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Adsense in BlogSpot/ Blogger

You might have been wondering if you can set up Adsense in Blogspot or Blogger and show up Google ads to monetize your Blogspot websites to increase revenue. 'Yes', you can. With simple steps and with an effort of some minutes, you can set up Google Adsense ads in your Blogspot sub-domains/ websites.

Before I tell you how to set up Adsense in Blogspot, allow me to tell me a few things regarding Google Adsense.

This article also answers:
How to add AdSense code to blogger?
AdSense approval time.
How to approve Adsense account with blogger?
Adsense approval tricks.

Google Adsense:

Google Adsense is the advertising program by Google where publishers or website owners, YouTube creators can actually put ad code directly on their website and Google Adsense will fill that ad space. Try to pick out the right ads for your audience. 

In Google Adsense, you create an account by signing up with your Gmail account and once you're confirmed, all you do is add the advertising code directly to your website or you use it on your YouTube videos and you're able to monetize your content. I have also discussed Google Adsense in detail in my previous article. (The Ultimate Guide for Google Adsense)

When people go to your website or watch your videos on Youtube, you're actually able to make money from the people that are visiting and clicking the Ads on your website. You don't have to worry about any of the heavy liftings in terms of selling ad space or anything like that. 

Google Adsense does all the heavy lifting for you. So, website owners or YouTube creators should definitely be using Google Adsense to lift up the revenue. Now, let's get ahead with our main article about Adsense in Blogspot.

Google Adsense requirements: (How to approve Adsense account with blogger)

In order to quickly verify your Blogspot website for the Adsense program, there are some necessary requirements that your site must fulfill. Before you apply for Adsense in Blogspot, you must practice the following requirements:

a. Create an about us page, a contact page and Privacy Policy page necessarily. By having these pages on your Blogspot website, Google finds that you are promoting the business of trust and loyalty with your visitors.

b. Most of the rejections from Google Adsense are due to inappropriate and insufficient contents on your website. So, to avoid such rejection, you need to have at least 25 to 30 posts on your site and those posts must contain contents that comply with Google's terms and conditions. Generally, websites with illegal and adult contents are rejected.

c. Your Blogspot blog should not be poorly designed. However, don't use difficult layouts to make your blog look attractive as they contain heavy script and makes your site slower. Slower sites are not preferred by visitors and Google.

d. Your Blogspot site must have analytical contents that are useful to your readers. Moreover, there must be traffic to your website. A blog with less organic traffic and duplicate contents are rejected by Adsense. Your blog should not contain any plagiarized articles or those articles that are machine generated or generated by spinning.

e. Your site should contain high-quality contents. There should be no illegal contents like pornographic articles or media, illegal drugs articles, hacking tutorials or anything like that. 

Google Adsense in Blogspot or Blogger:

Anyone with a Blogspot subdomain on Blogger platform can create an Adsense account and start showing up ads on their Blogspot blogs/ websites to level up their revenue. If you are new to Blogspot and need help setting up your free Blogspot website, you can refer my article about 'Creating a website on Blogspot.' In order to start showing up Adsense ads on Blogspot websites, there are a few criteria that you must consider:


Showing Ads using Adsense in Blogspot:

Go to your Google Adsense dashboard and from the left sidebar, click on 'Ads'. Then select 'Ad Units'. On the next screen of Ads section, Click on 'New Ad unit'.
adsense-in-blogspot

Then select the type of ad you want to show on your blog. I recommend you to use text and display Ads. This type of ad flows with your content because Blogspot is an article based blogging platform. Text and display ads show up as a part of your article rather than ads. So, your audience finds it easier to read your content and if they find the ad relevant, they might click on the ad. Another advantage of using this type of Ad in Blogspot is that it fits within your post. 
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Select it and give it a name so that you can understand the overview later for separate ad units' performance in the Adsense dashboard. Keep the layout responsive and change the color of the Adsense ad unit according to the theme color of your Blogspot website/ blog. Then select get 'Ad code.'

You will get the following type of code with your own Publisher Id:

<script async src="//pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js"></script>
<!-- first text ad -->
<ins class="adsbygoogle"
     style="display:block"
     data-ad-client="ca-pub-12345678901234"
     data-ad-slot="2019123456"
     data-ad-format="auto"
     data-full-width-responsive="true"></ins>
<script>
(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});
</script>

Remember, every Google Adsense account has its own publisher Id. Don't copy the same code. It is just an example of how the code looks like.

Now there are two options for you to use that code:

1. Use it in the sidebar, header or footer section as a widget:

If you want to show the ads on your blog sidebar or header or footer section, then go to your blogger dashboard. Click on 'Layout' and then click 'Add a widget' from the layout.
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Then select 'HTML/ Javascript widget". I don't recommend you to use the 'Adsense widget'. It won't work properly. In any case, if you want to add any script, then it is better to use the "HTML/ Javascript" widget.
In the widget, you need to paste the above code that you got from your Adsense account. Check the 'Show javascript widget', Give your ad a name. It is okay if you don't give a name. Ads without a name on the above perform better. Paste the code in the open area and click 'Save' to save your widget.
Then click on 'Save arrangements' to save your layout. Repeat the same to ad more ads in your blog sidebar or anywhere in the widget area. If you need to add the Adsense code in some other place like header or footer, then just drag the widget to your desired location. You can add as many ads, but Google allows only 4 to 5 ads to show. So, the other ads are hidden automatically. It is recommended to use only 3 to 4 ads on a page.

However, ads in the widget area are less likely to be clicked. So, it is better to show the ads on your article area. Ads should be shown in such a way that they are the part of the contents. Who likes to click on ads while knowing they are clicking on ads? I never do.

2. Use it inside the article/ Blog post:

In order to use it inside the blog post, you need to work manually for each an every post. However, some Blogspot themes which are ads friendly have an option to set the code that automatically shows inside an article. But such themes show the ads in a static area. So, manually you can add the code inside your every article. 

Go to your Blogspot blogger dashboard and click on create a new post. Give your article a title and start typing in your post in the compose mode. After a paragraph, toggle the HTML mode in your post area and paste the code below.
Add-adsense-code
After you have pasted the code, shift to the compose mode and write some more paragraphs or sentences. Again toggle the HTML mode and paste Adsense code. 

Repeat this until you add 4 Adsense codes in your Blog post. Maintain the ads according to your content length. Don't stuff the codes after too little content length. Make your readers feel that you are not promoting ads but you are focusing on content and Ads are only a less important part to keep up your site.

Auto Adsense in Blogspot:

This is the best option to use in Blogspot blogs. You don't need to manually keep on adding Adsense codes in your Blogspot widgets or article. You only need to set it up once and you can focus on your article more. 

This feature of Google AdSense is best for Blogspot users as it is more difficult to set ads on Blogspot sites than in WordPress sites. To use auto ads, in your Google Adsense dashboard, click on 'Ads' and then on 'Auto ads'. You will get a script to paste it on your Blogspot site's back end.

Copy the script and head over to your Blogspot dashboard. Click on 'Themes > Edit HTML'. Find the closing head tag on your theme HTML. To find it, press Control + F and in the find box, type in </head> and hit enter. Just above that tag, paste the script and click 'save theme'.

Read: How to integrate Google Adsense with a WordPress theme.

That's it. You have successfully set up auto ads for Blogspot and now you need to wait for some hour to let Google bots crawl in and find the script in your site. Your blog will most probably start showing up ads after 24 hours of setting up auto ads. 

Ads are now shown automatically in different places with Google's ads intelligence. You can also simultaneously use manual and auto ads at the same time to increase your ads revenue. But I prefer using only auto ads.

So, with using Adsense in Blogspot, you will get a chance to incline your revenue and that way, you will be motivated to blogging. If you can do a small favor by sharing this article, I will be motivated to creating more articles that are useful for bloggers. Let us motivate each other and increase the power of blogging.

Any questions? Please leave a comment below. Let me assist you in setting up Adsense things for you.

Thanks for reading. Happy blogging!

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