Ad Publisher

free plugin for publishing ad code 
and increasing THE ad UNIT ctr 

Current version:

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Last update:

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1.0.6

01.01.2019

30.01.2019

4.3

5.3

Yes

About the plugin

If you are looking for a way to insert Google AdSense ad code to your website automatically, then this plugin is your best choice! Ad Publisher not only automatically inserts ad units before or after the content, but can add them after the certain number of paragraphs. And the number of ad units is limited by your imagination, rational sense and Google AdSense policy only. Ad Publisher helps to forget about the manual insertion of ad code to each article and simplifies monetization of the blog. Ad Publisher is the easiest plugin to add Google AdSense ads or any other ad code. Our primary goal was to make WordPress as simple for beginners as possible. And we’ve succeeded!

User-friendly interface – intuitive for beginners

The plugin has a very friendly and intuitive interface; all settings are limited by checking or unchecking the necessary options. When premium modules are activated, the user gets access to the feature management checkboxes

Why Ad Publisher is your best choice?

Modern plugins try to offer as many useful options as possible. Think about it: how many of them do you use on the regular basis? The answer is: less than the half! So why should you install additional modules in order to use just one option? Our plugin doesn’t have anything redundant! It simply inserts the ad code to the certain place in your blog.

Post type targeting

You can select where to show ads: on posts (articles), pages or exclude from CSS.

Caching plugins support

Ad Publisher supports all popular caching plugins.

Insert the ad anywhere in the article

You can insert the ad code before/after the content, or after any paragraph. The number of ad units per page is not limited.

Separate display for desktop and mobile

The share of mobile traffic has drastically increased lately. Knowing this, the plugin offers you separate ad units for desktop and mobile versions. Or you can go on with the traditional way and show the same modules for all devices ​

Increase the ad unit CTR in three times

Precisely! We wanted your blog to give you more money. That’s why we’ve created extra modules to attract attention to the ads. Currently, you can install CTR Booster and Sticky Ads. Both of them will rocket your ad unit CTR in three times.

Extra modules to increase the ad unit CTR

CTR booster increases the CTR of the ad in 2-3 times. It blocks the part of the article and replaces it with the ad unit

How it works?

On the mobile version, CRT booster blocks the bottom part of the page and shows the “Continue reading” button. Above this button is a perfect place for the ad unit. When the user clicks “Continue reading”, he can go on viewing the content without limitations.

Advantages

Minimum settings

Activate the module in the Modules tab. Check the necessary checkbox of the module.

Doesn’t violate AdSense policy

All plugin features fully conform to the Google AdSense policy. For example, mashable.com uses the same display modes for ads.

Works with all themes

The module works with all WordPress themes. We run compatibility tests on a regular basis.

How can CTR booster increase the website monetization?

Let’s have a look at the “Business ideas” website. The click-through rate of the mobile version used to be 1.25%. However, with CRT booster it has rocketed up to 2.8%. Spectacular growth!

The “Health” website
Usually, the click-through rate in here was no more than 0.3%. With CRT booster it grew up to 0.6%. Again – twice as much! Keep in mind, that CTR booster has been designed for mobile versions, thus it increases mobile CTRs only. Desktop figures won’t change. However, if the share of desktop and mobile traffic is 50/50, then doubling CTR on mobiles will increase the total CTR on half. Math in action!

How it works?

The purpose of the module is pretty obvious – it makes the ad unit stick to the screen. When a user reads an article, scrolls the page and reaches the ad unit, it hovers on the screen until the user scrolls it down manually. Let’s see how it works:

Here, we insert the ad to the block of 1 screen height (~600 pixels). The ad sticks to the screen until the user scrolls down the page. Such ad definitely stands out, causing some sort of confusion and attracting user’s attention. And this is what we really wanted.