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How to set Google Adsense Ad in the blogger post?

Date: 05 Apr 2016   Posted By: Hardik Joshi     Group: Science and Technology    Category: Technology   

How can I put Google Adsense Ad in between the text of blogger post? Kindly give the solution step by step. Is there any HTML code or any other method to do this task? If I need to add any CODE or Gadget kindly mentioned it or Relevant link for the same.

Don't know the method to place Adsense Ads in blogger? Know required steps from here.

Author: [Anonymous]    08 Apr 2016      Member Level: Diamond     Points : 4  (Rs 4)    Voting Score: 0

To set Adsense Ad in between the blogger post, follow the simple steps given.

1. Login and publish the post
2. Go to Edit the same post
3. Select the 'HTML' option beside 'Compose' one
4. Get the AdSense code from your account and insert the place you want it at 'HTML' box. Note, do not break other codes over there. You can try to insert the code in a right place where some code finish as </div>
5. Go back to 'Compose' and then click on 'Update' (above option). That's it, you are done.

P.S.: Still do not use more than three AdSense ads if your blog is new.

Author: Hardik Joshi    08 Apr 2016      Member Level: Silver     Points : 0    Voting Score: 0

Mr. Anonymous
Is there any solution so that once I copy and paste the code and it shows the ad in all the post?

Author: [Anonymous]    10 Apr 2016      Member Level: Diamond     Points : 1  (Rs 1)    Voting Score: 0

@Hardik, since it is not a default setting given by Blogger platform thus it is not possible to do so. You have to do it manually for each post and you can arrange it anywhere in between the post without violating AdSense policy. That's it.

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