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Why Google AdSense Ads Not Appearing on Blogs? 4 Causes

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I Already registered on Google Adsense, but why don't the ads appear? Those are some of the questions that beginner bloggers often ask.

Google Adsense Ads Not Appearing on Blogs

Causes Why Ads Not Appearing on Blogs

Please note that several things cause ads not to appear on the Blog, namely:

Blog Not yet Connected to Google Adsense account

It must first connect the Blog we advertise to the Google Adsense account. How to connect the Blog and Google Adsense is relatively straightforward:

  1. Open Google Adsense Dashboard
  2. Select Site
  3. Press the Add Site button
  4. Enter the Blog Domain or Subdomain
  5. Press Save and continue
  6. Copy the Adsense code in the box
  7. Open a new tab, go to Blogger and click on Themes
  8. Touch the inverted triangle and select Edit HTML
  9. Find the <head> code, then paste the code that you copied earlier under < authority>
  10. Go back to the Google Adsense tab, then press Request Review

Sometimes review takes time, and new ads appear when the site is accepted.

Blog Not Enabled custom ads.txt

In 2021, Google Adsense reminded you always to activate custom ads.txt on the Blog. How to enable custom ads.txt is as follows:

  1. Open Blogger
  2. Select Settings
  3. Activate the green tick in the Monetization section
  4. Hit the custom ads.txt area to edit
  5. Enter the following code
google.com, pub- 000000000000000 , DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0
  1. Replace the number 000000000000000 with your AdSense code
  2. If you don't know the code, open a Google Adsense account
  3. Then look at the URL address; your code is written there
  4. After that Save

If you've done the steps above, but the ad doesn't appear either, try doing the following:

Check Posting Time and Number of Article Pageviews

Posting time and the number of visitors who stop by each article are very influential on whether or not ads appear on the Blog.

Newly published articles usually take time to be indexed by Google Search Engines, especially new blogs that are rarely updated.

How to Check Post Time and Number of Pageviews?

  1. Open Blogger
  2. Select Post
  3. See the very end of the Dates and Numbers section (Pageviews per article)
So, pageviews are one of the things that significantly affect whether or not ads appear quickly. While posting, it can be tricked by manually indexing articles in Google Search Console.

How to Get Articles Indexed Fast?

The faster the article is indexed, the easier it is for Google Adsense to implement its ads in the report.

Before Google displays ads on a Blog, Google will first identify what topics the Blog discusses.

Google, with its algorithms, always tries to show ads that are relevant or related to the topics discussed. Unless there is no ad stock for that topic, Google will randomly select ads.

To help Google understand the articles we make, we can do a manual index using Google Search Console.

This guide proceeds to index instructions for all registered in Google Search Console, including a blog sitemap.

  1. Open Google Search Console
  2. Copy the URL address of the article you just posted
  3. Paste it into the URL Inspection field, press Enter
  5. Then, press the TEST ACTIVE URL to check the status.

Pages that are successfully indexed usually have a green tick.


When opening a new article on the Blog, try to refresh the page 2 to 3 times. This method is proven to be successful in attracting ads to appear quickly.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why are my Google AdSense ads not appearing on my Blog?

There could be a few reasons your AdSense ads are not appearing on your Blog. Some possible causes include the following: Your AdSense account has yet to be approved. Your AdSense code is not correctly placed on your Blog. Your Blog needs more traffic to generate ad impressions. Your Blog's content may not be in compliance with AdSense policies. Your Blog may have been flagged for invalid activity.

How can I fix the issue of AdSense ads not appearing on my Blog?

To fix the issue of AdSense ads not appearing on your Blog, you can try the following steps: Check that your AdSense account is approved and in good standing. Ensure that your AdSense code is placed correctly on your Blog and that it is not being blocked by any ad-blocking software. Increase your Blog's traffic by promoting it on social media, search engines, and other platforms. Ensure your Blog's content complies with AdSense policies by reviewing the program policies and removing any prohibited content. Check your Blog's performance report in AdSense to identify any flagged issues. Contact the AdSense support team to help you if you still face issues.

What are the AdSense policies that my Blog's content must comply with?

AdSense policies that your Blog's content must comply with include: Prohibiting copyrighted content, adult content, and hate speech. No promotion of harmful or derogatory content. No promotion of illegal activity or drugs. No promotion of misleading or inaccurate content. No promotion of content that is violent, threatening, or abusive. It is essential to regularly review and understand AdSense policies to avoid any issues with your account and ensure that your AdSense ads appear on your Blog.

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