AdSense and other publishing network is how you get paid for your hard work and time you spend working on quality and engaging content on your site, but the only way to make the right amount of that money is to follow the rules and do it right. All that in check, then we can move up to optimizing your adsense earning which is not just about add the ads but also adding it right. We will be talking All you need to know about Adsense page-level ads, how to setup Adsense page-level ads,
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Page-level ads is another ads unit on adsense platform and was recently rolled out and now available for bloggers and webmaster to use. Adsense page-level ads is another way to monetize your mobile template and make more with your mobile site. With Page-level ads you can either display anchor/overlay which allow you to show a floating adsense mobile ad on that stick to the edge of the user’s screen or Vignette ads that allow you to display mobile full-screen ads that will appear between page loads or even choose both. For user good experience, adsense will control automatically and only show Page-level ads at the best times and not every time. all you need to do is just add the Page-level ads code to your theme or template.
Some Interesting features of AdSense Page-level ads
Page-level ads Ads format
There are currently two ads format on page-level ads:
Anchor/overlay ads are mobile optimized ads that stick to the lower edge of the user’s screen and can be dismissed easily with the toggle down button at its top. The ads get its Anchor / overlay name because of the way it perform. When the ads load, an anchor is displayed with the Ads overlay on it at the bottom of the page.
Vignette ads is the second Page-Level ads format, is a full page mobile display ads that are shown to users when they are about to leave the webpage. It perform like popup ads but quite different in the sense that the ads only show when user is living the current page to another page on the site. The ads popup between that page loads. Vignette ads can as well be easily dismiss with just a click on the “Close ad” button on the ads.
A close on the Vignette ads will take you to the page you are trying to load before the ads popup
Page-level ads only Popup on time they will best perform and not every time, at optimum time and on high-end mobile device. Nobody likes ads that Popup every time_ it can be frustrating.
Did I mention that To enable AdSense Page Level Ads on your website is very easy. Giving you in step by step:
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When switching on the page-level ads format, you can switch on both the Anchor / overlay and Vignette ads or just one if you don’t want to display both on your website.
Now you need to copy and paste this Ads Code to your website <head> tag or at the top of the <body> tag of pages you want to show the ads. like you did with Google Analytic Code, remember?
The ads might not show on your mobile immidiatly because the ads only shows at optimal time therefore to check if they’re are working fine, you need to use the Preview tool
This is a bit complicated but pretty simple as long as you follow the steps below.
Pieces of cake, right? P.S! you need to test your page-level ads on mobile devices and not laptop, not tablet and may not work on some large screen phablet
If the testing preview tool is not working, here are few things you can do.
Google AdSense page-level ads is the now one of the best solution to monetize your mobile website and increase your adsense revenue. The page-level ads was launched late last year on Beta and over that time alot of work has been done on it to make it perfect for both publishers and site users. Now tested okay and already in use by a lot of top blog and website. You know you can go for it.
You want to check how your Page-Level ads are doing?
You can track your page-level ads performance normally like you do with your other ads unit. Simply go to your adsense Performance reports tab, you will get the page-level ads performance data under the “Vignettes” and “Anchor/overlays” labels in the report.
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