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10 Places to put Adsense ads in Blogger

Posted by Mohsin On 3/17/2013 10:20:00 AM No comments

In this article we'll talk about the most common 10 places in our blog where we can add AdSense ads and about how we can implement these and we'll get to know as well which are the most suitable formats based on those available in our AdSense account.

Adsense Advertisements

In the Sidebar

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How to implement

This is one of the easiest areas to put AdSense. Just go to the Page Elements (Layout), click on the "Add a Gadget" link, then add an HTML/Javascript widget with your ad code inside it or add directly an AdSense widget.

Recommended formats: 125 × 125, 120 × 600 and 160 × 600, 300 x 600

Between posts

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Implementation. You can add AdSense ads between your posts by going to Layout, click on the "Edit" link below the Blog Posts section, then check the "Show Ads Between Posts" option.

Recommended formats: 468 × 60, 300 × 250 and 336 × 280

Under the header

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Implementation:

Before anything, you need to convert your AdSense ad code - you can use this converter here:

AdSense Ad Converter

Next thing to do is to go to your Blogger Template (log in to your Blogger Dashboard, click on Template and press the Edit HTML button) and click anywhere inside the code area to search for the following code using the CTRL + F keys:
<div id='header-wrapper'>
Paste the converted code right after it.

Recommended formats: 728 × 90 and 728 × 15

Above the blog posts


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Implementation:

Convert your ad code and search for <div id='main-wrapper'> in your template.

Paste the converted code right after it.

Recommended formats: 460 × 68, 468 × 15 and 336 × 280

Under the post title (this will be visible on all the pages)

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Implementation:

Convert your AdSense ad code and go to your Template > Edit HTML > click anywhere inside the code area and search for the following line (CTRL + F):
<div class='post-header-line-1'/>
Note: if you can't find it, search it without the ending slash /

Paste the converted code right after it.

Recommended formats: 468 × 68 and 468 × 15

Under the post title (visible only on the posts pages)

Implementation:

Convert your ad code and then go to your Template, click anywhere inside the code area and look for:
<div class='post-header-line-1'/>
Note: if you can't find it, search it without the trailing slash /

Paste the converted code, following this example:
<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == "item"'>

<!-- Add here the code of your ad -->

</b:if>
Recommended formats: 468x68 and 468x15

In the posts' footer

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Implementation:

Convert your ad code and then go to your Template > click anywhere inside the code area and look for:
<p class='post-footer-line post-footer-line-3'/>
Note: if you can't find it, search it without the trailing slash /

Paste the converted code right after this line.

Recommended formats: 468x68 and 468x15

In the post's body (it will be visible on all pages)

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Implementation:

Convert your ad code and then go to your Template > click anywhere inside the code area and look for:
<div class='post-body entry-content'>
Note: in case you don't fint this code, search only for <div class='post-body'>

And paste the converted code by following the example below:
<div style='float:right'>

<!-- Add here the code of your ad -->

</div>
Recommended formats: 125x125, 180x150, 120x240 and 200x200

In the post's body (visible only in post pages)

Convert your ad code and then go to your Template, click anywhere inside the cod area and look for:
<div class='post-body entry-content'>
Note: in case you don't fint this code, search only for <div class='post-body'> 

And paste the converted code by following this example:
<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == "item"'>
<div style='float:right'>

<!-- Add here the code of your ad -->

</div>
</b:if>
Recommended formats: 125x125, 180x150, 120x240 and 200x200

Between post and comments (visible only on posts pages)


Implementation:

Convert your ad code and then go to your Template, click anywhere inside the code area and look for:
</b:includable>
<b:includable id='postQuickEdit' var='post'>
Paste the converted code just above it, following this example:
<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == "item"'>

<!-- Add here the code of your ad -->

</b:if>
Recommended formats: 468x60, 300x250 and 336x280

In the blog's footer

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Implementation:

Convert your ad code and then go to your Template, click anywhere inside the code area and look for:
<div id='footer-wrapper'>
Paste the converted code right after it.

Recommended formats: 728x90 and 728x15

FAQ

Some questions that are likely to arise:

I can't find the codes, what should I do?
When searching for a specific code, make sure that you have no spaces before/after it. These are the default codes of Blogger and should be found in all the templates unless they have been modified by the template designer.

Why should I convert my AdSense code?
The Blogger's Template reads it as text and not as code so it is better to avoid any errors when trying to save it.

The ads are not displaying properly, why is that?
The ads could be affected by the styles (CSS) selectors (divs) containing them and some templates could be wrong designed, then you should consider modifying these styles, look for another relevant place or in extreme cases, change the template.

Can I put the all 10 codes on my blog?
No, you should choose just one of the locations where you want to put the ads considering that AdSense have some limits on the number of ads that could be displayed. Try to make a balance with your content.

Why there should be only 3 ads displayed on the main page?
This is due to the limit set by AdSense. Combine the type of ads (text, rich media ads and link units) if you want to show more ads.
Hopefully, this guide will be useful to those of you who need to display AdSense ads on your blog.

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