Congrats, Google AdSense has lifted its ads limit per page policy!
Publishers can now place unlimited AdSense ads on a web page provided that the total number of AdSense ads or third-party ads must not exceed the visible content.
On a blog post written by SEJ, they have confirmed that Google has removed the ad limit policy:
I spoke with a Google representative this afternoon who confirmed the ad limit has been removed.
AdSense Has Removed "3 Ads Per Page Policy"
If you check the AdSense policy page with the web archives WayBack Machine, you can find that the old ad limit policy section which reads "Ad limit per page" has been replaced with "Valuable inventory" section on the updated ad placement policies page.
Ad limit per page
Currently, on each page AdSense publishers may place:
Up to three AdSense for content units
Up to three link units
Up to two search boxes
Publishers may not place more than one "large" ad unit per page. We define a "large" ad unit as any unit similar in size to our 300x600 format.
Previously publishers could add 3 AdSense content units and 2 link units. Premium partners could place up to 6 ads units per page, normal publishers could do it only with the help of certified publishing partners such as Ezoic.
In this tutorial you will learn how to add social sharing buttons to each of your blogger posts. These responsive social sharing buttons will stick to the top or bottom of every blog post. It helps your blog visitors to share your content on social media networks without leaving your blog page.
This sharing gadget for blogspot blogs is a lightweight version of JumboShare Counter. I will thus call it JumboShare Simplified. It loads faster and takes up negligible load time. Load time is a major SEO factor and Google will rank you higher in SERPs only if your webpage loads faster and provides a user friendly interface.
As you’ve probably heard, videos are the single best performing content on social media – by a pretty wide margin. Still as much as that may be true if you were to just publish random videos on your social media pages, you’re likely to find they are a lot less effective than advertised.
The reason for that is simple: There are several different ways in which videos can be used on social media. Before you begin to create or publish any videos, it is important that you understand how videos can be used, and more importantly decide on the way that you intend to use them.