AdSense Easily Integrated into Blogger

Sep 23, 2005 - 9:39 am 0 by
Filed Under Google AdSense

JenSense reports that Enhanced AdSense interface launched on Blogger where you can easily now add AdSense to your Blogger templates. This was something that was very hard for most Blogger users to do, until now. Besides for the standard AdSense features; JenSense says that;

Another unique feature is that in addition to the regular Google AdSense color palettes offered within the account, bloggers can also select "Match Template" or "Blend Template". While some of the Match Template color combinations are on the garish side, a few of the blend templates are not too bad, but still not as "blended" as I would make them for the highest CTR.

You can also select "Custom" from the drop down template menu, and supply your own colors (click the screenshot below for full-size), although there is not the built in color picker available as there is in the regular AdSense control panel.

It literally took me 30 seconds to put up the AdSense ads into one of my blogger blogs. Nice addition.

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