- 1 How to add adfly on blogger
- 1.1 A basic introduction to adf.ly:-
- 1.2 Getting your hands on AdF.ly:-
- 1.3 Adding AdF.ly to blogger:-
- 1.4 NOTE: – Code shown above in image is for reference purpose only, make sure you copy code from your account.
How to add adfly on blogger
A basic introduction to adf.ly:-
Hello to all “Bazookas” reading this post, today we are going to talk about Adfly and fix the banner issue that many users are reporting.
Well, AdFly doesn’t need any introduction to be honest, but it’s my responsibility to inform you.
AdFly is a URL shortening service which shrinks larger URL into the smaller one, and the good thing is that they pay for every click on their link.
Getting your hands on AdF.ly:-
Before you add Adfly on Blogger, you need an account on Adfly. So, please signup for an Adfly account. After registering an account, you may proceed further.
Adding AdF.ly to blogger:-
Now it’s time to add Adfly to your blog whether it is Blogger or WordPress.
It is relatively easy to add in WordPress as it features integrated plugin so nothing more to talk about that.
So now we talk about adding it to blogger.
Adding website entry script to blogger:-
First, make sure that you have signed in into your Adfly account, now click on tool button and then select website entry script tab.
copy code from the box (similar to the code as shown above).
NOTE: – Code shown above in image is for reference purpose only, make sure you copy code from your account.
The method shown above is for interstitial links, but now it’s time to add website entry script with the banner.
All you have to do is to change only a single line of previous code.(as shown above)
The following image will explain that:-
After making this change and click on save button.
When we are talking about website entry script with an interstitial link, it means that when a visitor access your blog, he’ll come across with a “skip ad” advertisement first instead of your blog. But when you select website entry script with a banner, he’ll come across directly to your blog with a banner flashing at the top.
Which is better by the way?
In my opinion, website entry script with banner is way better than website entry script with interstitial link because of following reasons:-
Interstitial link annoys visitors as they have to skip ads every time they want to visit your blog. As a result, they may leave your blog.
Even though banner pays less as compared to interstitial link (nearly half payout) but it is better to have half payout instead of half traffic.
Adding full page script to blogger:-
Full page script turns all links from your blog to adf.ly links so if you have a lot of link on your blog, or you want to change every link to Adfly links automatically; it is indeed a good idea.
To add Full page script to the blogger you have to perform an almost similar method.
Some users are facing this issue due to which your banner won’t load at all even if you add website entry script with the banner.
Here is the solution:-
Your banner stops loading when you visit your own banner multiple times and Adfly don’t like that.
To fix this issue, you only need to remove that HTML widget ( which is causing the problem) and add it again.
After adding that open your blog and click on any link (can be your any post), if a pop-up appears after clicking then you are all set.
Don’t worry about it if you still can’t see your banner because other visitors will see that usually.