How to Add Sticky Adsense Page Level Ads To Blogspot Blogs

If Page-level ads are enabled on your Adsense account, you can start displaying Anchor/overlay and vignette ads on your blog.

Anchor/overlay ads  are mobile ads that stick to the edge of the user’s screen and are easily dismissable.

Vignette ads  are mobile full-screen ads that appear between page loads on your site and can be easily dismissed by your users.

Below is an example of an overlay ad :

overlay adsense ad

Feature of Page-level ads

  • Don’t count towards your 3 ads per page limit
  • Only display on mobile-optimized sites
  • You can use the same ad code on all of your pages
  • Designed by Google with users in mind
  • Optimized to help increase revenue

How To Add Overlay and Vignette Adsense Ads To Blogspot Blog

==> Sign in to your Adsense account
==> Go to ” My Ads” > Page-level ads

page level ads adsense

==> Enable the ad formats that you’d like to use.
==> Click on “Get code”

You can use the code below and replace the publisher ID (bolded) if your template fails to save after adding the code:

<script async=’async’ src=’’/>
(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({
google_ad_client: “ca-pub-123456789“,
enable_page_level_ads: true

==> Sign in to your blogger dashboard
==> Go to “Template” > “Edit HTML”
==> Click inside the html and use CTRL F on your keyboard to find <head>
==> Paste the code directly under the <head>
==> Save the Template.

Because AdSense only shows Page-level ads on your site at optimal times, you’ll need to use the preview tool to check that they’re working correctly. Follow the instructions at the bottom of the “Page-level ads” page to test your ads.

That’s all.

Kindly note that they are only shown by AdSense at optimal times when they’ll perform well and provide a good user experience.

Are these ads types enabled on your AdSense account? If yes, are you making some cool money from the new ad types?

Recommended : How To Check Earnings of Adsense Sticky Ads

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Written by Jide Ogunsanya

Pro Nigerian Blogger, Digital Marketer and Web designer. I help business owners to grow their businesses online. You can join my Facebook Group here or join my Telegram Group here.

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  1. Jide Ogunsanya you're mouthed, I have been seen it on sites like n naij but I don't know how to add it, one guy was even saying if someone add it, Google will disable the ad account.

    I will check my AdSense account later to know if the feature is approved on my account.


  2. Hi,
    I activated the Google Page-level ads few days ago but nothing yet, I am sure things are going to turn out soon and i Think not all AdSense account have that feature for now because i have not yet seen the Page-level ad on it.

    Thanks for the info..!

  3. Oga jide just tried it on my blog and tried saving all I got was error message, template could not be saved because blah blah that I need to my code isn't correct and I just lifted it the same way Google AdSense gave it to me…
    Been trying for weeks but its the same thing!!

    Any help please???

  4. Do we need to parse the code as usual or just a direct code input?

    Secondly, can we implement it on other sites we run, or must be the original blog we got approved adsense on?

    Thirdly, I used directly and my template won't save. I then copied the one in this tutorial while changing the pub ID to mine and it works. How come.. Shey no be Uncle Jide go dey earn my money sha 🙂

  5. Hi, Ogbongeblog, I thank you for showing me how to add sticky adsense. But the problem i face now is to page-level ads i put code into the editor. I tried it either at my new blog, but it still does not work even it seems to succeed when i put the code in i learned from blogger. I am tired. What should I do ?

    When i read your blog on Page-level ads now, i am not sure if it works. I will try and see if it works later.


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