Easily place and rotate ads on inside your blog posts, templates, or sidebar widgets. Simple to use, powerful features. Used by thousands of blogs.
Advertising Manager will automatically import your settings from Adsense Manager. There is no modification necessary. In addition, Advertising Manager will accept the Adsense Manager ad calls ('') as well.
= I previously used Adsense Deluxe plugin for WordPress. Do I need to reconfigure my ads? Advertising Manager will automatically import your settings from Adsense Deluxe. There is no modification necessary. In addition, Advertising Manager will accept the Adsense Manager ad calls ('') as well.
Yes. Advertising Manager is localised. If your blog is in another language, and Advertising Manager shows in English, then it is most likely that a translation has not been done. Don't worry - if you are a native speaker in English as well as your local language, you can help out! Information on how to get involved can be found here:
NOTE: Translations are in the process of being upgraded to a new technology - updated instructions will happen in the next version
Yes. Advertising manager allows you to rotate ads, easily turn on/off ads, place them in your blog, and many features other than configuration of the ad colors and format. It a critical tool to use if you want to make more from your advertising.
For some ad networks (e.g. newer Adsense tags, WidgetBucks, Adroll, etc.) the dimensions of ads are managed through the online interface. There is no way to change these settings from within the WordPress system that would work reliably. You do not have to update these dimension settings if you update your Ad online, however, it can be useful in correctly identifying 'Alternate Ads' for AdSense blocks.
There is a (nice tutorial here)[http://www.tamba2.org.uk/wordpress/adsense/] which explains positioning using code in template files. You can use this together with Advertising Manager: just place the ad code tags where it says "place code here".
More detailed instuctions can be found in the documentation: Concepts - Placing ads on your blog
Requires: 2.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.1
Last Updated: 2014-7-21
3 of 3 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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