Best Google Adsense Placement for Blogs and Forums

By 24-02-2011   AdvertisingBloggingGoogleTutorials

Where should you place Google Adsense ads for  highest CTR? Here are the best Adsense placement tips for blogs/ forums as suggested by Google Adsense team itself.

Google Adsense shares new recommendations for ad implementation, (which will vary depending on your web page), but are the outcome of Adsense testing across millions of blogs and forums. Of course the  best way is to optimize your site through regular experimentation.

Best Adsense Placement for Blogs

Google Adsense ads on your homepage. 728×90, 160×600, 300x250px Adsense ad units work best for high CTR.

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Google Adsense ads on your article pages. 160×600, 336x280px

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Best Adsense Placement for Forums

Google Adsense ads on your forum homepage, category, post page 728x90px banner is by far the best choice when used wiht link units.

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So follow these Adsense placement guidelines and improve your CTR to make money online. Read more Adsense tips. You can also get official support via Google AdSense Optimization Specialists.

37 comments on “Best Google Adsense Placement for Blogs and Forums

  1. ish kumar says:

    Good Article, but most of the blog templates cant provide us Centre Ad placement, does any one tell me that – “is it ok to put the ad code in between our Post / Posts ?

    • QuickOnlineTips says:

      Finally it depends as every website has a different design. If center palcement gets you good CTR, go for it.

      • Swamykant says:

        I have tried this and it work well. But the problem is we have add the code manually

        Otherwise the site won’t look good. If you are premium adsense user, then it is good to have a unit with the same width of post content. we can find such examples @ physorg.com and sciencedaily.com

        • QuickOnlineTips says:

          Well premium Adsense users can have all the fun in Adsense placement.

  2. Kader says:

    Very nice topic .

  3. akhan says:

    In the end it all depends on the design of a particular site.

  4. Dalas says:

    Thanks for the post, this actually makes me feel better, as my site does not have anywhere to place an opt-in box above the fold OR to place ads on the right hand side, which usually convert better than ads on the left hand side. But there is a lot of area in the middle of the page that I can use for ads which, apparently, is also a good placement!

  5. Ish Kumar says:

    actually my question is that : “can we put the Adsense Code in BETWEEN (inside) our POST” but as i remember if we put the adsense code in between our post as well as top and bottom as well —– so- will it comes under the terms of voilatin ? because more then 3 Banner Ads not Allow ?

    • QuickOnlineTips says:

      You can put your adsense ads inside posts, before posts and after posts. Inside posts has best CTR. More than 3 banners not allowed / will not work.

      • Ish Kumar says:

        Thanks QuickOnlineTips…. it is good to know that “Inside Post has best CTR”…. Thanks for shairing valuable tip.

  6. blog says:

    I need post because i am new..i dnt know where top place adsense..my questions is can we put adsense code just above the contents below the heading of article..Thanks in advance.

  7. BrainCandy says:

    Good info thanks.

    What plugins do you use to place your adsense?

  8. Ish Kumar says:

    Hi friends please tell me that whether we can mix adsense with other Ad Programs Like Adbrite ? and what is google approved networks ?
    Thanks, I.K. Sachdeva.

  9. Tech Crates says:

    Excellent placement tips…I am using the placements 1 and 3 combined on my blog.

  10. Gustavo - Negocios Innovadores says:

    Nice Tips.
    I have the homepage1 but instead of the top ad of 728×90 i use the 365×250 it works better in my case.

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