How to Add AdSense Page Level Ads in Website or Blog Page-level ads is a family of ad formats that offer a new and innovative way to help you earn money from your mobile content. With Page-...
2018-07-31T07:46:33Z

How to Add AdSense Page Level Ads in Website or Blog

Page-level ads is a family of ad formats that offer a new and innovative way to help you earn money from your mobile content.

AdSense Page Level Ads

With Page-level ads, you place the same ad code once on each page that you want to show ads. They’re designed to show automatically at the right time and in the right format - potentially increasing your earnings without interfering with your users’ mobile experience.

The benefits of Page-level ads include:
  • Optimized ads that show when they’re likely to perform well and provide a good user experience.
  • One-time set-up that only requires you to place the Page-level ad code once on each page you’d like the ads shown.
  • Ability to adjust the settings in your account and to enable new ad formats without having to change the code on your site.
  • Additional ads on your site that don’t count towards your AdSense per page ad limit.

How to enable AdSense Page Level Ads (Anchor ads)?


Step 1: Log into your AdSense Account

Step 2: Navigate to My Ads -> Content -> Page- Level Ads (BETA) or Click on this link

Step 3: Activate the types of ads you would like to use.

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You need to enable Anchor & Vignetter ads by toggling the switch as shown in above image. You can have one or both of them enabled at the same time.

Step 4: Once you are done, scroll down and click the "Get Code" button.

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Step 5: Unlike other AdSense ad unit, here you need to get the code & place this ad code in the <head> tag (or at the top of the <body>) of the pages where you want to show the ads. (Similar to Google Analytics code).

The last step is testing the new ad types. As google states “AdSense only shows Page-level ads on your site at optimal times” you might not be able to see the ads straight away. To view them instantly, you should visit the website on a mobile device and add #googleads at the end of the url.

Example: http://www.yourdomain.com/post.html#googleads

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