Installing And Using The Ad-Inserter WordPress Plugin
I utilize this plugin to display my Adsense, amazon and other affiliate ads and banners in various locations throughout my website.
I have used this plugin for many years, and can honestly admit that it's my favorite WordPress plugin by far, simply because it lets me test ad performance in a very quick and efficient manner.
If a certain ad does not bring the desired results, then this plugin makes it very easy for me to change it's display position, delete it, or replace it entirely with another ad that may prove to be more profitable.
I also use this plugin to display my Amazon carousels, as shown in the image below.
Because the ad-blocks utilize HTML, I was able to not only configure the ad-block for this ad to display the carousel beneath every post on my site, but I was also able to add my Amazon Affiliate Disclaimer above the ad, to help me remain in compliance with the Amazon Affiliates terms of services.
By doing this, I can rest peacefully knowing that when I create a new post, the proper ad will appear at the end of the post, along with the disclaimer.
I also use this plugin to display my Adsense ads.
Below is an ad that I show on one of my websites. I have this ad configured to appear before the content in every post that I write.
This is another of my Adsense ads, it is set to show after the 5th paragraph in every post on my website.
By configuring where the ads are to be displayed, I have found that this not only saves me obscene amounts of time (time is money to me) but it also gives me peace of mind because once the ad is setup, I can forget it and carry on writing my content knowing that the ads I desire will be perfectly placed every time I create new content on my website.
To install the plugin, you should go to the "Add Plugin" area in your WordPress dashboard and complete a search for Ad Inserter. Install and activate the plugin.
Once you have activated the plugin, you will be able to access it by clicking the "Ad Inserter" link in the Settings area of your WordPress dashboard.