Hi, I’m Gopal Pramanik. Today I’m going to show you how to set up Adsense for your blog. Note that if you created your AdSense account from YouTube or AdMob you need to upgrade the hosted account to AdSense.
blogger Adsense approval
blogger Adsense approval
When your Blogger blog is eligible to be linked to an AdSense account you will see an orange “Sign up for AdSense button on your blog’s Earnings tab. Before linking AdSense to your blog, do be sure to carefully review all of the AdSense program policies. To link AdSense to your Blogger blog click the orange “Sign up for AdSense button”. That will open the “Welcome to AdSense” page where you have two options: click “Yes” to use the Google account that you’re already signed in to, or click.
On the next screen, you can confirm that your blog URL is correct and that your email username is correct. if you are applying for AdSense, you’ll see a “Save and continue” button. If you’re applying for a new AdSense account, the next step will ask you to enter your personal information. Once the process is complete you’ll see a “Congratulation” screen. Click the “Continue” finish the setup process. That will open your blog’s Earnings tab, where you can customize your AdSense ad display settings. No ads will show until your application is approved,
Adsense approval for blogger
but they need to be enabled for your application to be reviewed. You can also choose a basic layout for the ads on your blog. Note that if you’re using new Blogger themes you may not see this Sd set up for the blog section. you can choose the option to “Customize further in advanced ad setup” go to your blog Layout. To configure where the ads appear on your blog, open your blog Layout. Configure the ads click the Edit button for your Blog Posts gadget. When configuring the Blog Posts gadget you can choose whether to show ads between posts,
how the ads show between posts, From the list of gadgets select “AdSense”. the Adsense gadget you can the ad format and colors. When you’re done, click Save. Remember that it’s up to you to make sure that the placement of ads on your blog complies with the AdSense ad placement policies. You can review those policies in the AdSense Help Center. To check the status of your AdSense application or to see your earnings, sign in to your AdSense account. if you found this article helpful follow my site for more tips and updates.