense earning (which i hope most of you want to), then you should be applying this trick.
If you have any problems or any queries related to this widget, Please leave a comment below and I would be glad to help you !You can also comment if this widget has really helped you as i said.
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I don’t use Blogger, but WordPress. I really think you explained all the steps in detail and anyone would be able to follow it. A very well written post, keep up the good work.
I see you say you are in the initial phase of the blog. One suggestion I have for you is on the homepage. The scrolling posts on top, it changes to quickly for me.
I was reading the details and it just changed to the next one. If you could, maybe set the time to be a bit longer. Maybe 2 to 3 times longer, that will give the user enough time to read the details.
Adsense is never enough for making money blogging. I supplement Adsense with the Infolinks’ in text ads and find it to be the best way to monetize my website!
@ George Serradinho.. Thanks for the appreciation and suggestion too.
@ Bruno…. Ya adsense requires lot of work and yet people cant make the most out of it.
Great post and really nice work buddy.I hopt you will give a post about striped ad too.Now i shifted to wordpress so I couldn’t check your tutorial.Keep up the good work
@ Ricky. Thanks. I will try in some other post.
@ George Serradinho…”I was reading the details and it just changed to the next one………..”
I think you need to use the stop button adjacent to the picture in the slider so that its easier to go through the whole content. Thanks.
Very useful article for those who are starters like me in the monetization aspect. I am bookmarking this page.
i read your post here and I find that it is very informative. I just need your help on this though. Since Google does not accept more than 3 text ads or more than 3 link ads how do I ensure that in blogger
i have only 1 ad running after the first post on the homepage as well as on archive pages and single post pages. Is there a code which can satisfy for all three conditions?
learn to code
@ goa.. i didn't get the thing you talking exactly. You can wrap the adsense widget with codes only to display it on the page you wanted.
I have one doubt.. can u pls clarify me.. I am seeing after title of post ads in 2 formats 300×250 and 250×250.. how is it possible to display ads in 2 formats inside blog posts?
hi i want help for adsense in which post,how can i do past it.
Thank you for your tip.I will be thank ful to you for it every time since it increased my earnings.Thanking you agian.
Very informative tips and tricks,..thanks a lot for sharing this tip!i was looking for this particular one for long!
how do i get my blog seen on google when people search on google? http://ericcomptonblogs.blogspot.com
i need to place adsense after 2-3 lines on each post.how can i do it.
To do that i Think you need to place codes for all adsense manually in each posts. It should not be possible that way in blogger template.
Good article, but i want to know, is it comes under the google adsense policies or not. There are any risk involved it?
There are no risks involved at all amit. And sorry Amit, that i edited your name.
it seems that my Adsense earnings this month have plumetted. i don’t know why :
Adsense is a great dollar earner if you don’t have a stable job’*~
adsense is the best ppc paying program out there, there are many alternatives but most of them does not pay as much as adsense :
Job well done. I have adsense ads too, if you like, you can click on them…..
thank you so much.. this is helpful..
I did mine on the footer side of my contents. below the blog title was just placed manually.
But I’m happy on how I placed my google adsense.
Thank you for the tutorials.