Setup Floating Ads On Blogger And Increase Your Revenue|

Setup Floating Ads On Blogger And Increase Your Revenue|

Setup Floating Ads On Blogger And Increase Your Revenue|
Setup Floating Ads On Blogger And Increase Your Revenue|

You may have found AdSense Approval on your blog site.  But just getting AdSense will not help your blogging career.

Now I have a question, why have you taken Approval to AdSense on your website?  Certainly to earn from your blog site.

However, after getting Approval in AdSense, your site is not fully prepared for revenue.

That's why you have to work hard and then make your blogging worthwhile by earning revenue from your blog site.

But how can you be able to earn via SMS in the right way?  That's why you need to see this post.

The amount of revenue you earn from AdSense depends largely on your blog's ads placement.

Because there are so many important places on the website that you can earn good money if you place ads space in these places.


One of them is Blogger's Floating Ads Placement.  So first let us know what these floating ads are?


 What is a floating ad on Blogger?  


You may see ads on the bottom of that blogger after visiting the site on any blogger.

And these ads are put on the blog so that any visitor is forced to click on the ads. Or many people mistakenly click the floating ads on this blogger.

Basically, every page in the footer section of Blogger is Visible Ads is a floating ad on Blogger.


Setup Floating Ads On Blogger And Increase Your Revenue|

This will allow you to generate maximum revenue from your blog.  And since it's responsive, it won't affect your AdSense.

Whenever a page is being loaded on your blog site, this ad will be responsive to every page visible on your blogger.

So here's a question.  If this is the case, will not my visitor's website be affected?

You have good reason to have this question.  Because it's sad if a visitor visits your site and leaves the site for advertising.

And if a visitor visits your blog site with one of the keywords from the search engine and exits the site immediately, your website ranking must drop.

The main reason is that when too many visitors leave your site, the search engine will think that visitors may not find anything that needs to be on this keyword.

As a result, the search engine will reduce your ranking day by day.  As a result, your loss will be more than profit.

Floating ads on Blogger When you put your site, any visitor's ad can remove it if they feel bad.

Because in this blogger floating ads they will see an option 'close "after clicking on it, the ad will be automatically removed.

As a result,  visitor visiting your site without any kind of suffering.  Visitors can visit your site in a natural way.


So how to add floating ads to your blogger and increase AdSense revenue?



 Blogger Floating Ads Setup-Process 1


To do this, first, go to your blog's dashboard, and then click on the Theme option and then click Edit Html.


First copy the code below.  You will need to change one of these codes.


<script type = 'text / javascript'>
 $ (document) .ready (function () {$ ('img # closed'). click (function () {$ ('# bl_banner'). hide (90);});});
 </script>
 <div id = 'fixedban' style = 'width: 100%; margin: auto; text-align: center; float: none; overflow: hidden; display: scroll; position: fixed; bottom: 0; z-index: 999  ; -webkit-transform: translateZ (0); '>
 <div>
 <a id = 'close-fixedban' onclick = 'document.getElementById ("fixedban"). style.display = "none";'  style = 'cursor: pointer;'> <img alt = 'close' src = 'https: //1.bp.blogspot.com/-_A83iDM6JYc/VhtxROLILrI/AAAAAAAADK4/aM4ikIA6aqI/s1600/btn_close.gif' title = 'close  button 'style =' vertical-align: middle; '/> </a> </div>
 <div style = 'text-align: center; display: block; max-width: 728px; height: auto; overflow: hidden; margin: auto'>
 Paste your AdSense AD Code here
 </div>
 </div>
At the end of these codes, place your AdSense ad unit code at 'Paste your AdSense AD Code here'.

Now you should find the <body> tag from the HTML code of your blog.

And place the code you change above the <body> tag.  Then save the theme to your Blogger.

And visit your blog to see if you have successfully set up the floating ads on your blogger.


 Blogger Floating Ads Setup -Process-2 



If the above process doesn't work for your blog.  Then you can use another HTML code.

I 100% guarantee that the following codes will definitely work on your Blogger.  The reason is that these codes are useful for any Blogger template.

Not only that, HTML code will present ads floating on your blogger in a very responsive way.

 First copy the code below -

 <script type = 'text / javascript'>
 $ (document) .ready (function () {$ ('img # closed'). click (function () {$ ('# bl_banner'). hide (90);});}); </script> <  div id = 'fixedbox' style = 'width: 100%; margin: auto; text-align: center; float: none; overflow: hidden; display: scroll; position: fixed; bottom: 0; z-index: 999;  -webkit-transform: translateZ (0); '> <div> <a id =' close-fixedbox 'onclick =' document.getElementById ('fixedbox'). style.display = 'none'; '  style = 'cursor: pointer;'> <img alt = 'close' src = 'http: //1.bp.blogspot.com/-_A83iDM6JYc/VhtxROLILrI/AAAAAAAADK4/aM4ikIA6aqI/s1600/btn_close.gif' title = 'close  button 'style =' vertical-align: middle; '/> </a> </div> <div style =' text-align: center; display: block; max-width: 320px; height: auto; overflow: hidden  ; margin: auto '>
 Your code is here
 </div> </div>

You can place your AdSense ad unit in place of your code here.  However, the ad unit can be customized to suit your needs.

Or you can use 320 * 50 units for maximum clicks.  It will show in a responsive way and boost your blogger performance.

You need to use a simple process to put the above code into your Blogger.

First, go to your blog's dashboard, then Layout - Add a widget - HTML javascript - paste code- save.

Then the above Blogger floating ads will be placed on your blog.


So to this day.  Many thanks for being with me.

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