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[FIXED] Please correct the error on this form - Cant set google adsense


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Are you a blogger or website owner using blogger platform trying to set up your google adsense associated with your blog and getting frustrated with error messages as “Please correct the errors on this form” or “could not save earning settings” or “google adsense cant show on classic themes” 9jaedublog is here to help you set-up and diagnosed your blogger website.


Try trouble shooting your website and your browser, use google chrome incognito tab or clear your browser history and data then load your website again. Try also on other devices and PC to check if its displaying ads.

Try the new blogger, cause probably the old version of blogger is stopping you from doing that, use PC and mobile to check also but in the new version of blogger.

Check also if the account logged in on your blogger dashboard is the account associated to your google adsense account you are using on your blog, you can have up to 3 google accounts to one blog and one of them is the main account for adsense, so if you are not logged in, you will get some errors with blogger.

Cant Show ads between your posts

Sign in to Blogger. In the top left, choose the blog where you want to show ads.
From the menu on the left, click Layout.
Based on your template:
In "Blog Posts," under "Page Body," click Edit.
In "Blog Posts," under "Main," click Edit.
Check the box next to "Show Ads Between Posts."
Choose the ad format, colors, and how often you want the ads to show up.
Click Save. If you are getting the error message at this step just try reverting to the new blogger or go back to the earnings page and turn off the ads to no and come back to set show ads in blog post and save to see, if it didn't save don't worry. Just continue with the tutorial.
To save the arrangement, in the bottom right, click Save.



What to do if AdSense doesn't turn on

Important: To check that your account is still active, go to AdSense.

Sign in to Blogger, in the top left, choose a blog from the menu on the left, click Layout. Under the AdSense gadget, click Edit and then Save. Repeat again for each AdSense gadget on your blog. At the bottom of the "Blog Posts" gadget, click Edit and then Save.
To save the arrangement, in the bottom right, click Save.

Set up an ads.txt file

If your blog is monetized with third-party providers or you’ve manually integrated AdSense in your blog, you need to manually set up the content of the ads.txt file. Learn more about ads.txt for AdSense.

Sign in to Blogger. In the top left, choose the blog you want to set up, from the menu on the left, click Settings. Under "Monetization," turn on Enable custom ads.txt, click Custom ads.txt.

Copy the settings from your third-party monetization provider and paste them in the text box. Click Save.
Tip: To check the content of your ads.txt file, go to http://<your blog address>/ads.txt.

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  1. The new blogger ui has some adsense error indicators, a bit better from the old ui which does not state what the errors might be. Hope the blogger team would add more features...

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    1. Absolutely yes, we hope for more functions. Another error i noticed, when i make a blog post with the new UI, the first image found on a blog post is usually the cover photo for my feeds on index page. The issue i have is the image doesn't show up in bottom or sidebar feed (related topics, popular posts, suggested feeds...etc). So i usually use the old blogger to make posts.

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