Friday, July 06, 2007

Incorporate AdSense ads in post and wrap text around ad

Please note that in the l is a L and not 1 (one) and the exclamation mark is a ! (exclamation mark).

Important note: Before you make any changes to your template, always backup your current template PLUS Page Elements first. Refer to Backing up and changing New Blogger template.

There are more than one methods. I tested a method at Fish and Fishing and another method at Internet Tips and Tricks. I shall describe the methods below:

Wrapping text around AdSense ads by replacing <!-- with etc.

This was the method I used for Fish and Fishing. You will first have to sign into AdSense account and generate the script for "AdSense for Content" ad unit. If you are not familiar, refer to Generating script for AdSense products. It is best that you know the width of your main column first so that you know what ad format is suitable. It is best you use a browser with tabbed browsing like FireFox. Then you can open a new tab in the same window to sign into your Blogger account. In the Dashboard, click LAYOUT for the relevant blog, then click the TEMPLATE tab followed by the EDIT HTML sub-tab. This will open your template editor. Then look for codes like

#main { float: right; width: 600px; margin: 0px; padding: 0px 50px 0px 0px; line-height: 1.5em; word-wrap: break-word; /* fix for long text breaking sidebar float in IE */ overflow: hidden; /* fix for long non-text content breaking IE sidebar float */ }

or

#main-wrapper {
width: 400px;
margin-left: 20px;
float: left;
word-wrap: break-word; /* fix for long text breaking sidebar float in IE */
}

How the codes will be written depend on what template you are using. The first codes above was for the template I used for Fish and Fishing. I will put a link to the template later when I publish another post. The first codes contains "width: 600px;" which tells me that the width of the main column is 600 pixels wide. There are 6 formats which may be suitable for putting into the posts. They are:

336x280 Large Rectangle
300x250 Medium Rectangle
250x250 Square
200x200 Small Square
180x150 Small Rectangle
125x125 Button

As the main column width is 600 pixels wide, and AdSense has said that 336x280 Large Rectangle is one of the better performing format, I chose this format for the blog Fish and Fishing as the main column is wide enough to take this format in comfortably.

Generate your AdSense script as described above and copy it into clipboard. Then go to the tab where you are logged into Blogger. In the Dashboard, click LAYOUT for the relevant blog. Then in the LAYOUT, click the TEMPLATE tab and then the EDIT HTML sub-tab. This will open the template editor. Tick the "Expand Widget Templates" and wait for the template to fully expand. You will then have to look for the codes contain "width: 600px;" which tells me that the width of the main column is 600 pixels wide. In the template, search for the line of code:

<div class='post-header-line-1'/>

If you want an easy way, I would suggest you click on the inside of the template editor window and press ctrl+A keys simultaneously. This will highlight the whole of the template. Right-click and chose "copy" to copy the expanded template into clipboard. Open Notepad and paste the template into Notepad. Click EDIT in menu bar at the top of Notepad and chose "Select all" to highlight all the template. Click EDIT again, but this time chose "Find...". Type or copy-paste all or part of

<div class='post-header-line-1'/>

into the "Find" field. Click the "Find next" button. This will help you quickly find that code and it will be highlighted. Paste your Adsense script below this line of code. For my AdSense script, it is of the form

<script type='text/javascript'><!--
google_ad_client = "pub-9408074638";
google_ad_width = 336;
google_ad_height = 280;
google_ad_format = "336x280_as";
google_ad_type = "text_image";
google_ad_channel = "";
google_color_border = "FFFFFF";
google_color_bg = "FFFFFF";
google_color_link = "5588AA";
google_color_text = "000000";
google_color_url = "0099CC";
google_ui_features = "rc:6";
//-->
</script>
<script src='http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js' type='text/javascript'>
</script>


Replace <!-- (in red) with and //--> with HTML closing comment tag

Then add table tags in before and after the AdSense script so that it become

<table align='left'><tr><td><script type='text/javascript'>
google_ad_client = "pub-94080704638";
google_ad_width = 336;
google_ad_height = 280;
google_ad_format = "336x280_as";
google_ad_type = "text_image";
google_ad_channel = "";
google_color_border = "FFFFFF";
google_color_bg = "FFFFFF";
google_color_link = "5588AA";
google_color_text = "000000";
google_color_url = "0099CC";
google_ui_features = "rc:6";
HTML closing comment tag
</script>
<script src='http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js' type='text/javascript'>
</script></td></tr></table>


Preview and if satisfied, click "Save template"

Removing the comment tags <!-- and //-->

Another way is to remove the comment tags completely, which was the method I used for Internet Tips and Tricks. In this case, from the code

#main { float: left; width: 440px; margin: 5px; padding: 0px 5px 0px 0px;

this shows the width of the main column is only 440 pixels wide. So this time I chose the 250x250 Square format. The method is exactly the same as above, but instead of replacing Replace <!-- with and //--> with HTML closing comment tag, I just removed the comment tags completely, so that what I have is as shown below (with the <div class='post-header-line-1'/> to emphasise where the script should be placed):

<div class='post-header-line-1'/>

<table align='left'><tr><td><script type='text/javascript'>
google_ad_client = "pub-94081704638";
google_ad_width = 250;
google_ad_height = 250;
google_ad_format = "250x250_as";
google_ad_type = "text_image";
google_ad_channel = "";
google_color_border = "FFFFFF";
google_color_bg = "FFFFFF";
google_color_link = "5588AA";
google_color_text = "000000";
google_color_url = "0099CC";
google_ui_features = "rc:6";

</script>
<script src='http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js' type='text/javascript'>
</script>
</td></tr></table>


As usual, preview, and if satisfied, click "Save template".

Note: AdSense only allow 3 AdSense for Content units per page. So if you incorporate the unit into the post, theoretically, you will have one AdSense units in each post. So if you have the default 7 posts for the main page, you will have 7 AdSense units in each posts plus any other Ad units in the sidebar/s and/or footer and/or Header. AdSense suppresses any excess units so that only the first 3 units (which 3 depends on your template) are displayed. For most of my blogs, only the first 3 units in the first 3 posts will get displayed and if I have skyscraper unit in my sidebar and leaderboard unit in the footer, these plus the ad units in the rest of the posts will be suppressed. It is only when you are in an individual post page (permalink) where there is only one post that the skyscraper unit in the sidebar and the leaderboard unit in the footer plus that one unit in the post get displayed. I have tried this once for one blog and asked AdSense Support if it is OK and their response was that it is OK for THAT blog. They left the question about applying the same thing to other blogs hanging, so one doesn't know if we have to ask each time we apply the same thing to other blogs.

If you want to be safe, you may want to set the main page to display less posts in the main page, etc., or write to AdSense Support for clarifications.

Acknowledgement: The idea of using <table> was obtained from Wrap text around Google AdSense but was modified and an alternative way was presented. Further, she used an image to display the HTML which means you can't copy the HTML direct from the site. I use special codes to display the HTML characters so that you can copy the HTML direct from this site to use for your hack.

Any problems, please comment in the post. One reader has complained about confusing l (L) with 1 (one). This has been clarified with a note right at the top of the post. He also commented on some problems with the table tags. I have retested the method described here in Generating Revenue from your Website, and for the table tags, I just use copy-paste from the script in the scroll box above. The method worked perfectly, so there is NO PROBLEM with the table tags.

63 comments:

  1. Spot on excellent tip, will link to it as well, thank you very much!!!

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  2. Hi Big Cajun Man,

    Thanks for the compliments. Hope you don't just link it. Hope you will Digg it as well. There is a Digg button for you to easily do that.

    Peter (Blog*Star 2006 and 2007)
    Generating Revenue from your Website

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  3. hi peter,

    Nice trick, I tried 1 week before , to do this but i cannot,one of a blogger explained in his blog. here is that link
    http://tips-for-new-bloggers.blogspot.com/2007/05/adsense-code-in-blogger-post-body.html

    But i got failure, i think your one explains more than his post. i will try again.

    well,thanks for your comment in one of my blog mediahut. i asked you about auction ads, but that is not earn even 3$ for 1 month, but more than 1300 click has gone through my blog. then i removed all campaigns.

    i want your advise, pls help.

    Thank you.
    Ravi
    http://systemhelp4u.blogspot.com/

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  4. Thanks peter , this post is great for me .i am new adsence user.
    How many adsence can post in one blog ? I have used three type of Google schem (adsence cotent, referer and search). problem is when i try to post adsence content in my every post ,ads no appear . is this my Blog
    ( http://mydzi.blog spot.com ) problem or i can not have more then three adsence in one blog?
    thanks in advance

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  5. Hi DZI BEADS,

    I just updated the post. Read the last part and see if it answer your question. If not, just comment again.

    Peter (Blog*Star 2006 and 2007)
    Generating Revenue from your Website

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  6. Hi Ravi,

    I have not receive any payment from AuctionAds, have not been very active in placing their ads and also have not log in and check my AuctionAds account, so I really don't know how well I am doing. I have got much better success with Text Link Ads. See Earn with Text Link Ads and Earn with Text Link Ads Part 2. As you can see from the 2 posts above I already got 2 payments although, just like AmaSense Ads, I didn't do very much.

    Peter (Blog*Star 2006 and 2007)
    Earning Online

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  7. Hi Peter ,
    Thanks Very much .your updated post help me a lot and it's made me clear about adsence.
    i have use adsence to mine but i have used "Wide Skyscraper " vertical one.
    Thanks peter chan

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  8. Could you come to www.thepensblog.com and show me how to move the link to comment to the end of the post, rather than under the post's title? Thank you, your site is awesome.

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  9. Hi Chris,

    I checked your blog and don't see the problem you mentioned. For example in this post technical-issues, the link to the comments

    Posted by Staff at 1:04 PM
    23 comments

    is at the bottom of the post.

    Peter (Blog*Star 2006 and 2007)
    Earning Online

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  10. Hi Chris,

    I am afraid I am not 100% sure what you are referring to. In this post
    technical-issues, the links to see or post a comment I saw already at the bottom of the post.

    Posted by Staff at 1:04 PM
    23 comments

    Peter (Blog*Star 2006 and 2007)
    Generating Revenue from your Website

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  11. Peter,

    I was actually able to figure it out soon after I left my comment on your site. Thank you very much for following up with me though. I found your site today, and already it has helped me out so much. Thanks again.

    Chris

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  12. Thanks to "Kay's Thinking Cap" for providing this link. Your blog and info looks like it will be a great help to me.

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  13. Hi Peter,

    I subscribed to adsense too, but I make like 20 or 30 cent per day, if I am lucky. I guess with the time I will increase that.
    Can you give us an idea of how much you make through your blogs monthly? If you want :)

    thanks,

    Gabriele

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  14. Hi Gabriel,

    When I first started, I didn't put much effort in and I was hardly earning except for 1 exceptional click which paid me some $30 (never happen again). Now I can only say I am getting monthly checks from Google plus earning from other sources and getting successes like

    Earn with Text Link Ads

    Earn with Text Link Ads Part 2

    AmaSenseAds sent me a payment

    Why don't you give them a try?

    Peter (Blog*Star 2006 and 2007)
    Testing Blogger Beta (now New Blogger)

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  15. Hi , can you help me how to manage this, my pic is not display entirely because I try to add adsense in my post....

    you can check it here

    http://theautoworld.blogspot.com/2007/06/brabus-high-end-tuning-and-lifestyle.html

    thank you

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  16. Hi JDM_Car,

    I checked your site with IE7 and Firefox 2.0 and I see 5 photos in that post. The only possible problem may be the third one (Brabus) which is not centered. Is that what the post is supposed to display - 5 photos?

    If the third photo had been uploaded via the photo upload icon in Blogger post editor, perhaps you can try to delete that photo and upload it again.

    Peter (Blog*Star 2006 and 2007)
    Blogger Tips and Tips got listed in DMOZ, the most important directory and the most difficult to get listed in, plus link to site with tips on how to get listed in DMOZ

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  17. ok problem solve, but I'm set the adsense ad to float , I put the line break after the adsense script.
    In fact I want it float like yours , float left and text paragraph on right but when it comes to picture it will display half , how to make it auto to the bottom of adsense ad if the pic + adsense exceeding 550 px;

    psssst: hope you understand the above story

    regards

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  18. Nice trick ..
    was looking for it ..
    --------
    Tech Check ..
    http://cooltechcheck.blogspot.com

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  19. Hi Peter,

    I have tried both tricks to place adsense ads in post but I still have problem with the coloring scheme. The wrapped ad has different color scheme and got black background. Also I find that when I just put adsense code without any alteration the result is actually the same.

    My posting for the test is here:
    Post

    Do you have any comments on this?

    Thank you for your advice

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  20. Hi Vina,

    I don't see any ads within the post, only between post. Maybe you used Adsense between posts and chose "blend" for the color scheme.

    For ads within the post, you will have to generate script direct from AdSense and use the instructions for Blending colors of ads to colors of site.

    Peter (Blog*Star)
    Earning Online

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  21. Hi Peter,

    I used Adsense inside my posting (generated direct from Adsense), it should be shown after the phrase,
    "Types of exercise. Basically you can pick any exercise or sport that you can enjoy. Basically there are three groups of sport: racing, opponent and achievement."

    before the phrase
    "Some like game exercise like tennis, basket ball or soccer, while others like more basic exercise like dancing, jogging and walking. The cardinal rule is always to start slowly and increases gradually for any type of exercise you choose."

    If you can see it. The color scheme is altered or different from the Adsense on my right sidebar.

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  22. Hi Vina,

    I see a Google ad unit at the top of your post. I know how to do that - AdSense ads or searchbox, etc. at top of main column

    But the ad unit before (not after) "Some like game exercise like tennis, basket ball or soccer, while others like more basic exercise like dancing, jogging and walking. The cardinal rule is always to start slowly and increases gradually for any type of exercise you choose." don't look like a Google ad unit because the "Ads by Google" is missing. If you really got it direct from AdSense, I would suggest you contact AdSense support to find out what is happening.

    Anyway, will be interested from where (it can't be Google AdSense) and how you put it in the middle of the post.

    Peter (Blog*Star)
    Testing Blogger Beta (now New Blogger)

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  23. I got the script from Google adsense, btw I sent the verbatim copy of the script inside that post to your email bloggerfordummies@gmail.com.

    I have experimented with it, including changing and omitting the starter and end script signs . The result is not like what I expected.

    So, what I did was just inserting the script in my posting.

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  24. Hi Dr. Vina,

    I got your email and did some testing. Old classic Blogger will not accept Javascript in the post, but this time when I did the test, to my utter surprise, it published OK. However, the ad is not displayed. You can check the result of the test at Test AdSense ads in middle of post.

    I also tried deleting <!-- and //--> from the script and it still wouldn't display. I tried altering the script according to other methods described in this post (within the post editor, not in the template) Incorporate AdSense ads within New Blogger post and Incorporate AdSense ads within New Blogger post and wrap text around it, also without luck. So I am extremely puzzled how you got an ad unit displayed, and not only that, minus the compulsory "Ads by Google".

    Peter (Blog*Star)
    Testing Blogger Beta (now New Blogger)

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  25. Posted to Peter Chen's Blog at

    https://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogID=26880688&postID=5541655529314267915

    I Figured It Out

    Peter, I found there is a missing important piece of code in the how-to and some other details for those using blogspot. So I will clarify this for how I got it to work in blogspot. I found this after a couple hours trying to make this work.

    Got this when looking at the code from the orig site with this info, at

    http://betabloggersresources.blogspot.com/2007/05/wrap-text-around-googles-adsense.html

    Missing pieces/confusion clearup...

    the < middle character is an L not a one as some may think. Also you had three dashes --- and it should be two --

    Finally, you were missing the closer after /script

    which should be

    /td /tr /table

    remember use < and > before/between each of these above...I couldn't here since it considered it a tag in the comment...

    Hope this saves others troubles I had!

    Thank you,

    - Michael Erik, MBA
    Quality Blog Critic
    http://www.qualityblogger.com

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  26. Thank you for posting this, peter. I just got started, and I was wondering how the heck you wrap the posts around the rectangle ad. This post solved that problem. Please let me know how I can return the favor. I will Digg it and I will also put the thumbs up on stumbleupon

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  27. Hi Micheal,

    Thanks for alerting me to the possible confusion. There is nothing wrong with this post except I just mentioned to add the table tags before the AdSense script but forgot to mention that you also have to add the closing table tag after the script. However, those who look and scroll down the final script in the scroll box will see the closing table tags and if they copy-paste from the script, they should have no problem. I retested the instruction in Generating Revenue from your Website and use copy-paste for the table tags and there were no problem, meaning there is nothing wrong with the table tags given in the post.

    A note has been added to alert readers of this possible confusion and I have added "to the end of the script" for the table tags.

    Peter (Blog*Star)
    Earning Online

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  28. Hi Justin,

    "Thank you for posting this, peter. I just got started, and I was wondering how the heck you wrap the posts around the rectangle ad. This post solved that problem. Please let me know how I can return the favor. I will Digg it and I will also put the thumbs up on stumbleupon"

    Glad this post helped you. Regarding the second, how about this (in my signature line):

    Peter (Blog*Star)
    How you can help Blogger Tips and Tricks
    (no one should feel obligated. Everthing completely voluntary)

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  29. HI peter,
    your blog is a blessing for bloggers. I am facing probs in putting adsense within every post. i cant find div class='post-header-line-1'/
    in the my template rounders2.
    plz help.
    www.usmlerockers.blogspot.com

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  30. Hi Peter, is there a way to wrap the text for an rectangle ad at the end of the post? I tried to put your code after the
    div class='post-body entry-content'
    data:post.body
    of the template, but the text doesn't wrap

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  31. Hi JL,

    I did try playing around to see if I could do it but so far no success. Perhaps later if I have the time I will try again.

    Peter (Blog*Star)
    Testing Blogger Beta (now New Blogger)

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  32. Mr.peter
    Thanks for ur post. Which was really awesome.when i tryed this trick it worked.But now it is not working .I changed my template.I think that is reason.Please suggest me code for this blog...when i keeping this code float right or center , it is coming only in left......what 2 do.......myblog
    http://piratedinfo.blogspot.com

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  33. Hi N.Satyanarayanaraju,

    Sorry for approving your comment late. I was hoping that I will be able to do some work so you can get some reasonable reply. Unfortunately, your problem seem a bit difficult and may take me quite to bit of work to look into, and the luxury of time I do not have. For example, see
    VK Lingam Tape: Former Lord President Tun Slleh Abas to speak>
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    are among other things I need to do.

    Peter Blog*Star
    Blogger for Dummies

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  34. Hi Peter, I was wondering if you know a way to show in the main blog page a part of the post(first paragraphs) as an excerpt with a link to the full article, as is can be done in Wordpress...

    Thanks in advance

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  35. Thanks Peter!, that is exactly what I'am looking for

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  36. hey nice work dude....can i do this in mine blog just check Fun Rockerz

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  37. Nice Trick, man great to embed the adsense ads in between the posts, but i am getting very weird thing happening inside my template, while giving ads from blogger by adding page element, i actually save as some link ads unit but i am getting other big units which is actually making my designs looking horrible & indirectly my money coming.

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  38. I haven't tried contacting AdSense for a very long time, so hopefully, this (How to contact AdSense support still works. Do let us know how you fare.

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  39. Hi Peter,
    Thanks for a great post, I am trying adding AdSense to my blog for a long time.
    Maybe you can help, I am using the classic template and I added the code, you can see it here:
    http://www.learn2earn2.com/businessblog

    but I cant wrap the text around it. When I change the tags to text, the code disappear.
    Do I need to add something to my CSS

    Thanks

    Tanny

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  40. I see you are using the old classic Blogger template. This post was written for the new Blogger xml template. Perhaps that is the reason you are not getting what you want to do.

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  41. I go an error, as listed below, when I tried to do your trick


    We're sorry, but we were unable to complete your request.

    When reporting this error to Blogger Support or on the Blogger Help Group, please:

    * Describe what you were doing when you got this error.
    * Provide the following error code and additional information.

    bX-asxx9q

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  42. this was a solution to one of my greatest blogging challenges..thnks!

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  43. Hi Peter, this time when I tried this on my makan2food somehow the blog entry got pushed down instead of wrapping around it? Do check it out.

    thanks

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  44. This is an old post and I can't remember if it was written for the old classic Blogger template or New Blogger xml template. Got to read the post again and test.

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  45. Peter God bless you for this tip I did and after youve done it the first time its so so so so easy.

    Tahnsk a lot


    The only question I have is what if you want to put it in a different position from the starting paragraph.

    For instance in your site

    http://fish-and-fishing.blogspot.com/

    What if you wanted to put the adsense in the 4 the paragraph about
    ''Trout are attracted to certain types of bait and lures''.

    How do you do that.



    Also I have an update for people using this tip its quicker to press ctrl+f key on your computer to find the codes you are looking for and as peter has already stated firefox is the better tool for this.

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  46. Hi peter have you found a way yet on how to put the adsense in other parts of your post e.g in other paragraphs of the post.

    Ive being searching aswell but I can't seem to find a way yet.

    Ive also found so many sites that talk bout the wrap around tip you have but don't explain it well so ive tried referring them to ur site cos its so much more simpler.

    Anyways let please let me know when you do my site clicks have already improved just from that tip and im sure if I can find how to pu the adsense in a few more interesting paragraphs it will help my site a lot.

    Thanks again Peter

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  47. I found a site that seems good on the topic but it appears there are only 3 places where you can place google adsesne in the post

    1.Next to the Post Floating to Left or Right

    2.After Post Title Before Post Contents (apparently this can be bad if you make it seem like the adsense ad is the actual contnet of your heading nad there is no other content under the heading)

    3.After Post Content Before Footer Credits

    Please tell me this are not the only places.

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  48. I was looking for this tips and at last found here.Thanks Peter Chen.

    One question : while placing adsense below post titles - padding,border should be used or not ?

    cnetworld.blogspot.com

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  49. I did not add any padding. You can go check yourself at Fish and fishing and Internet tips and tricks to see if the appearance is acceptable.

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  50. very very amazing trick. I am in searching for many days for such trick. Thanks
    http://glowzed.blogspot.com

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  51. Hi peter thanks for such an informative post. But I am new to blogger. I still have the problem. Actually I want to show my adds in the post as a picture but the problem is that I am unable to wrap text in front of it. Means when I paste the code in to my post body at the top of the body it will display the add first and then starts the body from where the body ends. This is the whole problem I will wait for your response.
    Thanks

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  52. dear .. can u tell me that if there the code is changed then can google adsense can't be blocked

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  53. Sorry don't understand your question

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  54. Nice trick explained peter i'm a big fan of your blog.
    http://www.xclusiveactress.blogspot.com

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  55. my problem is, i am using adsense ads below post title but when i write text its wrap the adsense box from right side.
    i want to start my post text from below adsense ads
    how can i do it?
    please help me sir
    thank you

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  56. hello, speaking og Adsense may I know how to be approve in Adsense? Because when I applied to the adsense using my blogspot, Google Adsense says that They disapprove it, the reason is this: (I hope you help me regarding this problem , I tried so many solutions but it didn't help it)

    Domain ownership: To complete our review, we need to confirm your
    ownership of the site you've submitted. Please follow the steps below:
    - Access the source code of your website.
    - Create a separate page on the site and paste "This post confirms my
    ownership of the site and that this site adheres to Google AdSense
    program policies and Terms and Conditions: ca-pub-"
    - Resubmit the application as described below after replacing the
    current URL in the 'Website URL' field with the URL of the page where
    you have pasted the snippet.

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  57. The mentioned source code but below that they said URL of the page where you have pasted the text "This post confirms my
    ownership of the site and that this site adheres to Google AdSense
    program policies and Terms and Conditions: ca-pub-"

    So I assume they are asking you to put the above text in a Static page

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  58. thanks for the reply, I did that already(making another page with That "This post confirms my
    ownership of the site and that this site adheres to Google AdSense
    program policies and Terms and Conditions: ca-pub-") but still they disapprove my application because of Domain issue, I don't know if I understand it right or do I have to create ownership.html in notepad then upload it? I don't know I am so confused.

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  59. thanks for the reply, I did that already(making another page with That "This post confirms my
    ownership of the site and that this site adheres to Google AdSense
    program policies and Terms and Conditions: ca-pub-") but still they disapprove my application because of Domain issue, I don't know if I understand it right or do I have to create ownership.html in notepad then upload it? I don't know I am so confused.

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  60. I have read someone saying that they are not accepting subdomain like abd.blogspot.com but I doubt it as they mentioned about proof of ownership. I also wondered if they want you to add a meta tag to your template to proof ownership, something like what is described in Adding Google sitemap to your blog but again I am doubtful as they have not requested for it other than mentioning proof of ownership. In the end, better to say I don't know but better for you to ask at the Adsense help forum and come back with feedback if you get a response.

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  61. One last word. Google likes good content and if you have good content they are likely to approve you.

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  62. Thank you so much Mr.Peter for your reply and patience. I really appreciate it, I'll be back here to let you know if I am approved or disapproved by the google adsense. And whatever happens for my application once I completed the requirements i'll inform you. Thank you again, again I really appreciate your kindness to me.

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