Tucking some Google AdSense ads in posts believed to be able to improve ad revenue click. Google AdSense itself million has provided a special ad slot InArticle i.e. ads that can customize according to the theme discussed in a post. To install or slip multiple ad slots on a blog with Non AMP templates There may be many that can easily implement it.
For blogs with AMP-specific templates that do not support installing InArticle AD code with placements automatically on post paragraphs a specific technique is required. When forcing using the InArticle AD implementation method on the Non AMP Template automatically both the home page and post page will be problematic not to the invalid Setatus blog as full AMP, and to address the placement code of the InArticle Non ads AMP should be removed.
Then how is the solution? Whether using an AMP template we can still implement an ad slot pairing in a post or not? And how can it be applied?
The answer to the question above is that you can apply the installation of several ad slots in the post but as already mentioned above need a special technique is not as easy as putting an InArticle ad on the Non AMP blog.
The solution if you still want to insert or install multiple ads in between the post paragraphs is by manual using the following AMP-specific ad install code:
The solution if you still want to insert or install multiple ads between the post paragraphs is by manual using the following AMP-specific ad Install code: < br/>
<amp-ad data-ad-client='ca-pub-1012461088863333' data-ad-slot='4931122222' height='90' layout='fixed-height' type='adsense'> </amp-ad>
For the types of ads you can specify where you can type Display ads, InArticle ads, and also ads Link, but for blogs with APM templates recommended Display ad slots.
If you previously used a Non-Amp template and have dozens or hundreds of posts published, the solution is to re-edit the post in HTML mode and then insert some ad slots using the code above. Obviously, this is a very troublesome job, but that's the risk of switching to an AMP template.
So that you don't get tired of having to re-edit the post with the intention of tucking ads, then you can work on it when there's really no work, or you can also select multiple posts published with High traffic only.
Switching to the Full AMP version template is easy but difficult for the application to allow the blog and posts to be completely Valid AMP is primarily a Non-AMP auto ad Install code that needs to be removed and replaced by the ad pairing specific methods and codes in AMP templates. Such as for example an InArticle ad installation that must be manually.