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How To Place Adsense Ads On a Blogger Blog


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Adsense is mainly used to get more revenue from your website or blog it has strict policy and user must abaid to it.
Adsense is only meant for bloggers and it is the best ads network presently, are you finding it difficult to place google ads on your blog? I think this toturial will benefit you.

Step 1
First you have to login to your blogger dashboard and then select the blog you want to work on.

Step 2
Then scroll you mouse down to EARNING and just click on it. this is located at your left side.

Read also: How To Make Google Adsense Ad To Display Above Opera Mini Layer

Step 3
Now sign up and then Follow the steps been given to you.
If you have a custom domain and you try applying through the website site all you need to do is to wait for approval.

Step 4
Now after the long awaiting Google ads been approved now go to your blogger blog and then scroll down and click on layout.

Step 5
Now click on add gadget on any side of the blog layout you would prefer to show your ads.

Step 6
Then you will be given different list of gadget just scroll down and click on ADSENSE.

Step 7

Now finally you will have to Customize your adsense by changing the size and also the colour to your preferred choice and that all then click save button.

Now all you need to do is to go to your blog and check it out.

I hope this really helped you don't forget to drop your comment below thanks.
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