This steps have been broken down in simpler steps to simplify the process and make it more readable and understandable.
Steps to place google adsense code below blogger post title
- After creating the adsense unit, place your mouse in the Adsense box, right click and copy the code. paste it in a note pad if you want to close the page. Click and open this link AD CONVERTER in a new tab or (copy the link location and paste in a new tab address bar). it will take you to centricle.
- Log in to your blogger dashboard if you are not already there.
- Navigate to LAYOUT go to EDIT HTML
- BACK UP YOUR TEMPLATE by downloading it to your computer. Don't know how to do it just click on the above link and read the post.
- Check the Expand Widgets Template check box.
- Bring up Blogger Search using CTRL + F. Copy and paste the following line of code into the text box to find the following code in your template.
- Return to the Ad Converter and copy the converted code by right clicking your mouse and choosing select all followed by right clicking again to copy it.
Paste this code directly after the above code block. BUT
Before you do that, paste your Google Adsense ad converted code between the following script in this format.
<!-- Start Google Ad-->
Place your Google Adsense Code here
<!-- End Google Ad-->
Click on save templates to save your template.
- Take a look at your new Google Adsense ad unit in your blog by following the View Blog link.
Troubleshooting Your New Google Adsense Below the Post Title for errors.
- Note that only a placeholder will show up for about the first 10 minutes or so. If no placeholder appears go back and retrace your steps to make sure you haven't forgotten something. Check if you have copied the code correctly.
- Do you want more white space between the ad unit and the start of the first line of your article? then add this html tag
before your Google Adsense code and this
after the last line of your Google Adsense code.
- If you have Google Adsense ad units in other parts of your blog you will find that only 3 Google Adsense ad units will display on one page at any one time according to Adsense rules. for this reason you may get a placeholder appearing for some of your earlier posts which appear further down the page (placeholder are the spaces you see on the other post instead of Google Adsense). To counter this problem I suggest you set the number of posts on a page to 3 if you have no other ad units anywhere else and 2 if you have another unit some where else. Linked units are not included in this only ad units.That's all
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