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Thursday, November 15, 2007

AdSense ads below post for old classic Blogger template

There are still bloggers who use the old classic Blogger template, some because they have too much customization and too attached to it, and some because they choose to use custom domain and host on their own. Got a guestion on how to add adsense text link ad in below some specific posts.

You cannot add AdSense ads only below the post you choose. There is a way to add ads below the post, but you cannot pick and choose. Blogger will choose for you.

REMINDER: This is worth repeating because it is important. Backup your template before you make any changes to it. Refer to Backup and edit old classic Blogger template

Here is an example of a blog with AdSense ads below the post: Test old classic Blogger template

Anyway, here is how to put ads below Blogger posts. Sign into blogger.com (Dashboard). If you are using the old classic template, you will see a link TEMPLATE in the section of that blog with the classic template. Click on that and you will be taken to the template editor. Look for this block of codes:

<div class="post-body">
<div>
<$BlogItemBody$>
</div>
</div>

Generate the script from your AdSense account and copy-paste below this block of script. Preview, and if satisfied, click "Save template".

If you have any difficulties in finding those codes, copy part of the codes, press CTRL+F, then paste them into the "Find" field in the task bar at the bottom of the page.

5 comments:

  1. can I get an adsense for a blog with in a month how many posts i have to post

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  2. I know of a new blogger who had only a few posts in a brand new blog who applied and got approved. However, that was almost 3 years ago. I have heard of others who applied and got rejected however, I do not know what kind of sites they submitted in their application. I do not know what to tell you.

    However, once you get your account, it does not matter how many posts you have to publish a month as long as you comply with their program policy

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  3. I am one of the blogger that still using the Adsense old classis template, for me the old one is still good!

    miracle2u

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  4. Hello I need your help to place my adsense link unit according to my choice. I want to put them at the right to my related posts links and these links are self added within post and I want to place add just right to these links. For your better understanding what I am saying I have upload a image file for you on photobucket and the url of file is provided below..
    http://i1220.photobucket.com/albums/dd457/ankitsingla48/adsense-help.jpg
    Please see this image and suggest me some tips or tricks to do so. I will be very thankful to you. Please reply soon.....

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  5. Looks like you want to add an adsense unit outside the overall blog content width for which there are no provision. Or perhaps you can change to template with 2 right sidebar and add the adsense link at the top of the second right sidebar.

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