hi all hubbers, would you mind informing me on how to place google ads in between texts or between paragraphs so that my readers can easily find them and may be click on them. any help is highly appreciated. thanks and god bless you all
google places the ads in certain places. what you need to do is use separate text capsules. after your first opening paragraph or two, copy and paste your next paragraph or section into a separate text capsule.
this also helps to break up your content so it is easier to read.
also make sure you have ad level setting on high. it is found in Edit mode on the right, click settings and check the level.
Placement of ads is automatically handled on this site. You can't edit or customize the ads.
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