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How To Add Google Inline Text Ads


This was asked by my reader Les and since I have an article about it in my main blog, I will just repost it here. If you have your own questions about blogging and making money online, you can drop me a message. Just be reminded that I'm not that experienced YET. Hehe.

Google inline text adsBlogger now has the capability of displaying Google ads in between of your blog posts, which is called the inline text ads. The sad thing is you can only display a maximum of three Google ads. By the way, before displaying Google inline text ads, make sure to count first the number of Google ads in your blog. I think there are a maximum number of Google ads you can display in your site, three I guess. If you exceed with the limit, it will just display a blank ad.

Anyway, to add a Google inline text ad in your blog, go to your dashboard then click the Layout link. Once you are at the layout page, click the Edit link at the blog posts page element. It will launch a new page with the settings of the blog posts page element. Click the checkbox “Show Ads Between Posts”. The setting for the inline text ad will be displayed after. Just change the corresponding fields for the number of post interval and the text ad format you want then click the Save button. Make sure to check your blog after if you are already satisfied with your ad format.

Voila your Google inline text ads are ready to make money.

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3 comments

  1. LALAKSUT  

    September 15, 2008 at 11:32 AM

    ei thanks for the reply. unfortunately though, i've tried it and its not working. did this tip before pero di tlga nagwork. :( i'm using the hack for the summarized post kaya siguro it did not work.

  2. LALAKSUT  

    September 15, 2008 at 1:41 PM

    btw, i did a nomination of your blog! hope you win the bloggers choice!

  3. Sherry  

    March 9, 2009 at 6:18 PM

    I got to know this a few months back.


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