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Monday, April 30, 2007

Simplest Way to Place AdSense Within Your Post for the New Version of Blogger

The simplest step-by-step instructions for you to place Google's AdSense code within your post using the New Version of Blogger Customized Design Template.

  • Go to Dashboard
  • Click on Blog Layout
  • Click on Edit HTML
  • Check the Expand Widget Template box
  • Scroll down your template about 1/2 the way and look for:
Find this area in your template and be ready to copy and paste your Google AdSense code below it.
< class="'post-header-line-1'/">

Paste AdSense code here

Now lets get the AdSense code and make a few changes. I know you're going to say that is against Google's TOS, however, these are acceptable changes because we are not altering the AdSense code in anyway.
  • Open new browser window
  • Go to your Google AdSense account
  • Click on AdSense for Content
  • Choose Ad Unit
  • Choose Format and Colors
  • Add Channel

Look for the two brackets in red < and > at the top and bottom section of Google's AdSense code shown below. Replace these brackets to look like this &lt;!-- and //--&gt;

<script type="text/javascript">
google_ad_client = "pub-XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX";
google_ad_width = 468;
google_ad_height = 60;
google_ad_format = "468x60_as";
google_ad_type = "text_image";
google_ad_channel = "";
<script type="text/javascript"

That's it and now you're ready to Copy and Paste the AdSense code into your template in the specified area mentioned above. Save Template. Done!

Follow these simple steps if you are ready to Make Money Using Google's AdSense.

Thanks to Louis at Blogging Secret for sharing this information with all of us.

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info4beingrich said...

This post has helped me. But i am looking for some more. Pasting adsense code according to this post would enable you to show your ads within your post but at the start and at the end of the post. Now I want to put my ad in the middle of the post. Like

Post Start

Some content

Adsense ad

Some content

Adsense ad

Some content

Post ends

Can you please help.

Sherry said...

Thanks for commenting, I'm glad this post was useful to you.

I'm working on something right now that will allow Google AdSense to be in the middle of your post. Stay tuned for further information on this technique.