• Resolved Alias79

    (@alias79)


    To insert an ad after the first paragraph on an AMP page, is the PRO version necessary?

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  • Plugin Support schmidt25

    (@schmidt25)

    Hi Alias79,

    Thanks for reaching out.

    Inserting ads after a specific number of paragraphs is possible with the basic version of Advanced Ads. Just create a content placement and assign an ad unit to it.

    Please, take a look at this manual to see how specific ad types behave on AMP and which extra features are coming with the Responsive Ads add-on.

    Best regards,
    Joachim

    Thread Starter Alias79

    (@alias79)

    I’m trying to use AMP ads for a mobile campaign, but they appear invisible on AMP pages; the space is reserved, and you can click on it, but you can’t see the banner, it’s invisible.

    Example:
    https://www.nextn.es/2020/10/semana-de-la-animacion-2020-pokemon-go-detalles/
    https://www.nextn.es/2020/10/semana-de-la-animacion-2020-pokemon-go-detalles/amp/

    Plugin Support schmidt25

    (@schmidt25)

    Hi alias79,

    Thanks for your reply.

    I notice 4 AdSense ads on the AMP version of the post above.

    If your question refers to AdSense ads, please, keep in mind that you will need to enable the Responsive Ads add-on to convert AdSense automatically into AMP as mentioned in the manual above.

    Best regards,
    Joachim

    Thread Starter Alias79

    (@alias79)

    Hi Joachim!

    Thanks for your response!

    No, no, Adsense advertising is inserted automatically with Google Site Kit. If you enter the indicated URL from mobile, you will see that there are some ads before the content and after the second paragraph that do not load in AMP

    Plugin Support schmidt25

    (@schmidt25)

    Hi alias79,

    It looks as this ad code is not AMP compatible.

    Please, take again a look into our manual about ads on AMP pages. There, you can find a description how to convert ads into the AMP format.

    The ad code that you refer seems to be from adform. Here, you can find documentation of how you need to adjust this ad code.

    You will need to enable the Responsive Ads add-on to use the AMP ad type and to target this ad code to the AMP versions of your posts.

    Best regards,
    Joachim

    Thread Starter Alias79

    (@alias79)

    Two more questions: buying full access, would the responsive ads be activated, and would it already work?

    On the other hand, do you have a promotion code for the purchase? Right now it is complicated for me, the benefit of this campaign is less than the disbursement of the plugin, and possibly it will only be to use in this campaign (doing this campaign is more for commitment, than for anything else). If you have a discount code I think about it, I want to study all the possibilities.

    Plugin Support schmidt25

    (@schmidt25)

    Hi alias79,

    Thanks for your reply.

    The All-Acces license contains all existing add-ons, including Responsive Ads.

    We will run a Black Friday promotion this year. If you are a WP Rocket user or run an MH Theme, you will find a discount in their account backends.

    Please, keep in mind that the forums on wordpress.org are only for the plugins hosted here. If you need help with any premium extensions of Advanced Ads, I want kindly ask you to reach out to our support.

    Thanks for understanding, and we hopefully meet us there.

    Best regards,
    Joachim

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