How to Place Google Adsense Ads Between Blog Posts and Comments With Simple Steps

It is very important to find out optimum positions for your ads to maximize your Adsense earning. You can get highest CTR (Click Through Rate) with proper ad placements. In my recent post, I have shown how to place Google Adsense ads below blogger header. That is a most preferred ad placement. Another position that can generate highest clicks is between posts and comments. Often, visitors like to read comments after reading a post so it would be an opportunity for you to place your ads between your blog posts and comments to enhance your earning. Most preferred ad sizes for this position are 300*250, 336*280, 468*60, moreover, you can also use link ads here.

To get the highest revenue from your Adsenses ads it is very crucial to increase your CTR. You can do that by increasing the visibility of your ads, and ads between the blog posts and comments would increase your CTR. To implement your Adsense ad unit code between blog posts and comments follow the steps given below:
Adsense between posts and comments

Read Also: 5 Best Ad Placements to Increase Your Blog Revenue

 Step 1: Go to your blogger dashboard and then go to template.

Step 2: Click on edit.

Step 3: Press Ctrl+F and find below code in your blogger template (See Screenshot):

<b:include data=’post’ name=’post’/>
adsense between
Step 4: Paste this code just below the above code (In step 3)
<div align=”center”>
Paste Your Adsense Code Here
Step 5: Now Paste your Adsense ad unit code at the place of Paste Your Adsense Code Here.

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Step 6: We have almost done. To enable Adsense ads between posts and comments you have to modify your Adsense code asynchronous part.

Your Adsense code looks like this when you copy it from your Adsense account:

<script async src=’//……>
Just modify asynchronous part of your adsense unit code as given below:
<script async=”true” src=’//……> <script>

Step 7: Now see preview of your blogger template and then save it.

Also Read: How to Show Google ads on mobile Blogger

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