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How to fix Adsense not showing up on some pages of your blog
Once you get verified by AdSense, you get a code for implementation. If AdSense does not show up on certain pages, that is Adsense only come up on some pages of your blog, then you’re losing money. If you are an avid reader of my content, then you know I write based on concrete experience and not copy and paste.
For a fact, there is little or no known solution for AdSense not showing up on some pages on the internet. Most often, AdSense won’t show up on some pages when you switch from HTTP to HTTPS. Google sees this as a site move.
If you’re a victim like I was once, there are few things you can do to resolve why AdSense ad units are not showing up on some of your blog articles. Sometimes, bad themes can cause AdSense ad units to display only on certain pages or don’t display at all.
So should change your theme and see if ads will show up. Else, open that page on different browsers and on a different device.
If ads show up, your main browser cache needs to be cleared. If no ads, open the page in incognito mode. If ads show up, clear your browser.
And If no ads yet, there are six things you can do to resolve Adsense showing up on some certain pages.
9 different way to fix AdSense not showing up on some pages
- Submit that page to search engine console, for re-indexing or use fetch as Google. It may have been flagged for the improper content, stop words or duplicate content, title or meta description.
- Edit the content of the page and change the font (default font)… save and view the page again.
- Add extra word to the title, modify the meta description, save and check the page again
- Change the post category of that page not showing Adsense ad units to another one showing ads, save and check again.
- If you had altered the category of the page before now, that is, you switched, merged or changed the post’s category, change it back to the old category save and check again.
- If you had altered the permalink of the page not showing ads, change it back to the old permalink, save and check again.
- Edit the content in text mode and try to locate if there is a div content – remove it if you find any. Save and check again.
- You can create an ads.txt and upload into your domain root folder
- Re-submit your website to re-indexing
One of these must solve your AdSense issue. The 1st and 5th option solved my AdSense not showing up on certain pages.
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Enebeli Ifeanyi is a graduate of Information science and a Counselor at Fatherprada’s blog. He loves Poetry and Philosophy but hates Mathematics. A reader by day and a writer by night. He hails from Ezionum in Ukwuani L.G.A.