This plugin hasn’t been tested with the latest 3 major releases of WordPress. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.


AdServe is the advertising server for WordPress. You could setup your banner campaigns using different sized banners, set available impressions and count resulting clicks! Optionally AdServe links ads to blog users so that one could check the campaign results within the Dashboard!

  • Unlimited number of advertisers, banners and zones.
  • Advertisers have web access to real-time reports for their specific campaign.
  • Launch a new browser when user clicks an ad, making it simple for them to return to your site.


Define your banners

Manage -> Ads -> New Ad

  • title – Web site title
  • url – Click destination URL (i.e.
  • src – Image URL (i.e.
  • blog user – (optional) Blog user who could check banner campaign status
  • e-mail – User email
  • zones – Blog zones where AdServe could serve the banner
  • credits – Impression credits ( -1 = Unlimited )
  • active – 1=Active, 0=Offline

It’s necessary to add credits to banners to start display it

Create blog ads-zones

  • Insert in your blog pages/post [!AdServe:zone!]


  • Modify your code (or theme code) adding AdServe(“zone”)
    where zone is the zone definition, i.e. AdServe(“music”)

You could define more times the same zone!

Checking banners campaigns

Linked blog user(s) could access Dashboard -> Ads to check Impressions, Clicks, Ratio and Credits!

Admin could check and edit banner settings within Manage -> Ads


Upload AdServe folder in /wp-content/plugins/ . Then just activate it on your plugin management page. AdServe creates the database table automatically.

Update Override new AdServe version. You are ready!


Is it wp_2.3.x compatible?

Of course!

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