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Saturday, August 13, 2016

Top Guids to Setup Adsense Page-Level Ads to Blog

Page-Level Ads Have been rolled out recently and now available for use for all Webmasters and Bloggers. Page-level ads enable you to display Adsense ads on your Blogger Mobile Sites. It helps you monetize your mobile templates just like you monetize mobile apps with Google AdMob Ads and improve and increase your revenue.

Page-Level Ads feature is now available in all countries. Google has recently introduced a new type of Adsense ad-units, which may be shown to people who visit a website using a mobile device (eg smartphone of tablet),

There are two types of Page-level ads:
Vignette ads:   When a visitor on your site clicks on a link to another page on you site, a vignette ad may be loaded as a full-page overlay which the user needs to close before they see the page which they navigated to.
2. Overlay ads:   these are smaller ads which show at the top or bottom of your screen, and which "stick" to the edge, so they seem to stay in place as the user scrolls up and down your site.   The visit may click on them in the usual way

For Blogger users, these ads are only currently available if you have a full AdSense account: if you only have a hosted AdSense account, then you cannot get the code to install them.   But if you do have a full AdSense account (either because you have a custom domain, or because you signed up for AdSense before the "host AdSense account" option was introduced), they are attractive because they don't count towards the count of advertisement-units which you are allowed to display on each page.

They also only work if you have a mobile template switched on for your blog, so that visitors who use a mobile device see mobile-optimised screen.

How to install AdSense Page Level ads in Blogger
  • Log in to your AdSense account.
  • Go to the My Ads tab
Turn on one or both of  Overlay or Vignette ads options.  (By default, they are both turned Off.    Click on the empty box beside the "0" to turn an option to  on:  in these controls, 0 means "off" and 1 means "on".)

  • Click the < > Get Code button.
  • Copy the code that is generated.
  • Go To Blogger >Template Editor.
  • Click Edit HTML and search for this code </head> 
  • Paste your Page-Level Ad code just above </head>
  • Save the template.
  • All Done!
For WordPress Users:

Add Plugin: Install Insert Headers And Footers Plugin that lets you add scripts without messing your code.

1. Go To Settings > Insert Headers And Footers.
2. Copy the Ad Code and paste to the “Scripts In Headers” section of the page and click on “Save Settings”.
For WordPress.com: Copy the Ad Code and paste before </head>

For Pro Users: If you are comfortable editing your theme, place the above code to your head section of your template. You can also place it on top of your opening body tag in pages to limit the display of the ads on certain pages.

For Genesis Users: Theme Frameworks like Genesis provide a built-in option to add codes to your header.

1. From your Dashboard, navigate to Genesis > Theme Settings.
2. Copy the code and paste under the Header and Footer scripts. 

Note:-Before you try this Page-Level Ad beta feature kindly backup your blogger template.

On your favorite mobile device, visit your blog to test Page-Level ads.

In the address bar of your mobile browser, add #googleads to the end of your blog's URL.

Example: www.helpnagaruntari.com#googleads

Select the ad format that you want to test from the tabbed box that will appear just above your blog body.

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Posted by Akhilesh Kumar
I am a blog scientist and a professional blogger. we writes on this blog about Tech, Blogging, SEO, Social Networking Site, News, Search Engines Traffic, Make Money Online, Life Hack and Making Life Successful. our blog NagarUntari receives 10k Pageviews per month. I do share on this blog regularly.

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