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What may be the possible reasons for Google AdSense ads not appearing at a blog?


Date: 19 May 2016   Posted By: Manoj Kumar Lamba     Group: Computers    Category: Blog and websites   

A few months before, I wrote a blog on bloggers.com, applied it for google ad sense and get approved. I have successfully configured these on my blog by clicking on Earnings, then selecting show ads on blog as yes, and then selecting the desired layout for the ads on my blog. But whenever I check my blog without logging with my google ID, no ads are shown on my blog. What may be the possible reason. My blog link is:
https://manojlamba07.blogspot.in/


Worried that Google AdSense ads are not appearing at your blog? Check out the possible reasons as elucidated in the responses below.


Author: Mahesh    23 May 2016      Member Level: Gold     Points : 4  (Rs 4)    Voting Score: 0

There are many reasons why Google ads don't appear. Here are some of the possible reasons that you could go through and see if that applies to you.

1. Low traffic. If google finds out there is low traffic on your blog then it may not show ads all the time. And if you are visiting the blog from same IP over and over then google will stop showing all the ads altogether. It doesn't matter whether you are logged in google or not.

2. Adblocker. Make sure you have adblocker disabled. Because if the adblocker is enabled then you can't see the ads at all. You can whitelist your own blog for adblocker.

3. Make sure your ad code is active. You can check that from your adsense account as well. And verifying if ads are running is possible by checking it from another IP or so.

4. Check if your adsense account is not disabled. If you clicked on your own ads or so then you may get your account banned. So better avoid the checking your ads all the time.

5. Upgrade ad code. If your ad code has upgrades message in the adsense then change the code. This applies for code which was generated before 2012 or earlier.

6. Make sure you have added the ad unit from blogger or HTML code into the blogger blog. Verify that code by checking your blog's source code. Right click on page and choose option source. It will show you the source code that you added for ads in blogger.

These are some of the common options that you can check before contacting google through forums. This should definitely help you to check if ads appear or have any issues.


Author: Pawan Kumar    24 May 2016      Member Level: Silver     Points : 3  (Rs 3)    Voting Score: 0

There are many reasons for Google AdSense ads not appearing at your blog. Some of main reasons are You may still only be approved for Stage 1 of the approvals process. Check the approval email that you received from Adsense. If it says to place the code on your site, then you'd only be in the first stage of the approvals process. When
you place the ad code, an ad won't
show up. Not until they complete the second review. That can take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks after you put the code on your site. It is depending on your website's traffic. When they complete that part of the review, you'll receive another email that says whether your site is approved or not. Second Reason is your blog doesn't have enough text on for Google specialists to review. Third Reason is your Blog is poorly designed and is hard for the visitors to understand gets rejected by Google AdSense. Your AdSense code has not been properly implemented. Fourth Reason is ads will not begin showing until you complete the PIN Process. It can take up to 48 hours after entering your PIN/verifying your address before the ads display.
For more detail visit this web link http://www.techulator.com/resources/14080-AdSense-Ads-are-not-displayed-in-the-blog-how-to-solve.aspx


Author: Pawan Kumar    24 May 2016      Member Level: Silver     Points : 3  (Rs 3)    Voting Score: 0

There are many reasons for Google AdSense ads not appearing at your blog. Some of main reasons are You may still only be approved for Stage 1 of the approvals process. Check the approval email that you received from Adsense. If it says to place the code on your site, then you'd only be in the first stage of the approvals process. When
you place the ad code, an ad won't
show up. Not until they complete the second review. That can take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks after you put the code on your site. It is depending on your website's traffic. When they complete that part of the review, you'll receive another email that says whether your site is approved or not. Second Reason is your blog doesn't have enough text on for Google specialists to review. Third Reason is your Blog is poorly designed and is hard for the visitors to understand gets rejected by Google AdSense. Your AdSense code has not been properly implemented. Fourth Reason is ads will not begin showing until you complete the PIN Process. It can take up to 48 hours after entering your PIN/verifying your address before the ads display.
For more detail visit this web link http://www.techulator.com/resources/14080-AdSense-Ads-are-not-displayed-in-the-blog-how-to-solve.aspx


Author: saket kumar    26 May 2016      Member Level: Silver     Points : 1  (Rs 1)    Voting Score: 0

If ads are not showing on your site after you've added the AdSense code, make sure that the ad code is correctly implemented in your site. You can do this by viewing the source of your site from a browser and double-checking that the ad code looks exactly like the code we provide you in your account, and includes every line of the ad code.

saket singh
everyday learner


Author: arvind harti    27 May 2016      Member Level: Bronze     Points : 2  (Rs 2)    Voting Score: 0

Hi @Manoj Kumar Lamba

I have checked your site if u have resent applied for adsense account then your account fully not activated.

If you account is full activated you ads are display before then not now then there is only reason you have added more then 3 banner ads there must be only 3 banner and 3 link ads per page

I saw view-source your site there i see 6 code you have added in that mean you have added more then 3 banner ads code try to add only 1 ads to check your ads are displaying in your blog or not that may help you





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