Add Adsense Below Post Title of Mobile Blogger Templates

I’ve customized the mobile view of OgbongeBlog in such a way that I now have an Adsense 320×50 mobile banner been displayed under post titles as well as an Adsense 250×250 ad unit been displayed at the end of each post on the mobile view.

Besides that, I created an extra section above the header region and right there, I can also add an Adsense mobile banner or a non-adsense 320×50 banner. In this tutorial, I’m sharing with you how to add Adsense ad inside blog posts of Blogger mobile templates, directly below post titles.

Just follow me through the steps.

==> Log in to www.google.com/adsense to generate the Adsense code for the ad unit you want to add to the mobile view. eg 320×50 mobile banner.

Now, we need to parse the ad code.

==> Go to http://www.freehtmlparser.blogspot.com/
==> Copy and paste your ad code inside the box and click the “Encode” button
==> Copy and paste the code somewhere eg in a notepad

==> Ensure you have enabled CUSTOM Blogger mobile template.

If not sure, login to your Blogger dashboard, go to “Template“. Under “Mobile“, select “Yes. Show mobile template on mobile devices” and choose “Custom” from the “choose mobile template” dropdown box and save your settings.

==> Now, we need to find the code for the Blogger Mobile Template Post title so we can place the Adsense code directly below it.

==> So, back up your template and go to “Template” > “Edit HTML

==> Click inside the HTML and use CTRL F to find the code below:

<b:includable id=’mobile-post’ var=’post’>

==> Once you find the code, scroll down gently till you see the code below:

<div class=’post-body entry-content’
expr:id=’&quot;post-body-&quot; + data:post.id’
itemprop=’articleBody’>

==> Paste your parsed Adsense code directly below the code above.

Save your template.

View one of your blog posts on mobile view using default browser of your mobile device (NOT Opera Mini) and you should see the ad below the post title on POST pages (Not on the homepage).

NBYou can place any ad code there be it AdDynamo, Infolink, media.net ad etc

You can access the mobile view of your Blogger post on PC by adding ?m=1 at the end of the post URL.

Try it and let me know if it works for you.

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Questions? Contributions? Kindly relay them via comments.

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  1. menhh, i have been trying this all day long but it is not working for me.you said we should choose custom from the drop down list which is the last option in the drop down list,gues am correct.after choosing custom, i noticed the mobile template will disappear and i will see a message saying "Custom adapts your template customizations to mobile. Be sure to preview your template". with no mobile template showing, when i visit the mobile site using the /?m=1, it will take me to the full desktop view of my website bcos it has been set to custom or is there any other custom from the dropdown list.how come urs is showing mobile view when you said we should choose custom.please help on this cos i just cant seems to get it right.

  2. yes i am using third party template download from most of this template website.i have been trying all day long, not working.how do i go about this to work with third party template.

  3. 80pc of my traffic cames from mobile and since i customised my blogger native template (thanks to Ogbonge), its working like charm. Actually i have never came across such kind of blog before. Ogbonge Blog rocks, and i admire every mobile widget on it…..am tryng every possibility to perfect my revenue income, CHEERS!

  4. Gudday broda, i made a mistake when doing the mobile parsing.instead of the mobile parser banner, i now parsed it on my main blog. i was also using the responsive ad code to do it which now make my space for the responsive code vacant.and i don't know what to do…pls help..check me on kingasa4empowerment.blogspot.com…thanks

  5. have been looking for this code (div class='post-body entry-content' expr:id='"post-body-" + data:post.id' itemprop='articleBody>) on my site i can't find it
    dechampions.net is my site

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