How to Place Adsense Code on your Blog for Fast Approval

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When we apply for Google Adsense, it’s one of our goals to get approved quickly, but if we don’t place our Adsense code correctly on the blog, chances are that the application will fail.

You don’t want to see situation where after a long period of time waiting for Adsense Application reply, the reason they’d give for your rejection is that “we didn’t find Adsense code on your site”.

To prevent this, there are many ways to correctly place Google ad codes on your site so that it’s seen by Adsense review team or crawlers.

One thing to note about placing Google codes is that, Google wants to be able to see those codes on any and every page of your site.

So putting the codes on a single page won’t do, and you definitely can’t decide to place the codes individually on every page or post on your site.

The solution is to look for a part of your site that will appear on every page and post on your site, basically all POST TYPES.

In practice, any script or code in your site header, body and footer tags appear in all pages and posts on your site.

That’s why Google advises you put your Adsense code in your head or body tags.

Ways to Place Adsense Codes on your Site (Implementation)

1. Google Sitekit

I recently listed Google Sitekit plugin as an important plugin to grow your website from scratch.

This is because this Google’s own plugin provides services ranging from analytics, to helping you get your Adsense Application approved with ease and goes as far as helping you set your ads too (auto ads).

Sitekit plugin can connect all your Google services such as Analytics, Search Console, PageSpeed Insights, Google Tag Manager and Adsense together, such that you can have access to all these services in one dashboard.

How to Use Sitekit Plugin to Place Google Adsense Codes

To use Sitekit Plugin to place your Adsense codes all over your site, you first need to install and activate the plugin on your site.

After that follow the steps below:

  • Login to your Adsense account via your email account and submit your application for review.
  • Then login to your Site Admin and click on Sitekit.
  • Navigate to Settings from there and click on Connect Adsense under Available Services.
  • Connect your account by logging in to your Adsense account through that gateway.
  • Grant the plugin the required permissions.
  • Now, when the connection is done, go to Adsense tab under Sitekit.
  • Click on place Adsense codes all over my site.

Once you’ve completed these steps, you’re done. Adsense codes have been implemented on all contents on your site.

The reason why this plugin is just so awesome is because you don’t have to copy any code, everything is automated.

Price: Free

2. Headers and Footers Plugin

The headers are footers plugin has only three usages, it places codes on the header, footer and body of your blog.

This plugin is not limited to only Adsense codes, you can literally use it to place any code you need in these three sections of your site.

The interface of the plugin is very simple and it’s doesn’t have bloated instructions.

It is a great plugin for anyone with little to no experience, especially beginners.

How To use the Header and Footer plugin to Place Google Codes

  • Go to WordPress Plugins repository or click on Add Plugins in your Admin area.
  • Search for the name of the plugin, install and activate it.
  • You should now go to Settings of the plugin.
  • You’ll see three (3) boxes, each for header, body, and footer tags.
  • Paste the ad code you copied from the Adsense application page in either the header or body.
  • If you haven’t copied it, go back to your account do so.

Once you’re done with the last step, the code will be pasted and appear in the section you placed it all over your site.

Price: Free

3. Advanced Ads

This plugin is more advanced and has more features compared to Headers and Footers Plugin.

You can use Advanced Ads plugin to manage and place ads codes in any location on your blog.

However, even though there are several locations you can place your codes, some are restricted to only pro users.

Some of the places you can place your codes for free are body and head tags, before content, after content, inside content and widget area.

They are arranged as shown below;

Place your Adsense codes using Advanced Ads placement
Ad Placements

The placements under the Pro Feature are anywhere in the content, on top of content, middle of content, etc. respectively.

How to use Advanced Ads Plugin to Place Adsense Codes

  • Install the plugin from Admin Area and Activate it.
  • After activation, click on Advanced Ads on the Admin Menu.
  • Navigate to Ads and click on it.
  • Then, copy your Adsense Code and Paste it in the Code box.
  • Name your Ads and click on create.
  • Now go back to Admin area and click on Ad Placements.
  • Choose either Body or Head tags and Choose the Ads you just named.
  • Make sure you choose the Ads that you pasted Adsense Code in.
  • Click on Save New Placement.

Advanced Ads also has the ability to function like Sitekit by automatically imporing your Ads unit and placing them on your site, including Auto Ads.

But that will be after you’ve been approved by Adsense.

Advanced Ads AdSense Settings

4. Ad Inserter Plugin

The Ad Inserter plugin is just like Advanced Ads but gives more placements or ads placeholders for free.

It has a feature that shows you the available places you can place your ads in your current theme so you don’t mistakenly place more than one ads in a particular place.

Although, you can place as many ads in one place as you want, as long as you are aware of it.

The plugin has 16 blocks only. This however, does not translate to the maximum number of ads you can place, it limits the number of codes you can put.

It gives you the ability or opportunity to exclude on include the post type you want the codes to display in as well.

This can be useful if you want the codes that feature on your posts to be absent from your pages, home page, tag pages and category pages or some other way.

Although, the insertion doesn’t have a specific placement inside head or body tags, you can use the Inside HTML element insertion option.

When in comparison with Advanced Ads, it has a simpler interface that even a beginner can work around it easily.

I guess that would explain how the active installation of Ad Inserter is twice that of Advanced Ads.

How to Place Adsense Codes using Ad Inserter Plugin

  • Install the plugin and Activate it from the Admin area.
  • In the admin dashboard, click on Settings.
  • Navigate to Ad Inserter from there.
  • Click on any Block and place your code in the blank space.
  • Check all the options Posts, Homepage, Pages, etc.
  • Go to Insertion.
  • Choose Inside HTML Element.
  • After that, you should go Code Position and choose Before Post.
  • Click on Save Settings 1-16 afterwards.

After doing this, your ads code placement is complete.

Ad Inserter Interface

The plugin also has auto ads feature. That is, you can connect your Adsense account and manage your ads through it directly.

Even though these two plugins have Auto Ads feature, I would advise you use Sitekit for instead, since it’s directly from Google and almost nothing could go wrong.

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Samod Kareem
Samod Kareem

Samod is a web designer, digital marketer, and freelance writer. He loves to write on topics he finds interesting but mostly loves money, and technology matters. He aims to share his knowledge from research with everyone out there looking for an answer.

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