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How to Use Asychronous Code of Adsense For Faster Browsing Experience

How to Use Asychronous Code of Adsense For Faster Browsing Experience
The update of google adsense asynchronous ad code is a fully asynchronous version of the AdSense ad code that offers improved web latency and a better user experience for your site’s visitors. The advantage of the asynchronous code is that it's guaranteed never to get in the way of other parts of your web page loading. This means that users will be able to load the content of your pages
even if they’re having trouble loading the ads. Mobile users in particularly will enjoy less latency when loading web pages, I will teach you on how to use it, and the proper placing of codes in your blogs.

Step 1 Placing the Adsense Asynchronous Script [you'll only do this once in all your ads]
Go to template >Edit HTML>add this script just before the </head>
Step 2 Generate ad codes/ replace your old codes

How to Use Asychronous Code of Adsense For Faster Browsing Experience

Copy all the code and paste it in your existing code
remove 
 
 
As it is already place in step 1 Now enjoy the latest update of Adsense Fast and Easy loading for better browsing experience.

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