Ad code implementation
About Page-level ads
Page-level ads are a family of ad formats that offer a new and innovative way for you to monetize your content. With Page-level ads, you place the same piece of ad code once on each page that you want to show the ads. Once you've added the code, AdSense will automatically show Page-level ads at optimal times when they’re likely to perform well for you and provide a good experience for your users.
The key features of Page-level ads include:
They're simple to set up. With Page-level ads you only need to place the ad code on your pages once, and you put the same ad code on each page.
They're optimized. To ensure that you and your users get the most from this ad format, AdSense will only show Page-level ads when they’re likely to perform well and provide a good user experience.
It's easy to change Page-level ad settings. Once you've added the ad code to your pages, you can turn individual Page-level ad formats on or off from the My ads tab in your AdSense account. The ad code remains the same, even when you change your Page-level ad settings.
We don't count them as "advertisements" when evaluating your site for compliance with our valuable inventory policy.
Currently, the Page-level ads family includes the following ad formats:
Anchor/overlay ads are mobile ads that stick to the edge of the user's screen and are easily dismissible.
|Some important things to know about anchor/overlay ads:
Vignette ads are mobile full-screen ads that appear between page loads on your site and can be skipped by users at any time.
|Some important things to know about vignette ads: