Create AdSense Matched Content Unit

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Mathias Amodu

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Mathias Amodu, a passionate blogger with full interest in making the world a better place for upcoming webmasters in the society at large
Create AdSense Matched Content Unit 1
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Matched content is a free service that promotes relevant content from your site to your site’s visitors,

First you need to check out your site, you may also be able to show ads in between your recommendations. Ads are only available for sites that can be well monetized. The AdSense program policies still apply to pages containing Matched content units. They are not eligible for use in experiments.

Lets first create a matched content unit and later we will discus how to setup and show matched content native ads in blogspot blogs.

Note that with Matched content, your visitors  will

  • Discover relevant articles on your site
  • Spend more time on your pages 
  • Engage more with your content

Step 1
First we need to Sign in to your AdSense account.

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Step 2
Now click on the My ads tab.

Step 3
Then click the button +New ad unit.

Step 4
Choose Native, then click Matched Content.

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Step 5
A drop-down in the upper corner of the preview area will tell you which of your blogs is eligible or approved for Matched content.

Step 6
From the right sidebar options, give your Matched content unit a suitable name.
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Step 7
Try to enable “Monetize with ads” option to earn more revenue by displaying native ads inside matched content.

 

Step 8
Select “Size” section, choose “Responsive” if your blogger template is mobile responsive else choose custom. When using a custom size, AdSense recommends to choose an ad size with a width:height ratio of around 2:1 for a horizontal layout, or 1:2 for a vertical layout.

Step 9
Then finally click SAVE AND GET CODE.

That’s all you Need now click here to learn how to add the code on your blogger template

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