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How can I accomplish this on eleven40 - AdSense Custom Search Ads, here is the implementation guide but I do not understand how to integrate this - https://developers.google.com/custom-search-ads/docs/implementation-guide
Anyone have any ideas?
Any help would be appreciated.
From what I understand, you have to paste your PubId into the code generator, add your parameters, and then paste all the code it generates into the script area which is below the content text box on each page in the back end.
How would I do this though? I understand how to generate the code, but after it is generated where do I put it so it could be implemented with the search.
Paste all the code it generates into the script area which is below the content text box on each page in the back end of your site.
I did that. This are the instructions i was given:
How to Implement Custom Ad Units:
- Create an AdSense custom channel to track custom search ad performance
- Configure your look and feel with our code generator
- Place the code on your site and tie your search engine query to our ads
- Hit the generate code button and embed in your site code
I dont understand how to place the code on the search and tie it to search engine query either? As far as content text box where or what is that?
I got the ad to show on search but I need to tie the search query into the ads? How would I do that. Here is an example of a search query but it is not changing to bbm it is showing the default which is blackberry:
How would I tie it in?
Query variable passed to Google must match user query:
All search queries must originate from individual human end users inputting data directly into a search box. You must send all queries exactly as entered, without editing, modifying, or filtering them. The search box should not be pre-populated with search terms, and publishers may not create links containing pre-populated search terms.
I'm glad you got something working! I think you would be better asking these questions on Google Adsense Forum you are more likely to find the answers there or someone who can help you understand.
They just give you access they are not familiar with the Genesis framework.
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