Google Adsense is one of the best ways to monetize your blog. Earlier WordPress users used to integrate Adsense ads with Google official plug-in with a single click but now Google retrieved their Adsense official plug-in. Now so many users are in a dilemma to integrate Adsense Ads on their websites. Are you in the same confusion and searching for the better plug-in to integrate Adsense ads? We can easily integrate Adsense Ads on our website Using Advanced Ads Plugin. In this article, I’ll share how to Integrate Adsense Ads on Website Using Advanced Ads Plugin. Let’s start.
You must have an approved Google Adsense account in order to integrate Adsense ads into your website and make money with it.
What is Google Adsense?
Adsense is an advertising program run by Google that allows publishers to make money by displaying ads on their blogs. It becomes a very popular program that specialized in placing and displaying the text, image and banner ads depends on blog content, user location and much more. Bloggers can generate revenue on Pay-per-click (PPC) or pay-per-impression (PPI) basis.
I’ve already explained about Google Adsense and how it works in my earlier post. This post helps you know most about Google Adsense, ad formats, types of ads and glossary terms.
Apply for a new Adsense account if you don’t have and this Step By Step Guide helps you to create a Google Adsense Account.
How to Integrate Adsense Ads On Website Using Advanced Ads Plugin?
First, we need to create an Adsense code to integrate Adsense ads on your website. Let’s check how to create Adsense code.
Step 1: Login to your Adsense account and click on settings. Go to Ad units under My Ads.
Step 2: Now click on new ad unit to create a new ad.
Step 3: There are 3 different ad types are available and select the ad type which you want to create.
Step 4: Now give a name to that ad for your easy reference and in the ad size section, choose the ad size which you want to display on your website. We always recommend using automatic size responsive ads. This ad size automatically adapts the size based on available space on your website layout.
Step 5: Now you can choose an ad style from available ad styles or you can use default style.
Step 6: Now click on save and get the code. Now copy that code and click on close. This code will be used in next step.
Now login to your WordPress dashboard and install Advanced Ads Plug-In. Refer this step by step guide to know how to install WordPress plugins.
Step 7: Now go to advanced ads plug-in settings after installing the plug-in.
Step 8: Click on new ad option under ads to create a new ad.
Step 9: Now give a name to that ad for your easy reference and select the ad type as Adsense ad.
Step 10: Now paste the code in ad parameter box which we have gathered from Adsense in 6th step and click on get details.
Step 11: Ad details will be fetched now and select the ad type. We have created code for the responsive ad so here I’m selecting type as responsive.
Step 12: Now click on publish button to activate the ad.
We have successfully added the Adsense ads on our website but integration not completed yet. We need to change the settings and add ad placements in order to make them live.
Step 13: Now go to advanced ads settings and click on Adsense. Your publisher id will be automatically added if you added the correct Adsense code.
Step 14: At present, there is no ad limit for Adsense ads but here you can add ads limit to your website and you can select whether you want to insert page level ads.
Now we need to add placements to display the ads on our website.
Step 15: Go to placements and click on new placement.
Step 16: Now select the placement type from available placement types. Give a name and select the ad or group is Adsense and click on save new placement.
Step 17: Now create 2 more Adsense ads like the same way using different placement types.
Now Google Adsense ads are totally integrated into your website which helps to monetize your blog easily.
Hope this article helps you to integrate Adsense Ads On Website Using Advanced Ads Plugin.
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