Wrap text around Adsense block in left or right corner

Maybe you have wondered how to wrap text around an Adsense block. You may have noticed that many Wordpress blogs have ad units embedded in top left or right corner of the post content as shown in the picture below.

The main advantage of this Adsense ad placement is that it has the highest CTR on most of the blogs. Adding this ad unit is very simple and requires a code snippet before and after your regular Adsense ad script.

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If you want to add a ad unit in top right corner of your post, then include the red lines below in your ad code:
<div style="float:right;">
Your Adsense ad script
</div>
If you want to place ad unit at left corner, change the float tag to "left":
<div style="float:left;">
Your Adsense ad script
</div>
The most appropriate for this ad placement is 250×250 square ad unit. Placing AdSense unit in the middle of the post, may disturb the reading flow, so I'd recommend to have ad units at the beginning of the post.

If you have any query adding this ad unit in your blog post, just leave a comment below.

13 comments:

  1. thank you so much this tutorial was sooooo easy to follow and more importantly IT WORKED!!!! My blog looks better already. Thank you www.beyoncesbabybump.com

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  2. Thank you! I search many place this one is the easiest to follow. ^^

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  3. I'm really starting to see success after 5 months in the Adsense Program. Tips like these are a plus to help drive my success. Thanks!

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  4. dont'work , the banner is on the left but the text isn't on the right , please help me , my blogger is guide-informatica.com

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  5. Thank you, I've been searching for this :)

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  6. Excellent tip. I will use it on www.checklistmag.com

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  7. Very good,just what i was looking for.Thank you!

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  8. One question i still have...how can i keep distance between my adsense block and the text...cause like this it is touching the side of adsense

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    1. Hi Gabor Sziladi,

      Add this CSS declaration after the semicolon ";"
      margin-left: 10px;
      or margin-right: 10px; if you want to leave more space on the right.
      You can increase the 10px value depending on how far you want the text to move.

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  9. Thanks for this post, I can learn how to place adsense code easily. Thanks again helpblogger

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  10. Thank you buddy, i search everywhere. i almost give up

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