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How to resize your Google Adsense ad to fit your page

  • On my website employmentdrama.com I have included a section for google adsense but unfortunately the banner advertisement doesn’t fit quite right. Here is a link to the problem: http://employmentdrama.com/. On the homepage scroll all the way to the bottom and you will see my advertisement banner. Thank you for your help.

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  • Moderator Andrew Nevins

    @anevins

    Forum moderator

    I’ve scrolled all the way to the bottom and I don’t see your banner.
    By the way, you need only link your website once.

    It is near the bottom. Right after the beginning of my second post. It is very obvious.

    Moderator Michael

    @alchymyth

    Forum Moderator

    adsense ads are not responsive to changes in the browser width.

    there are some ideas using jQuery or javascript: web search ‘make google adsense responsive’

    to start with, your chosen ad format is too wide for even a stamdard width browser monitor;

    choose the next smaller format; for instance a ‘banner 468*60’ or integrate one of the more square ones into the posts content;

    there is plenty space in the sidebar – for instance add a ‘wide skyscraper 160*600’

    there will always be a problem when you narrow the browser width …

    ps:
    http://support.google.com/adsense/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=1354747

    Are you sticking it in a post or into a widget area? I find the banners are rather fugly usually and don’t produce much of a clickthrough. You could try doing a widget and sticking a small square ad or a banner ad into it. (the person above me actually has a good idea)
    Google likes you to have their ads on the top section of your page (i forget the link but it shows you how each..area of your website measures up with visibility with ads and such).

    I saw your post in the other forum and I’ll probably go over there. I think your website is a great idea, but I’ll get yelled at if I respond to it up here in this post so see you down there.

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