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How to place Adsense Ads in Every Blogger Post Automatically.

We work hard to write an article, but we can’t make it even harder by placing Ads code one by one on every Blogger blog post. This tutorial will discuss, How to automatically add AdSense ads into the middle of every Blogger blog post? Follow the steps provided below.

Benefits of Adding Adsense Ads in Every Blog Post.

It is very tough and time-consuming to pick AdSense Ad code from AdSense and add it to every blog post. Sometimes we may forget to add the codes. This leads to a loss in revenue. Its solution is to add the AdSense ads code once and relax. Your AdSense ads code will insert in every blog post automatically.

We can quickly implement Adsense Ad code to show ads in the middle of every post. For this, use “text and image“, “text-only ads“, or a new type of Native Ads, “In-Article Ads”.

If you’re looking to place AdSense ads automatically in the Blogger feed, refer our this article to set up In-feed ads for Blogger.

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Place AdSense Ads in Blogger Post Automatically

How to implement Adsense ads automatically in the Blogger posts?

Google introduced new kinds of native ads for its publishers to increase revenue and a good user experience. According to Google, these native kinds of ads can increase AdSense revenue by 60%. But as per our experience, we’ll advise placing “Text and Image” type of AdSense Ads for better results.

But here, you can add any ad unit using our code provided below to implement ads in the middle of a Blogger blog. Just copy the provided code, change ad unit values and place it as suggested in this article.

1. Insert AdSense ads code in every Blogger post automatically, using XML code.

By implementing the code provided below into your Blogger theme file, you can show AdSense ads on every Blogger post. For this, you need to edit the Blogger Theme.

<b:if cond='data:view.isPost'>
<div id='seoneurons-target'>
 <data:post.body/>
</div>
<div id='seoneurons-content'>
<div style='margin:15px 0;text-align:center;clear:both;'>
      <!--Place Your Prased Adsense Ad code here-->
</div>
 </div>
<div id='seoneurons-target'>
 <script type='text/javascript'>
function insertAfter(addition,target) {
var parent = target.parentNode;
if (parent.lastChild == target) {
parent.appendChild(addition); 
} else {
parent.insertBefore(addition,target.nextSibling);
}
}
var adscont = document.getElementById("seoneurons-content");
var target = document.getElementById("seoneurons-target");
var linebreak = target.getElementsByTagName("br");
if (linebreak.length > 0){
insertAfter(adscont,linebreak[2]);
}
</script>

</div>
</b:if>
 <b:if cond='data:view.isPage'><data:post.body/></b:if>
  1. Copy Above Code and Paste it in Notepad or any text editor application.
  2. Open the Google Adsense Account
  3. Generate Adsense Ads or any ads(Text and Image) code
  4. Replace line <!–Place Your Prased Adsense Ad code here–> with the Adsense code.
  5. Now Open blogger.com and select “Theme”.
  6. Download the theme file for backup.
  7. Now click on “Edit HTML”.
  8. Now you’ll see XML of your blog.
  9. And Now search <data:post.body/>. If you cannot find it, copy the whole file and edit it externally using any text editor.
  10. Replace <data:post.body/> with the above code(created in Notepad).

Note: In the latest Blogger theme, there is only one <data:post.body/> tag, but if you’re using older themes, there maybe 2 or 3 or more results for <data:post.body/>. In such an old version of the theme, you’ve to make hit and the trial method by checking all <data:post.body/>. In most of the templates, it works on the 3rd result of <data:post.body/>.

Changes to be made are:

  • Replace “**YOUR PRASED AD CODES**” with your own ads code.
  • This code you replaced will appear in the middle of Blogger Blog as an Adsense ad.
  • The Adsense Ads will place after the 2nd Paragraph of the Blogger post,

Place Multiple AdSense ads Automatically in Every Post of Blogger

And If you want to place more than one Adsense Ad in between the multiple paragraphs of the Blogger post, Replace the code given below instead of the previous code.

<b:if cond='data:view.isPost'>
<div id='seoneurons-target'>
 <data:post.body/>
</div>
<div id='seoneurons-content1'>
<div style='margin:15px 0;text-align:center;clear:both;'>
      <!--Place Your 1st Prased Adsense Ad code here-->
</div>  
 </div>
 <div id='seoneurons-content2'>
<div style='margin:15px 0;text-align:center;clear:both;'>
      <!--Place Your 2nd Prased Adsense Ad code here-->
</div>  
 </div>
<div id='seoneurons-target'>
 <script type='text/javascript'>
function insertAfter(addition,target) {
var parent = target.parentNode;
if (parent.lastChild == target) {
parent.appendChild(addition); 
} else {
parent.insertBefore(addition,target.nextSibling);
}
}
var adscont = document.getElementById("seoneurons-content1");
var target = document.getElementById("seoneurons-target");
var linebreak = target.getElementsByTagName("br");
if (linebreak.length > 0){
insertAfter(adscont,linebreak[1]);
}
</script>
     <script type='text/javascript'>
function insertAfter(addition,target) {
var parent = target.parentNode;
if (parent.lastChild == target) {
parent.appendChild(addition); 
} else {
parent.insertBefore(addition,target.nextSibling);
}
}
var adscont = document.getElementById("seoneurons-content2");
var target = document.getElementById("seoneurons-target");
var linebreak = target.getElementsByTagName("br");
if (linebreak.length > 0){
insertAfter(adscont,linebreak[3]);
}
</script>

</div>
</b:if>
<b:if cond='data:view.isPage'><data:post.body/></b:if>

Place the two different AdSense ads in the <!–Place Your Prased Adsense Ad code here–>. We recommend you to place a max of 2 ads if your article is 600 words long. If you place a higher number of ads, then invalid clicks may increase and lower the CPC you get. That is completely a wrong practice.

target.getElementsByTagName("br"); Declares the ads’ location. Here to default tag for Blogger post is br for the break <br>. You can change it to p, h2, h3, h4 according to the need. If you don’t know what this is, then leave it as it is.

insertAfter(adscont,linebreak[n]); Declared how many tags the ads should be visible. Where n=number of tags-1, i.e., for 4 tags, n will be 4-1=3.

  • So if you want to display after 1 line break, then place 0 instead of 3,
  • display an ad after 2 tags, then put 1 instead of 3,
  • and so on.

We aim to increase AdSense revenue of a website or blog. For this, focus on writing SEO Friendly content that leads results in high CPC.

If you find the above article helpful or any doubt, ask in the comment section below. We’ll be happy to help you. Thank you.

Ashok Kumar

Ashok Kumar working in the Search Engine Optimization field since 2015. And worked on many successful projects since then. He shares the real-life experience of best SEO practices with his followers on seoneurons.com. You also can learn Advance level SEO for WordPress, Blogger, or any other blogging platform. Stay tuned.

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47 Comments

  1. Hello Dealsyou, you can create

    below

    and copy paste new script below last script, and make this changes in new script line = var adscont = document.getElementById(“techaak-content2”);
    in place of techaak-content2, place techaak-content3
  2. Hello Dealsyou, you can create <div id="techaak-content3"> below
    <div id="techaak-content2">
    and copy paste new script below last script, and make this changes in new script line = var adscont = document.getElementById("techaak-content2");
    in place of techaak-content2, place techaak-content3

  3. I am very grateful for you as a searched alot and i didn’t find any effective way till i found that post. Thanks alot

  4. Hello ashok sir very nice it’s working very well. But can you tell me if I want to place the ads after 3rd and 4th paragraph then what change I need to do in code. Please paste a new edited code in reply thank u…

  5. It is showing
    org.xml.sax.SAXParseException; lineNumber: 2520; columnNumber: 6; Element type “b:if” must be followed by either attribute specifications, “>” or “/>”.

    When I add your code into my blogger themes. Please help me

      1. I tried and copy all code and do it perfectly but it is showing

        org.xml.sax.SAXParseException; lineNumber: 2522; columnNumber: 5; Element type “div” must be followed by either attribute specifications, “>” or “/>”.

        What should I do now? I am trying to add multiple ads in between my posts.

  6. I am getting this error “The prefix “b” for element “b:if” is not bound.” Show us a way how to fix it. Nitish Sahni told you before about this.

      1. Ashok Kumar, maybe you have not been aware about the error but the the problem is this:
        The “copy BUTTON” you have on your website to copy the code does not copy the code correctly. But, things work like a charm after I copied the code “manually” rather than using the copy button.

          1. From the pastebin link below copy the raw code because that’s the original code from your website, the first is the one generated by pastebin.

            Something else: In the future, maybe I will do a video screenshot, for now test this and lets see if you can recreate the problem.

            https://pastebin.com/WLS6R8dF

  7. dear friend, I have a severe problem with my blogger HTML there is some coding under the footer area when anyone visits my blog How will I remove this coding from my blog I need your help please any solution. Please visit my blog then you will see it yourself. Thank you.

          1. There are many h1 tags and none of them seem to make sense to edit. If you could give a more detailed answer, it will be helpful.

          2. Can you share the XML with our e-mail. Or you can inspect the heading items using ctrl/cmd+shift+I. And check the class or ID used by element. Find the same in the XML file..

    1. Default Blogger Themes are not SEO friendly as heading tag come under h3 tag.. and you may know the importance of h1 tag.. You can insert your code above h3 or we advise you to install tezzBlog Blogger theme..

  8. Hi Sir, I Getting this error while trying to use your tutorial code, Can You Pls Help Me

    org.xml.sax.SAXParseException; lineNumber: 3124; columnNumber: 5; Element type “div” must be followed by either attribute specifications, “>” or “/>”.

      1. Hello sir, I used < and > to solve it but ads not displaying after a successful upload, what can do..

        I used the same tutorial few months ago without modification but now only getting these errors :(

  9. Hello sir, I used < and > to solve it but ads not displaying after a successful upload, what can do..

    I used the same tutorial few months ago without modification but now only getting these errors :(

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