How I Make Adsense Appear In Middle Of Blogger Posts (New and Old) Without Using Post Template Feature


In my previous post, I explained how to easily place Adsense ads in middle of Blogger posts using the Blogger "Post Template" feature. Although the trick is very easy to implement and automatically displays ad in desktop and mobile view, the trick doesn't display the ads in old posts.


If you want the ad to display in the middle of all posts (old and new), you will have to hack your blog's html and add some codes to it. I stumbled on the trick here, implemented it and works fine on my blog. I even use the trick to make Adsense ads appear in the middle of posts on Blogger mobile view.

This script in the trick actually looks for number of <br/>  (line break) tags inside your post and display ad unit.

adsense in middle


How To Get Started

==> BACK UP your blog template. Very Important!
==> Generate your Adsense ad code from www.google.com/adsense
==> Parse the Adsense ad code at www.freehtmlparser.blogspot.com (paste and click "Encode")
==> Login to your Blogger dashboard and back up your template ( Very Important! )
==> Go to "Template" > "Edit HTML"

==> Use CTRL F to search your HTML for the JQuery script below:

<script src='https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.9.1/jquery.min.js' type='text/javascript'/>

If it exists, move on to the next step. If not, copy the script above and paste directly above </body> in your blog's html

==> Use CTRL F to find </body> again and directly above it, paste the code highlighted below:


<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == &quot;item&quot;'>
<script>
 $AdCode = $("#AdCode").html();
 $("#PostBody br:lt(1)").replaceWith($AdCode);
 $("#AdCode").remove();
</script>
</b:if>

==> Save the Template

==> Go back to "Template" > Edit HTML. Use CTRL F to find <data:post.body/> . Replace it with the code below:

<div id="PostBody">
 <data:post.body/>
</div>


<div id="AdCode">
<div style='margin:5px 0;text-align:center;clear:both;'>
 <!-- Paste PARSED Ad Unit Code Here -->
</div>
</div>

==> Save the template

NB: Your template might have 2 or more <data:post.body/> codes. You have to identify correct one by using "try and error" trick. The 2nd or 3rd instance works in most templates though.

==> Go to "New Post" > "Options". Ensure you select "Press Enter for line breaks".



That's all.

To make it appear on mobile view, find <b:includable id='mobile-post' var='post'> in your HTML and replace the <data:post.body/> under the line as explained above.

I hope it works for you.

If it doesn't work for you, you can simply revert the changes by uploading the back up you created before implementing the trick.





Comments

Bayo said…
Wow! This is indeed an advanced trick. WIll try it and if it doesn't work, will stick to the simple post template trick. Thanks for sharing..
Anonymous said…
This will definitely make alot of sense in Blogger mobile view. WIll try it too once on PC. Thx boss
Opzydon Woros said…
Oh great new trick gonna try this on my blog www.healthtutortips.com
This trick is certainly brilliant, Jide. Though I don't use Adsense on my blogs, I can predict that the new ad position will certainly guarantee more visibility and hence a higher click through rate.

Sincerely, I hope this makes more money for all who are both on Blogger and are running Adsense.

Make the day great!

Always,
Terungwa
Pls i need your response sir. Is 35thousand pageviews ok for applying for adsense? If it is not, then how many pageviews must i have before applying for adsense?
I have tried several times to implement the Google adsense in my blog post but it does not show. Can you help me sir?
Grace Joseph said…
pretty cool, I'll try it on my blog, think I'll earn better this way
always add the code when on HTML view and not on 'Compose" or else it wont show
Severek Yasa said…
Thank you but Not working for old posts. What I have to do?
John Adikwuru said…
I don't think that page views really matter. I had less than 3k page views when I applied and was approved.

Have quality contents and adhere to Google's AdSense programme policy, and you're good to go.
peter egwuatu said…
mr jide, the one of making it to show on mobile is confusing to me, en lighting me the more. thanks
Godwin Lawson said…
WOW! I just did it now and it worked for me on my blog www.hezevibes.com

Thank you Jide.
Uche Francis said…
Hello Jide!

I've tried, but really cant get this to work on my blog.

Am actually trying to embed a Google Adsense link Ads at the middle or end of my post but it just wouldn't come up.

Any recommendations?

Thank you.
samsun nahar said…
This actually works for me. I have implemented it on my www.topandroidstuff.blogspot.com site. Check it.
Benue Forum said…
Jide thank you very much, it works perfectly well on our blog(benueforum.com)though the mobile aspect is confusing as I can't find the under the mobile description above. Please can I have more explanation?
Jessica said…
please i need more explanation on the mobile view implementation also the desktop view is not showing well on this particular page http://www.futogbedu.com/2016/03/why-do-guys-love-touching-breast-of-ladies.html please help
WizyTechs Blog said…
tenx Jide for this wonderful trick. it worked perfectly on my blog. take a look at WizyTechs.Com
Mobs said…
how can i make the code appear after first few lines under the post title
TrendBaze Media said…
been trying since but i dont get it right
Habib rasel said…
Thanks you sir for this trick.
Michael Vilay said…
Is it me or do you have more than 3 adsense ads on your site? I count 4, isn't that against adsense TOS?
Tecno said…
Nice tutorial, let me give it a try
akokosblog said…
Thanks so much
Theo Nugros said…
when i open edit html page in layout and search for the word u told for data post body it doesnt show any codelike this anywhere in that html edit page \thans help me to add ads in my blog thanks
Thanks so much for your update Sir, followed your instructions and I was able to place my ads at the top and below posts on my blog http://www.afrikkupdate.com/

God bless you Sir Jide!!
Gideon MicDare said…
Thanks for the info, I implement it on my blog and it works perfectly
MY UNNNEWS said…
thanks
it really helped
Wow, Thanks for this... I just applied it to my blog( http://www.appgamedownload.com/ ) and booom I got it right...

I don't understand this. Please explain,

"To make it appear on mobile view, find in your HTML and replace the under the line as explained above"