A big issue most new AdSense publishers face is not being able to control the way ads appear on their website. Most people don’t know how to stop Google ads from appearing on every page of their websites – pages that you maybe don’t need ads on or that violate AdSense Policy.
You can easily control the way AdSense ads appear on your website by creating ad units and pasting them on the exact section and pages you want ads seen.
Another way to go about it is by activating auto ads and selecting a global setting that disables ads within selected pages. This guide will show you how to do exactly that.
How to remove Google ads from some pages using auto ads
First, you need to setup auto ads on your website.
After setting up auto ads, follow the steps below to disable ads on pages you don’t want them seen.
Step 1: Login to your your AdSense dashboard and click on My ads>>Auto ads>>New URL group
Step 2: Select URLs
The next thing you need to do is to enter all the URLs you want to choose a new global setting for…click on ‘Add URL’.
You can add as many URL as you want to stop Google ads from displaying on.
After you are done adding, select those URLs and click on next.
In my own case, I’m trying to prevent ads from displaying in my about, disclosure, contact, privacy and how to start a blog page, so I have all those pages selected.
Step 3: Select ad settings for new URL groups
Since you don’t want ads displaying on those pages, toggle off all ads format for those pages and click on ‘next‘.
Step 4: Review You ads settings
You have to choose a name for your URL group – for reference purpose. In my case, I have named it ‘no ads on selected pages‘. After naming your URL group, click on SAVE.
If you have auto ads enabled on your whole website, this setting should take effect within 10 to 20 minutes.
That’s all about stopping Google ads from displaying on pages you don’t want to see them on. If you have any questions, feel free to ask using the comment section of this post.