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How To Add Google AdSense Page Level Ads To WordPress

If you gets the new Google AdSense page level ads optimization and you are on wordpress, you will definitely understand what I mean by adding the new AdSense page level ads to your wordpress blog.

Google rolled out the new page-level ads not quiet long officially for all qualified blogs/website to help increase their earning without affecting the normal numbers of AdSense to be displayed per page on their website. The AdSense page level ads only display on mobile, mostly on optimized Smartphone.

There are two types of the new Google page-level ads and you can either choose one or go for the two but the right one would be displayed accordingly and it’s automated to fits into the device screen without overlapping the content.

With the new page-level ads, users can easily slide your content through, and or close the ads if they don’t want to interfere with it. But most importantly, the new AdSense page level ads is implemented by Google to help increase your earning.

For those that have not seen the optimization, don’t bother. All you need to do is work on your blog traffic and it will soon get it one of this days.

You may want to ask whether there is any benefit associated with the new page level ads. Below are the benefits of the new Google update.

Benenfit Of Google AdSense Page Level Ads

If you are wondering about what you can benefit from the new AdSense development and you are not so sure, below are the slated associated benefit according to Google itself.

Optimized ads, only shown when they’re likely to perform well and provide a good user experience for your users.
Simple set-up which only requires you to place the Page-level ad code once on each page you’d like the ads shown.
Easy management allowing you to choose whether or not to show or change the settings of these ads in your AdSense account without having to change the code on your site.
An additional ad on your site that doesn’t count towards your AdSense per page ad limit.
The latest Page-level ad formats that will always be available for you to enable in the future.;

The new Google AdSense page-level ads is divided into which are:

1. Anchor/Overlay: Anchor/overlay ads are mobile ads that stick to the edge of the user’s screen and are easily dismissible.

Some important things to know about anchor/overlay ads:

  • They’re shown by AdSense at optimal times to help increase your revenue and provide a good user experience.
  • They don’t count towards your three ads per page limit.
  • They only serve on mobile-optimized webpages on high-end mobile devices.

2. Vignette ads: Vignette ads are mobile full-screen ads that appear between page loads on your site and can be skipped by users at any time.

Some important things to know about vignette ads:

  • They’re shown by AdSense at optimal times to help increase your revenue and provide a good user experience.
  • They’re displayed when the user leaves a page, rather than when they arrive on one, so the user doesn’t have to wait for them to load.
  • They’re limited in number per user to maintain a good user experience.
  • They don’t count towards your three ads per page limit.
  • They only serve on mobile-optimized webpages on high-end mobile devices.

How To Add Google AdSense Page Level Ads To WordPress Blog (Step1)

Below is a step by step procedure you need to follow to simply add the page-level ads to your wordpress blog with in 5 minutes.

1. Login to your Google AdSense dashboard and my ads button

2. To the left of the page, click on page level ads

3. Click on the second option and enable both Anchor/Overlay and Vignette ads.

4. Click on get code below the page and keep it somewhere

AdSense page level ads

Step 2:

  1. Login to your WordPress and select “Appearance” from the left menu

2. Click on editor from the drop down-menu

3. To the right of the “Editor” page, located your theme “header function” and click on it

4. With in the code, scroll a bit downward and located the head tag and place your code before the closing </head> tag and the save change.

Google AdSense page level ads

How To Check Whether The Ads Has Been Implemented Properly On Your Site/Blog

The added code can be acting funny sometimes. When you added it the way it is stated here, it is still not show there is a way you can confirm whether you have implemented it the right way or not.

1. Visit your blog on mobile yourself to see whether it has started working or contact a friend to help you out with it. Sometimes, it won’t show up and if it doesn’t, proceed to the next step.

Google AdSense page level ads

2. If after you have added the code to your blog, you still can’t see it as shown above, the visit “http://www.myblog.com/#googleads” and replace myblog with your blog url (http://www.thegeekiepedia.com/#googleads) and you will be able to find out whether your new Google AdSense page-level ads is running fine or not.

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