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How do I install Native Ad Banner on a WordPress based site?

There are many ways to insert native ad code into your WordPress based site. But first of all, make sure to add your site before proceeding with this tutorial.

Note: This tutorial only works for a self-hosted WordPress site and a premium version of the wordpress.com subscription (with its own domain). It will not work for the free version of wordpress.com with or without using own domain name.

This is a Native Ad demo if you need to know how does it display on publishers site:

There is a number of size of the native ad that you can choose:

  • 200×200 (most recommended)
  • 300×200

1. First, you need to create an ad code. In the publisher dashboard, select ADS CODES and choose the CREATE button. Enter the information that is required to create a native ad code. Then, click the CREATE AD CODE button.

  • Ad Display – choose Native
  • Ad Code Type – choose CPC/CPM/CPA (Learn more)
  • Targeting Site – choose your added site
  • Ad Type – choose Text+Image
  • Ad image dimension (in px) – for this tutorial, we will select 200×200
  • Custom CSS and JS – leave it as default
  • Make Ad Responsive – checked

2. After clicking the CREATE AD CODE button, you will be directed to the next page. Copy all the ad code in the AD DISPLAY CODE and paste it into a note or any Wordpad. You can also change the text and background color and border type but make sure to save the setting by clicking the UPDATE AD CODE button. Please copy again the regenerated ad code.

3. To insert the ad code into your WordPress site the easiest way, we will guide you by using the WP Quads plugin for WordPress. It’s an Adsense and IgniterAds compatible plugin. Please install the WP Quads plugin and activate it. Using WordPress version 5 and above? No worries. We have tested it and works great.

4. Go to your WordPress dashboard. Click the WP QUADS on the left column and choose Ad Settings. Now, copy and paste the ad code into the WP Quads Ad Settings (Ad 3). Make sure to tick the Plain Text/HTML/JS and not the AdSense.

5. For the best result, follow our settings below. Usually, the trending of inserting the native ad is at the end of a post. So, we recommend only one ad per post or page (Ad 3).

Note: For the Post Types above, you can also enable both post and page.

Blog sidebar

6. You can also place the ad code into your sidebar widget either left or right. Simply go to Ad Settings in WP Quads and choose the WIDGET ADS tab. Choose Plain Text/HTML/JS and paste the ad code. Leave the Layout as default (center).

7. Now on your WordPress dashboard (left column), go to Appearance and choose Widgets. Make sure that the AdsWidget1 (WP QUADS) is already listed in the Primary Sidebar. If not, drag the widget (on the left) into the Primary Sidebar.

This tutorial is perfect for a plain WordPress theme. If you are using a different theme and facing difficulty, please consult the theme developer.

See Also: Tips On How To Increase Revenue As A Publisher

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