How To add Affiliate Banner HTML Below Post Titles. [+ Google Ads]:


How To add Affiliate Banner HTML Below Post Titles. [+ Google Ads]

Affiliate Marketing: How To add Affiliate Banner HTML below the post title. [Best Way]

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Have you been looking for a way to add your affiliate HTML code below your post title?

Is your answer is yes?

you are at the right place.

But what will make you want to display this ad below your post titles?

Number one priority is to increase affiliate sales and clicks 

Or an advert for your clients if possible.

Well, let's get started.

To Get started you need just 3 (three) tools 

Your affiliate code, internet access, and a PC

If you have everything required to start then let's move on to the tutorial.

Recommended for you: [how To centralize your AdSense code]

#Step 1 

login to your affiliate dashboard and generate the banner you want to display your post title using the HTML and not iframe and save in a text editor.

#Step 2

Login into your blogger dashboard from the drop-down menu choose the blog you want to add the affiliate code.

#Step 3

From the dashboard, go to theme>>edit HTML once the editor finish loading click inside and press Ctrl+F key to find the code below.
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<b:includable id='mobile-post' var='post'>

Also, you can add your AdSense text ads below your post titles.

What to do

Just head over to your AdSense dashboard and generate the text ads.

Then click on parse your AdSense code below this webpage footer

Copy the code and save it to a text editor you will need it in step 5

Step 4

Once you find the above code scroll down until you can find this one below.
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<div class='post-body entry-content' expr:id='&quot;post-body-&quot; +' itemprop='articleBody'>

Step 5

Paste the affiliate banner HTML at the end part of the above code.

For Google ads Users

Paste the parsed AdSense code at the end part of the code  above👆👆👆

And save your theme then preview one of your articles with your mobile phone (CANNOT DISPLAY ON OPERA BROWSERS) and its working already.

if you are not with your mobile device 
Use your PC view the mobile mode in front of your blog URL add /?m=1


Change to your blog address

You should see the code working already.

Do you have anything to say?

Please let me by commenting below.

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