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Anchor or overlay
The Anchor or overlay is one of the best and it has a toggle which you can use to dismiss it and it is mobile responsive
Check screenshot below
The vignette pop up ads covers the whole page and requires your blog visitors or website visitors to close it or not using the call to action button at the to right side.
And there are some specific amount of vignette ads to display for a particular visitor.
Check screenshot below
Explanation: The Page-level ads feature is in beta. DoubleClick Ad Exchange does not yet offer full support for Page-level ad formats in rules and reporting. You can use channels to track Page-level ads.
How to add to your blogspot blog
first you need to Log into your AdSense account using your correct password
You can move direct to the the page level ads webpage by clicking here
Then you will have to Switch from off to on both Anchor/Overlay and Vignette ads by clicking the two toggle buttons.
Now you will have to scroll down your mouse cursor and click the button which says “Get code” once.
Then click CTRL+A and then Copy the code .
Now go to Blogger and select the blog you want to place it on
Move you mouse down and click on the Template tab
Make sure that you backup yout template before proceeding
Click Edit HTML and press CTRL+F and search for this code below
Paste your Page-level code just above
Remember that in your Page-level code, you will have make one change or modification. Replace the attribute async with async=”
If you don’t make this modification, blogger will give you an error message.
Error parsing XML, line 1473, column 15: Attribute name “async” associated with an element type “script” must be followed by the ‘ = ‘ character.
Save your template and you are all done!
How to Test Page-level ads on your blogger template
On your favorite mobile device, visit your blog to test Page-level ads. Example: http://www.zealmat.com/?m=1
In the address bar of your mobile browser, add #googleads to the end of your blog’s URL.
For example in our case: www.zealmat.com#googleads.
Select the ad format that you want to test from the tabbed box that will appear just above your blog body.
I hope this tutorial really helped you, don’t forget to drop your comment below thanks.