Top 5 Powerful Advertisement Management WordPress Plugins

There are many ways you can generate revenue from your blog.

Monetizing your blog with Ad networks like AdSense and Media.net is one of the many “efficient” ways to make money online. But do you find managing your ad placement and management hard?

I’ve prepared this list for you.

To make your job easier and better manage advertisements, in this post, I’ll share 5 unique plugins that’ll help you display ads on your blog and handle them efficiently.

1. WP Advanced Ads

Advanced Ads is the plugin I use here at BforBloggers. It is fast and effortless to use. With Advanced Ads, you can display any kind of ad in any area you want, such as in content, before/after content, sidebar, header/footer, and so on.

In fact, Advanced Ads is a full-featured and extremely powerful when it comes to making most out of your ad spots and placements. It includes powerful Ad rotation features, multiple ad types to choose from, and special AdSense support.

You can:

  • Track impressions and click on your ads
  • Compare ads and periods
  • Share reports via a link or Email
  • Limit Ads views by the overall number of impressions or licks
  • Spread impressions or clicks equally over a given period
  • AMP page support & individual placements (pro)
  • Ability to sell ads directly from your website

There’s an option to display image ads, rich content (text + Images), Ads from HTML and Javascript code, AdSense ads, Group Ads, and a dummy ad.

  • Here’s a tutorial on setting up AdSense ads in WP Advanced ads plugin.

You can easily display specific ads to only a particular group of people. Or you can use the display conditions along with geo-targeting. Advanced ads are one of the few WordPress plugins which get dedicated free support after-sales. Advanced Ads is an officially recommended way to insert AdSense Ads on a WordPress website or blog.

Download Advanced Ads

2. AdSanity

AdSanity is a premium ad management plugin that helps to insert and to manage ads easily. It has one of the easiest to use and simple interface you’ll see for a plugin that’s so much power.

It lets you quickly enable ad units for various areas on your blog or website and comes with plenty of features such as:

  • Tracking clicks
  • Geo-targeting
  • Action filters
  • Display rules
  • Group ads
  • Date sensitive ads
  • Time-sensitive advertisements

And more powerful features. AdSanity is built by keeping focuses primarily on the publisher’s needs.

You can choose too simply your own ads as it comes with custom CSS editor. It supports shortcodes to display ads anywhere manually.

AdSanity also gives good customer support and comes with thorough documentation. AdSanity also allows you to extend its features by purchasing add-ons such as ad-block detection and affiliate ads management.

Download AdSanity

3. Ad Inserter

Ad Inserter is also one of the recommended ways to display AdSense ads on your WordPress website by Google itself. It lets you easily display advertisements on your blog and has a free and premium version as well.

It comes with many features including multiple ad slots, easy targeting, and one-click placement options. If you are looking for a simple and straightforward plugin to manage ads on your blog, Ad Inserter is what you should be using.

Ad Inserter comes with all-powerful ad targeting features (in pro version) such as:

  • Geo-targeting
  • Content-based targeting
  • Archive based targeting
  • Device-level targeting

You can set where to display each ad slot you create individually. This makes changing and rotating ads convenient and fast. Moreover, Ad Inserter supports custom CSS and visual editor. Which means you create your own ads from scratch.

The plugin supports shortcodes, letting you display ads wherever you want by simply putting a shortcode there. The free version of the Ad Inserter plugin should be enough for anyone just starting out.

Download Ad Inserter

4. Insert Post Ads

Insert Post Ads is a free plugin which comes handy when you want to add AdSense ads automatically across your website. As the name defines, Insert Post Ads is focused on helping people add in-post ads.

The Insert Post Ads developer suggests ads that are in between the blog posts and other content you may have turned out to be the best performing and bring more click-throughs.

The plugin helps you insert different types of ads, including affiliate banners after any number of paragraphs you decide. You can also set to add ads before and after posts.

You can also display ads in your custom post types. Custom post types are when you create sperate and new post types such as our deals section.

Since there’s no AMP support in this particular plugin, you will have to disable the ads to be shown in AMP pages.

Insert Post Ads supports geo-targeting as well. If you want something straightforward to use, this is a plugin you should consider.

Download Insert Post Ads

5. AdRotate

With AdRotate you can start to display your advertisements in minutes. The plugin is very beginner-friendly and comes with every feature you’ll think of.

Whether it is to show ads in between or at the end of your blog posts, you’ll find AdRottate makes it fast. Initially, i is a free plugin, but It also comes with a pro version which lets you:

  • Mobile optimized ads
  • Geo-targeting
  • Advertiser-specific campaigns
  • Tracking and reporting dashboard
  • Campaign scheduling
  • Visibility options
  • Maximum click limit

And more. You’ll also get full support from the AdRotate team.

Download AdRotate

That’s it.

With the plugins mentioned above, you should be able to run ads from AdSense, Chitika, Media.net, HilltopAds, and other ad networks smoothly.

You would also like to read how you can overcome ad blindness and make more money.

Here’s what you should read next:

  • 7 WordPress Plugins To Create Landing Pages (For More Conversions)
  • 5 Best Affiliate Programs To Earn Money From Your Blog
  • Top 5 Mistakes Every New Blogger Makes [And How to Correct Them]
  • 3 Simple Ways to Add Professionalism to Your Blog

So, which plugin you chose? Let me know by leaving a comment below right now.

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