Easily publish different types of text link products and in-content ads from linkworth.com.
If in the WordPress administration panel you have an option called 'widgets' under the 'design' or 'theme' menu, click on it. If the resulting page allows you to add widgets, your current theme uses widgets. if you do not see the link, or you receive a message that your theme is not widget enabled, your theme does not use widgets.
The widget is called 'Links Widget' under the 'widgets' section.
On some themes, there are multiple WordPress "loops" where posts are displayed. By default, LinkWorth ads are displayed at the bottom of the first of these loops. On most themes, this is correct, but occasionally custom themes will use custom loops to display posts in different ways.
If your ads appear in a different place than where you would expect them, you may talk to your theme author and ask them which loop is the "main" loop (such as the first or second loop). Afterwards, you may add the loop number (1,2,3 etc.) into the box to have ads display after it.
Normally, LinkWorth does not add anything but the deals to your blog. Selecting to Disable silent running will add LinkWorth comments where deals are published.