How To Put Adsense Ads On WordPress Blogs

 

Insert ads in your post at the place of your choice in a single click. Adds buttons in your toolbar to place ads while writing your post. Now Inserting ads in your post is even simpler than underlining a word. All you need to do is put your Google Adsense code into the boxes provided and then click the corresponding button in tool bar to show the ads at place of your choice in post. Remember showing an ad at the right place in your post can result in much better revenue as compared to placing it randomly or some fixed place. You can also use ad-codes from other providers to show with adsense.

Whenever we meet with publishers, we hear one question over and over again: “How can I use AdSense more effectively to increase my earnings?” We’ve written up our top tips here and encourage you to experiment with them and see how they impact your earnings. Happy testing!

1. Maximize your AdSense coverage In order to maximize your earnings, place three AdSense ad units and three link units on each of your pages. The more ads you display, the more opportunities you have for your users to engage with them.

Also, because some ads are paid on a cost-per-impression (CPM) basis, you will often be paid just for displaying the ads, regardless whether a user clicks on them.

2. Place your ads above the fold Ads that appear higher on the page perform the best. Place your ads so users can see them without scrolling down the page. The more a user has to scroll before finding your ads, the less likely they are to see them and to click on them.

3. Use the best performing ad units Our advertisers’ preferred ad units are the Leaderboard (728×90), the Medium Rectangle (300×250) and the Wide Skyscraper (160×600). By using these popular ad units, you’ll be tapping into a larger pool of competing ads. More ad inventory leads to more competition in the ad auction and ultimately results in higher RPMs for our publishers.

4. Show text and image ads Check your ad units and make sure that you’ve opted-in to displaying text and image ads. By diversifying your ads, you’re able to increase the available inventory for your site. With most text ads paid on a cost-per-click (CPC) basis and most image ads paid on a cost-per-impression (CPM) ad, you can let AdSense determine which ads will maximize your earnings.

5. Complement your content with your ads Your AdSense ads should fit seamlessly within your site to improve your users’ experience. Blend the color of your ads to match the rest of your site and remove the borders around your ad units to help your ads complement your content and enhance your site.

Bonus Tip: Opt-in to Placement Targeting Set up Custom Channels in your AdSense account and opt-in to Placement Targeting. Placement targeting allows our advertisers to bid on a specific ad or group of ad placements on your site. Advertisers are usually willing to bid more for targeted units.

Have additional questions? Check out http://adsense.google.com/support

 

AdSense No-Nos

1. Don’t click on your own ads.

2. Don’t ask others to click on your ads.

3. Don’t include any prohibited site content, including adult content, violence or excessive profanity, drugs (including alcohol and tobacco), or copyrighted material.

4. Don’t modify the AdSense code.

5. Do provide a good user experience.

6. Don’t place more than 3 ad units, 3 link units, and 2 search boxes on any page.

7. Don’t place images near ads in a way that may mislead users into thinking that the images are associated with the ads.

There is certainly a learning curve, but if you’re already running a Web site that sees any number of visitors, you need to get on the ball and start running AdSense if you’re seeking out avenues for earning residual income! If you’re lucky enough, you may end up like one of the few who earn tens-of-thousands of dollars a month on AdSense.