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Earlier last month Google adsense introduced two types of ads type classified as page level ads. This idea was meant to increase the revenue of their publishers and also give good user ads experience on blogs and websites. This is a new way of showing google ads on mobile devices  increases your Google adsense page impression. It gives website views better page views of their ads while using their site.
This is like a new google AdSense sticky adunit.



Two Type of Ads Type in Page Level Ads:


Anchor/overlay ads:
They're shown by AdSense at optimal times to help to increase your revenue and provide a good user experience.
They don't count towards your three ads per page limit.
They only serve on mobile-optimised webpages on high-end mobile devices.


Vignette ads:
They're shown by AdSense at optimal times to help to increase your revenue and provide a good user experience.
They're displayed when the user leaves a page, rather than when they arrive on one, so that the user doesn't have to wait for them to load.
They're limited in number per user to maintain a good user experience.
They don't count towards your three ads per page limit.
They only serve on mobile-optimised webpages on high-end mobile devices.


How to Enable Page level/Vignette ads code on your Google AdSense

Log in to your Google adsense account,Navigate to " My Ads" > Page-level ads beta
Then enable the ad formats that you’d like to use.Click on "Get code"
Copy the code and paste it in your blogger HTML codes below the <head> tag and save. If you face any difficulty saving your blogger template after pasting the code, don't worry just copy the code below and change the publisher ID in bold to your original publisher ID.

<script async='async' src='http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js'/>
<script>
(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({
google_ad_client: "ca-pub-5623881",
enable_page_level_ads: true
});
</script>

How To Paste The code in Your Blogger HTML Template


There are basically two method this codes can be posted in your blog
🔸First Method 
🔘Sign in to your blogger dashboard
Navigate to "Template" > "Edit HTML"
🔘Click inside the blog html and use CTRL F on your keyboard and search for </head> tag.
🔘Paste the code directly under the </head>
NOTE:  In your Page-level code, make one modification. Replace the attribute async with async='' If Not you'll get and error like this>> if you want to save the code
Error parsing XML, line 193, column 15: Attribute name "async" associated with an element type "script" must be followed by the ' = ' character. 
🔘Save the Template.

Or you can use can convert the AdSense code to XML format before pasting it under </head> tag

Use This Online AdSense Convertor Click Here


🔸Second Method
Sign in your blogger account, go to layout.
Now in the footer region,
 click on Add gadget> Click HTML 
Paste the Google HTML adsense code there and Save it.
Note: The Page Level/Vignette Ads are shown at optimal or best times for better and increase AdSense earning.

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.

Pleas note that the overlay ads are only shown by AdSense at optimal times when they’ll perform well and provide a good user experience. And according to Google Adsense team, this new level ads will increase publishers earnings because they will display attractive and useful ads to users. With this new pagelevel ads, you get a better good adsense revenue.

This system of displaying ads will for sure increase your adsense CTR which will in turn increase your Revenue.. please ensure to try them out.
If you experience any problem, notify using the comment box
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?


Tags: Google ads, Adsense page level ads, google adsense sticky Ads

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