AdSense Booster Plugin , Add AdSense right After Tag

AdSense Booster Plugin , Add AdSense right After Tag

AdSense Booster Plugin 
This is a great practice, which will multiply with your current click rate and give a new boost to your mainly Adsense revenue. By having a large container of plug-ins for WordPress blogs such as Quick Adsense, WP users no longer have to worry about adding AdSense to any part of the blog, but we don't have plugins that automatically work with Blogger Work from So my main focus this week is on creating additional plugins that can give you an extra front experience. Thanks to our developer Ahmed Nasser who created the script at this time, the ad paragraph (post summary) or the read more button (jump pause) will automatically insert your AdSense ad automatically. HTML tag "<! - more ->" linked Identifies for further reading. In JavaScript disabled browsers, the ad field appears at the end of the post. After reading this line, you can see the demo on our blog…
(468X60 AdSense for content advertising can be found below).
Update: I have disabled ad serving for browsers with JavaScript disabled.

Blogger script installation

  1. Go to Blogger> Template
  2. Back up your template
  3. Check the "Expand Widget Template" box
  4. Search <head>
  5. If you have not already used the jQuery script in your blog then just paste the following jQuery code
<script src='' type='text/javascript'/>
6.   Next paste the following code below <head>

<script type='text/javascript'>



Optional: If you want to display ads in two places, read more tags below and remove the yellow code highlighted at the end of the post. Remove yellow highlight code as shown below # 8
    7. Now find the following code:
      8. Paste the following code below it:
<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == &quot;item&quot;'>
<div style="display:none;">
<div id='MBT-google-ad'>
</div>  </b:if>
Replace the bold text above your AdSense code. The code you copied from your Google Adsense account must first be coded to work with the Blogger template. Copy and encrypt the code using the following MBT tool.

Copy the encoded code from the MBT HTML encoder and paste it in bold text: encoded ADSENSE code here

      9. Save your template, you're all done!

Go to your blog and then any post page and you will see an ad hanging just after the first paragraph of the summary. :)