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T Wednesday, May 20, 2015

How To Show Ads Below/Above Post Footer And Header In Blogger

fahim raza 6 Comments so far
How To Show Ads Below/Above Post Footer And Header In Blogger

Making money through a blog is not easy if you don't know tricks to get more clicks on your ads. Its a common problem with everyone that they get enough views but ad click rate is very low, some reasons for this are low traffic, wrong position of ads or use of text ads only etc. Position of ads has major effect on clicks rate so to get more clicks on your ads you have to show your ads in such positions which are clear to users e.g below post header, in sidebar and above footer. Since blogger has no option to show ads below post titles and above footer so you have to do it manually. In this post I will show you how to show your ads below post titles and above footer.

How To Show Ads Below Post Titles In Blogger:


How To Show Ads Below Post Titles In Blogger

Follow below steps to show your ads below post titles:

Step 1: Go to Blogger Dashboard > Template > Search for <div class='post-header'> by using Ctrl+F.

Note: Search <div class='post-header'> two times.

Step 2: Copy below code and paste it below the above code which you have searched:

<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == "item"'>Your ad code</b:if>

Note: Remember to add the code below the second one.

Step 3: Replace "Your ad code" with your ad code.

Step 4: Click on save template and you are done.

How To Show Ads Above Post Footer In Blogger:



Follow below steps to show your ads above post footer:

Step 1: Navigate to Blogger Dashboard > Template > Search <div class='post-footer'> by using Ctrl+F.

Note: Search <div class='post-footer'> two times.

Step 2: Copy below code and paste it above <div class='post-footer'>:

<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == "item"'>Your ad code</b:if>

Note: Remember to add the code below the second one.

Step 3: Replace "Your ad code" with your ad code.

Step 4: Click on save template and you are done.


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6 comments :

  1. Hello friend.
    The code works well in computer, but in mobile device the ads don't appear.
    When the ads are included with a box widget, is easy to include the code "mobile=yes", but following this method I don't know how to do it.

    Could you help me please?

    Thanks in advance.

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    1. It will work in mobile site too. You just need to enable custom template for mobile site. Follow this post for further info http://www.the101helper.com/2015/05/how-to-optimize-blogger-blog-for-mobile.html

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    2. Hello Fahim. I already did that. My blog already was enabled with "custom template" for mobile site, but the ads don't appear in mobile.

      Until now the only way to show ads in mobile has been including the ads in widget blocks and including the code "mobile='yes".

      Do you have other idea to solve this?
      Thanks so much for your great help.

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    3. Yes, use below code to show ad below post header in mobile:

      ----Code------
      5b:if cond='data:blog.isMobile == "true"'6
      /////////YOUR AD CODE//////////
      5/b:if6
      -----Code-----

      Replace 5 with < and 6 with >


      But make sure the ad code between this code will show only in mobile for desktop u need to add another ad code

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  2. Thank you Bro.
    As you know, adsense allows only 3 ads units per page. I can include more blocks, ones for mobile and some others for PC and configure the blocks to show maximum 3 blocks. But anyway, in the html code will be many blocks, maybe 6 or even more.

    Does Google sees as a problem to have a big amount of blocks in the html code?
    I'm not sure if this is against the adsense rules.

    Thanks for your great help.

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    1. No bro and Google now allows unlimited ads per page, search about it.

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