How to Place ads Below Title & After content on Blogger (Desktop View)
Step2: Modify the ads code pasted in the notepad document with this CSS code.
<div style="text-align:center; padding:5px;"> Paste Your ads code (from step1) here </div>
Step 3: Copy the new modified ads code and covert it to ASCII by using the free tool here. Copy the converted ads back to the notepad doc. to be used for all the positions you’d like the ads to show on blogger.
Step 4: Log in to your blogger dashboard, ==> From the left menu items ==> click on Theme and then Edit HTML.
Step 5: Click inside the blogger template codes and ==> press CTRL+F to activate search. Search for <data:post.body/> and place the ads (copied from step 3) just above it to display ads below post title and below it to display ads after post, before comments/social share buttons.
Note: Most templates do come with more than one <data:post.body/>. So you can experiment with the first or second <data:post.body/>, depending on which works for your theme. But first or second <data:post.body/> will normally work for 90% of blogger templates.
How to Place ads Below Title & After content on Mobile Template
The procedure for placing Google adsense ad or any other advert code to blogger mobile template is similar to that of PC, only that you’ll be required to search for another code snippet.
Step 1: Enable mobile theme by ==> logging in to your blogger dashboard, ==> navigating to theme and click the mobile theme option(s) to activate it. Select the custom theme option as seen in the screenshot below.
Step 2: Repeat step 1 to 4 above, but select any of the responsive ads unit when creating an ad for display on mobile devices. This helps it to adapt for smart phones and tablet devices alike.
Step 3: Ensure that the mouse cursor is blinking inside the blogger codes by clicking on it. And then, ==> press CTRL+F to activate search. Search for –
<b:includable id='mobile-post' var='post'>
Note where this code is first seen and use the arrow button to gently scroll down until you see the code below: –
<div class='post-body entry-content' expr:id='"post-body-" + data:post.id' itemprop='articleBody'>
Step 4: Paste your Google adsense code directly below it as seen in the screenshot below.
That’s all. Your ads should start displaying in these positions as soon as you save the template. You can also play around with other positions like; before copyright, after comments and so on.
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