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Why you blog? Well, probably you may be answered you blog for money. So if you depend on Google AdSense as your main income, I just want to remember you are going to earn nothing if your AdSense ad placement is wrong. So I am damn sure that this post is going to help guys those who seek to increase AdSense Click Through Rate (CTR) as well as looking an apt place for adding banner ads without bothering your blog readers. Are you ready? Let's begin.

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   Plug-ins for Monetization: Which One is Better Blogger or WordPress

Compare to Blogger, WordPress is the next big thing by all means. But Blogger will always be an intimate friend of newbies. As we know Blogger platform is not as seo optimized as WordPress blogging platform. Plug-ins like Quick AdSense, Google publisher plug-in, Easy AdSense, Google AdSense Plug-in, AdSense Extreme, Ad Inserter, WP Simple AdSense Insertion etc that allow you to customize your ads color, layout and allow number of ad unit per page and also help you to increase your AdSense revenue without making you any headache only if you are a WordPress user. But the question is what about Blogger users?

AdSense Ad Just Below the Opening Paragraph: Free Live Demo

Please remember: Your ad will be disabled on browsers where JavaScript is disabled. This plug-in better performs to display 468x60 or 768x90 stretching banner ads depend on your blog's dimension. So please try to enable JavaScript for Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome or any browser you often use.

   Adding AdSense Ad Just After the Jump Break: Steps

If you prefer to edit your template offline, I recommend you use Adobe Dreamweaver CC or choose any XML editor (I suggest WordPad) you prefer to edit your Blogger template offline without any complications or lags using less internet data. Blogger allows you to customize your template only in online via Blogger Dashboard — Template — Edit HTML tab. If anything happens while you editing your template online without backing up, our team won't be responsible for any loss. Follow below 3 simple steps:

Step 1: Installing jQuery Script on your Blog

  • Go to Blogger Dashboard — Template
  • Backup your Blogger Template before you customize
  • Click on Edit HTML tab
  • Expand Blogger template | See how it's - screenshot
  • Search <head> and below it paste the following JQuery code

Be advised that: Skip the below jQuery script once you added this to your blog.

<script src='' type='text/javascript'/>

Confused? See the Screenshot Provided Below

Installing jQuery Script on Blogger

Step 2: Paste the Following Code Below <head> Tag

<script type='text/javascript'> 
$(document).ready(function() {

Immediately search for <data:post.body/> and paste the following code below it.

<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == &quot;item&quot;'> 
<div style="display:none;">
<div id='LS-google-ad'> 
Encoded AdSense Code Here </center> 
</div>  </b:if>

Step 3: Plug-in Customization and Final Guidelines

  1. You are now able to display your AdSense ads or widget both right after the opening paragraph (Jump Break) and at the end of your blog post by deleting the above embolden red code.
  2. You have to encode your Google AdSense code to get perfect result. So copy the ad format you single out from your AdSense account and encode your AdSense code using our using LS HTML encoder in order to work with your Blogger template.
  3. Encode your AdSense Code via LABSTRIKE HTML Encoder

  4. Finally replace the above embolden green text (Encoded AdSense Code Here) with your encoded AdSense code. As I remarked, remove AdBlock plug-ins and enable JavaScript on your browser. Now open any blog post you written and yes, your AdSense ad is visible. Done!
Still in Trouble? Feel free to mention them via comment below!

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