Do’s and Don’ts of ad sense code placement for bloggers
You may know that ad sense does not allow publishers to do some activities. Publishers are not allowed to add program or software that show the visitors about getting some amount of money, if they click the add.
Publishers should not join for third party program that increases clicks using proxies and other malpractices. Publishers should not ask their relatives, friends, colleagues and neighbors to click the adds. The other don’t s are listed here.
The best way to make some money from Google ad sense is to earn slowly and gently. For that you need to place the adds in a suitable place. The visitors should be attracted to it and they must click it. You may know about “Banner blindness” which has developed in the recent years. Banner blindness is a kind of “alergy” that common visitors developed because of the mass advertising campaigns leading to a chaos.
Visitors does not see the add which are displayed in the websites due to such banner blindness. Their brains only see the content inside the post field and not the other parts of the website. This phenomena is tested and proved. Sometimes I also experience such blindness. So today there are infinite number of domains with same number of adds in the internet and you are just one of them. Only by using the appropriate strategy you will get the clicks from the visitors. You need break the chain of the blindness and make them to look to the add. Ad-sense publishers should only place up to three Ad-sense for content units on one webpage. It is better to place your add above and below post section. You can also add a banner in the sidebar of the webpage. We can only place a maximum of three link units and two search boxes on each webpage.
Do’s Best practices
If you have any doubts, you can Setup an application for Free consultation from ad sense masters. Paste the ad code in your page use a Code View editor – Paste the ad code between the <BODY> and </BODY> tags. Check out ad sense code parser Use an HTML insert editor Use a content management system