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Friday, January 17, 2020



Google Adsense is one of the simplest thanks to monetizing your blog. For any bloggers, one can quickly add Text ads, link ads and AdSense for search. Adsense for search helps to spice up your earning and at the highest of it, it helps your readers to seek out content on your blog. Even if you're not using Adsense for search, you ought to have an inquiry box on your blog to form sure that your readers can find content within your blog. Moreover showing search results within your blog will help to lower down bounce rate.

When we configure Adsense for search, we've two options to point out search results:

  • Within Blog page
  • On Google page

To retain the visitor on your blog and lower down the bounce rate, it’s an honest advice to point out the search result within your blog. In this tutorial, I will be able to be sharing how you'll create Adsense for search and show the results within your blog page.

You can earn money with Google Adsense for Search then why not Migrate to it? Want to migrate? Huh! Read this tutorial! I know, most you'll realize Google Adsense for search but it’s great to let people know who don’t know that they're losing a handsome amount of money from their search results.


In this tutorial, I will be able to be using New Adsense interface as an example and if you continue to use the old Adsense interface, you'll click on “Try the new Adsense interface” top right to get into new Adsense dashboard.

1) Open your Adsense account, click on “My Ads”, select “Search” from left, click on “Custom Search Engines” and click on “New Custom Search Engine”.

New Adsense Custom search
2) Fill your name, keywords and every one the opposite data.

3) In “What to Search”, select “Only Sites I select” and write the entire URLs (Including HTTP://) of the sites you would like to look at. You may only add your site to point out results from your blog/site.

4) In “Search Results and Ad location”, scroll to “Search Results” and choose “On my website using an iframe”.5) Now login to WordPress dashboard and make a replacement WordPress page. This page is going to be the place where the search results would be shown. It’s better to make a page name with “Search” and don’t forget to use a no-index tag for that page. So let’s assume your page name is

6) So in the above image, in URL Field, you will be adding Replacing domain name with your actual domain name.

7) Click on “Save and get the code”. You will get two codes. The 1st code is for displaying the search box, and therefore the 2nd one is to be added within the page where you'll wish to show the search results i.e., the page you create in the 5th step.

8 ) Open your WordPress Dashboard and open HTML editor of the page you created in 5th step. Paste the 2nd Adsense you bought within the previous step.

9) Create a text widget and paste the first Adsense code.

10) All is well! You are done, Start earning from Search results.

[*] If your search box is looking big, find “size=” within the 1st Adsense code and set its value to a lesser amount.

Many Adsense publishers claimed that the search box helps them to get an honest revenue. You can always configure ad placement for search while setting the ad or edit the already created channel from the dashboard.

Do allow us to know if you're using Adsense for search and are you showing search results on your blog page, otherwise, you letting your readers move faraway from your blog?

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