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How to use AdSense Page-level ads on your Blogger website

Page-level ads were first rolled out back in October, 2015 for few locations, but now this feature has been rolled out for all webmasters and bloggers. You can earn more by using Page-level ads on your blogger website.
Things to know about Page-level ads - 

* only shown at optimal times to increase revenue and also give the viewer a good experience

* there are two types of Page-level  (1) anchor/overlay ads & (2) vignette ads

* it doesn't breach your 3 AdSense ads per page limit, will work perfectly with your existing ad units on the website

* these ads are only shown on mobile optimised websites

* ads are mobile responsive

* Page-level ad types

Anchor Ads
This type of ads are mobile responsive ads that stick to the bottom of user's screen and can easily be dismissed using the toggle down button at its top.

Vignette ads

This type of ads are full screen ads that cover the entire interface of the webpage that pop up between page loads on your blog. The user can either tap on the ad or close the add and continue to the webpage. Vignette ads are displayed when the user leaves a page, not when they arrive on one, so the user doesn't have to wait for them to load. Also, they are limited to number per user to maintain a good user experience.

How to set up Page-level ads on blogger

1. Firstly log in to your AdSense account

2. Click here

3. Then turn on both Anchor/Overlay ads and Vignette ads by simply clicking on the toggle buttons on the right side

4. Now click on "Get Code" button just below and a pop up appears just like below picture.

5. Next copy the code.

6. Then go to Blogger > Template > Edit HTML and search for </head>

7. Paste the copied code just above </head>

8. Note :- In your code -- Replace async src="  with  async=" src=">

(If you don't do the above step then blogger will give you this message 'Error parsing XML, line 1473, column 15: Attribute name "async" associated with an element type "script" must be followed by the ' = ' character.')

9. Now click on save template and you're good to go

Test Page-level ads on your site

On any smartphone open a browser (preferably Google Chrome) and type you website address followed by #googleads

for example go to -

If you run into some problem using this awesome feature from Google, just comment below and I'll be happy to help.

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