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How to Add Adsense Ads In the Middle or Anywhere inside Blogger Posts

In a earlier submit, we noticed how and the place we are able to place Adsense advertisements on our weblog; nevertheless, these strategies would solely work after we place the advertisements on predetermined and glued places. For posts space, the most typical locations are beneath the title, at the starting of the submit or at the finish of it.

adsense placement

But what if we wish to show an AdSense advert in the center of a submit?

We can manipulate the location of the advertisements to be displayed by including a script inside the template and utilizing a tag inside our submit to the place we wish the AdSense advert to seem. Once added, we are able to place the advertisements anyplace, be it between paragraphs or in the center of the content material and so on.

Related: Insert AdSense inside posts after the first paragraph

Manually inserting AdSense advertisements in the center of posts in Blogger is fairly straightforward, simply comply with these steps beneath:

Adding Adsense Ads In the Middle or Anywhere inside Blogger Posts

Before continuing, it is strongly recommended to backup your template: go to "Template" and click on on the "Backup/restore" button to save a duplicate in your laborious drive.

Adding the script

Step 1. First factor we'd like to do is to parse the AdSense code and convert it to plain text. Then go to "Template", click on on the "Edit HTML" button and click on anyplace inside the code space to search utilizing CTRL + F keys for this tag:

<knowledge:submit.physique/>

Note: you might discover it a number of instances, however we'd like to cease at the second one. Or, if you cannot see any adjustments, take a look at the third one.

Step 2. Replace with this code:

<div expr:id='"adsmiddle1" + knowledge:submit.id'></div>
<b:if cond='knowledge:weblog.pageType == "item"'>
<b:if cond='knowledge:weblog.pageType != &quot;static_page&quot;'>
<div type="clear:both; margin:10px 0">
<!-- Add right here the code of your advert -->
</div>
</b:if>
</b:if>
<div expr:id='"adsmiddle2" + knowledge:submit.id'>
<knowledge:submit.physique/>
</div>
<script sort="text/javascript">
var obj0=doc.getElementById("adsmiddle1<data:post.id/>");
var obj1=doc.getElementById("adsmiddle2<data:post.id/>");
var s=obj1.innerHTML;
var r=s.search(/x3C!-- adsense --x3E/igm);
if(r>0) {obj0.innerHTML=s.substr(0,r);obj1.innerHTML=s.substr(r+16);}
</script>

Step 3. Add the transformed Adsense code on the place you see the <!-- Add right here the code of your advert --> annotation, then save the adjustments by clicking on the "Save template" button.

Note: For centering the advertisements, add the <middle></middle> tags earlier than and after the AdSense code, like this:

<div type="clear:both; margin:10px 0">
<middle>
<!-- Add right here the code of your advert -->
</middle>
</div>

Adding the AdSense annotation to show the advert

Step 4. When you create a New Post, add this annotation inside the "HTML" part to the place you need the Google AdSense advertisements to seem:

<!-- adsense -->

For instance:

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<!-- adsense -->This is a demo text. This is a demo text. This is a demo text. This is a demo text. This is a demo text. This is a demo text. This is a demo text. This is a demo text. This is a demo text. This is a demo text.

AdSense annotation in the center of the submit content material

Please observe that if you happen to do not add this annotation to specify the place to show the advert, then it's going to seem beneath the title by default.

So that is how we are able to add AdSense advertisements in the center or anyplace inside our Blogger posts. Don't fear about violating the Google's Terms of Service as a result of making use of this technique won't modify the advert' construction.