How Many Adsense Ads do you Put in a Page?

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Adsense was a bit strict the past couple of years. They had a lot of policies that limited what website and blog owners could do. Like for instance setting a maximum limit of 3 Adsense ads per page. Back then, I made sure that I only had 3 ads on each of my posts and pages in fear that I might violate the adsense policy.

But Google made an important announcement last August 2016. They removed the limit of ads that could be put in pages! Web owners could now put ads in access of 3.

Now, I'm wondering, how many ads do you now put on your pages and posts? And what types of ads are they? Text ads? Image ads? Link ads? And what sizes do you put and where?
 

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This is a great question--on one of my blogs, there are three "widget" spaces on each page which populate with ads. However, I am curious as to what is appropriate or not or smart or not. Sites which have more ads than content are always a turn-off for me. Unlimited ads is an exciting concept, but how should we limit ourselves in these endeavors?
 

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I use adsense on my blogs and websites. Usually, I have three ad units, on the top of the page, on the bottom of the page and inside the content. I also use affiliate ads and when I am using affiliate ads, I use on the side bar. I never have more than 5 ad units on my webpages. Having many ads do not mean you will be earning more, instead it will create a cluttered look. When your website has many ads, it will be a turn off to your visitors and subscribers.
 

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I usually use 4-6 ads. Two on top, two in the middle and two at the bottom. This works best. Also it is important that you align them at the centre. Image ads have their own advantages, so I rely more on them. Text ads: I have used them in the past, but don't use them now. For the link ads, it's the same. It has become a thing of the past for me. Most visitors don't like to be redirected to something which they aren't aware of, so I avoid it. The best thing to do would be to use a mixture of these. Also, don't overdo it. Too many ads and it will mar the user's experience. Too little and you're unlikely to benefit anything. So keep it at the safe side.
 

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I only use two to three ads and i think it is the advised number of ads you should run in your website. Ads is the reason sometimes why visitors do not stay on your page because it irritates them. I know ads is the reason how we earn in blogging but too much is not an ideal way of attracting visitors. You should be smart enough on running advertisements in your website. Use ads wisely in your page.
 

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I only put two ads on my content, one on top and one on the side. It's important to limit your ads to a certain number so that it won't drive away visitors from your site. And avoid popups since those are the most annoying ads. Focus on your content and your viewers will follow.
 

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up to three kink you can, but if less is the number of adds more reliable for visitors because more adds may irritate visitors and it may visitors get anger and don't visit again
so its necessary to be with client and that's why less the add and more visitors attract on your website
 

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Two to three adds per page is enough. Too many adds will cause the users to left the site because if they are reading interestingly, they actually wants to know about your sites or services then too may adds will interrupt them which is not good.


I would suggest to place the first add on top, second at middle and third one is in-between.
 

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There is no one size fits all solution, Google lifted the 3 adsense block limit because it has sense for large pages in which you need to do a lot of scrolling (specially on mobile). For smaller pages you don't need that many ads, so it really depends on your content length.
 

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I am using three ads per page on my page.One at the top, second on the side and third on the last lower side.It is a combination of text and image.I don't put ads more three because I dont like my page to look an advertisement page :D
 

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Ads are making people mad, - personally, seeing a bunch of ad in a blog will make me bang my computer to the floor - the lower amount of ads you have, the more satisfied visitors you get. To my way of thinking, I would suggest people put their ads right between the title of the blog and the body of the text (an image ad with a size of 550x120), inside the body of the text (as an image format, usually on the right-hand-side, with a size of 350x300, 300x250, 250x200), and on the end of the body text (550x225.) Sometimes I also use Amazon's affiliate link, to maximize income, the position of this link is usually written on the body text, using a hyperlink. 3 ads are the thing that I use, it is enough to make extra money.

P.S. All measurements are in the scale of units
 

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As much as possible just don't put to much as it may degrade user experience so I would say 3 depending on how much content the page has.
 

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Publishers can now place:

1) More than three AdSense for content ad units on a given page.
2) More than three Link ad units on a single page.
3) More than one large ad unit per page.
Hope this helps. I generally follow kuware.com for Marketing related info.
 

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Google has lifted the limit restrictions. As long as your ads do not exceed your content, there is no upper limit on the number of ads on a single page. It’s important that if you decide to place more than 5-6 ad units, and you are placing them sitewide using a plugin, you might be spamming your own short posts with a large number of ads.

So, I usually refer you to use 3 or 4 ads.

There are many different options available for the placement of ads, but I highly recommend using a minimum and best of ad units or utilizing adverts only at the bottom or on the sidebar.
 

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Personally, if I open a page and see that it is covered with adsense ads in the header, sidebar, etc. I just close the page and go elsewhere. Maybe that's just me though.
 
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