I liked very much your article on how to improve click thru on Google Ads in your article Double your AdSense PPC Click-Through Rate, but my problem is how do I integrate the Google ads in the middle of the article instead of the end? I suspect a code tweak of sorts is needed. On my blog I have the Google ads at the bottom, but perhaps they should be in the middle somewhere. I use WordPress and the Kubrick CSS template for my blog.
Thanks for your kind note. Yes, it took me a while to figure out how to have the Google AdSense advertising appear in the middle of my Weblog entries rather than at the end, and the clue on how this is accomplished is that if you poke around on the home page, category pages and search results page, you’ll see that only the questions are displayed, you have to click onto the individual article page to get the answer.
The Entry Body is where I enter the question, and the answer is specified as being the Extended Entry of the article. If I had a custom RSS feed or wanted to have different information in the feed than in the article, I’d enter that into the Excerpt box: leaving it blank means that MT does its own thing when generating information for the feed instead.
Now, with the Q&A format split neatly into two sections, it’s just a matter of including the Google AdSense code between the two, and that’s done within the actual MT Individual Entry template itself.