I have a blog published in the Blogger platform, and I want to put ads on it. Now I want to maximize the earning potential by placing ads inside the post or in-line with text. Some bloggers say its illegal, claiming that their accounts were banned because of this implementation while others say its okay, it even increased their revenue.
I read this post showing the method on how to put ads inside post:
http://www.spiceupyourblog.com/2009/12/ … -blog.html
Is it okay to implement this method on Blogger? Will this violate Google Policy?
If it is adense or anything similar you cannot conceal in any way that the ad is an ad.
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