Wednesday, December 13, 2006

After doing a guide for Ultimate Adsense Guide-Put Adsense in Between The Post(Beta), now i come back again with part 2. After my experiment,I have come to the conclusion that wrapping around your blog post to the Adsense advertisement generates a higher click thru rate. The use of wider ads like 336 x 280 works best. Blending ads to your background color and removing the borders gives higher click thru rate.

Many readers are asking me, how were you able to wrap around your blog post to the Google Adsense? Simple, just follow the following steps.

First, don't need bother about the amount of post to display, since it auto adjusted.

Now go to Settings > Formatting and set Enable Float Alignment to No.

Then, insert the following code on your template just after the <div class='post-header-line-1'/>

<div style="float: left;">
(tutorial for modify click here)

(You may change left to any position you like,that's it.)
Then, save your blog. If you followed all my instructions, you'll be able to see your Google Adsense on any page on your blog, just like the one I have right now here at the time of this writing.

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  1. Anonymous said...
    It works great...thanks for your tips.
    LOUI$$ said...

    you are welcome,i'm happy this would help you. And i found out something, about the adsense code!
    608 said...
    Thanks that was really useful. I did it here!
    Dee said...
    Thank you!! I've been trying to do that for sometime now till someone referred me to your blog.
    Anonymous said...
    hi loui$$, i've used again one of your genius tips. thanks so much!
    LOUI$$ said...
    Hi aroengbinang, thanks to drop by. That's is great if you like it!
    Admin said...
    thanks Louis.. I used your idea to for displaying ad's within posts.

    Thanks. Good work.

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