The Bloggers blog design is very different from the WordPress layout, both of them differ in their uniqueness and customization also varies according to the themes and templates used. What both has in common is that they are both drag and drop.
Click the Edit button on any widget you want to edit, and insert any text of your choice.
Add a Gadget feature in the blog layout
The add gadget feature allows you to add any widget to any area of your blog. Such as adding Adsense codes, Facebook like widget, category tags, Twitter feeds, featured post, profile and much more. What more that makes it easy when customizing a bloggers blog is that it’s easy to move about, you can play around with it. If you are not pleased with where a widget is, all you need to do is to drag it to where you want it to be.
How to add Adsense codes to bloggers blog
Bloggers should know that Adsense has an option to add codes to your blog by default if you choose to turn on the feature. Before trying to post Adsense codes on your blog, your blog must have been approved by Google Adsense. I will be talking more on how to get Adsense approval fast in my subsequent posts. Some bloggers might consider it to be a very rigorous and frustrating thing to do, but when you have followed the necessary steps, your blog will get approved at once.
My blog got approved in less than a month after I applied, I must have applied up to 4 times or thereabout, but my blog got approved in less than a month. I will be giving you the steps I used to get approval soon.
Click on Add Gadget anywhere on your template layout, choose the Text/HTML widget,
Another alternative is to add an Adsense widget, and all you need to do is to customize and choose your ad sizes.
Done. You have just added Adsense code to your blog.
However, the same method applies when you are adding ad codes from other Ad Networks which you might be using with Adsense or if you are using Adsense alternatives (e.g. Chitika, infolinks, Adquet, Clicksor, etc.)
The mistake most bloggers make is adding ad code sizes where they don’t fit in. I have been doing blog/website evaluation for bloggers for the past five months, and I have seen bloggers placing ad codes in an awful way. There are different ad sizes such as 160×60, 728×90, etc. each of them has where they fit in on your blog. Instead of having an ugly looking blog because you can’t correctly place codes, you can hire a professional to get it done for you. I will come up with a tutorial on how to use proper ad sizes in subsequent posts.
With this, I hope you will be able to customize your blog and make it look attractive.
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