How To Display AdSense When Using Blogger Dynamic Views Templates

Posted : Friday, August 10, 2012 | Post Author : Paul Crowe | 16 comments

A question I was asked on the post “Always Display The Sidebar On Blogger Dynamic Views Templates” is “Can we have AdSense on Dynamic Views Templates”.I had a quick look into it and the answer is yes.So in this post I will show you the steps involved to put AdSense on Blogger Dynamic Views.

Now as far as I can see the AdSense units used are all 768×90 and 120×600.They are displayed between posts, below posts and beside posts.For the classic and sidebar templates Units are on the home page and posts for all other Dynamic templates units are on posts.In fact the AdSense set up on posts, 120×600 unit on the right with 768×90 below posts is great (See Image Below).OK so I have the steps added to a video and in text.

How To Add AdSense To Dynamic Views Templates


Well first of course you need to have an AdSense account.Once your AdSense approved follow these steps.

1) In Your Blogger Dashboard click the Drop Down menu > Choose Earnings.

2) Under ‘Sign up for Google AdSense to display ads targeted to your blog content’.Click Get Started, OK if you don’t have an AdSense account you will be shown how to apply, If you do ads will be added and you will be presented with further options.

Drop Your Comments And Questions Below.

AuthorAuthor – Paul Crowe is the owner and main author of Spice Up Your Blog.Paul lives in Ireland, has been blogging since 2006 and writing Spice Up Your Blog since 2009.You can find him in the usual social networks.

 

16 comments:

  1. thank you for this tips!

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  2. Thanks. My adsense was banned 4 years ago, so dear Paul, may i know it is possible for me to get back one again? =)

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  3. Hey paul, Thank you for this video. Good video tutorial.

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  4. Dynamic theme is improving day by day. It will be a top theme for all bloggers. Thank You

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  5. Thanks For This Tut Paul Bro. I was just moving from Dynamic views because of this issue but your saved me 🙂

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  6. Hey Paul,
    A master peice in front of me. I will be much glad to listen from you about Blogger Design Changing In Blogger.

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  7. Hiya – they say imitation is the most sincere form of flattery, but this guy is taking it to new lows!

    http://www.bloggertricksandtools.com/2012/08/how-to-display-adsense-when-using.html

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  8. thank you

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  9. Great solution!

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  10. Its a great tutorial.Thank you.

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  11. Thanks for the information,
    Can we remove the original code that we are using for apply?

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  12. Hello, I would like to know how can I add ads from another advertising network to the same place where Adsense ads appear on the dynamic templates. Thank you in advance. Pedro

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  13. Mohammad Fazle RabbiMay 4, 2013 at 11:11 AM

    Boss I have 2 questions..Recently I have got approval from Media.net(yahoo ads). And now using it with AdSense. Is there any problem if I use both ads network at a time.
    And Secondly, How I can place Yahoo ads in the middle of the blog article.

    Thanks

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  14. When I go to “Earnings” when trying to switch my current Ad Sense account to the new “Dynamic View” I do not see where an option that says “Link your Ad Sense Account.” What should I do? Thank you.

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  15. Is there any workaround to add a “third” adsense snippet for dynamic view ? I looking to add a 485*90 banner ad just below the the title. Please help…

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  16. Thanks For This information Tut. I was just moving from Dynamic views because of this issue but your saved me.

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