More than 20 Plugins to manage advertising • WordPress Help

Although my mouth hurts to say that you should not open a blog or website to earn money but that should come later, when you really have something to offer, something for which the people do not mind suffering the ads, it is clear that there comes a time when one wants to at least offset the costs of hosting and domain, then surely you will need, or you will be good, some method to insert ads in your blog and manage them correctly.

I, as always, would run the risk of encouraging you to do it with code, but I understand that there are fantastic plugins with which manage advertising in your WordPress we will see a good amount of them. They are not all because there are many who do practically the same, it is a selection of the best.

Integrate AdSense in WordPress with Shylock Adsense

Regards, following Fernando's recommendation I'm going to do a mini-post to make known a way to integrate the system of Google AdSense ads in our WordPress, especially for people who like me, do not get along with the code, or just do not have the patience to do so.


Good, Shylock Adsense is a simple plugin for WordPress that without modifying the "template" integrates the Adsense code in our blog, being able to put several Adsense codes (up to 3 per page) in the different posts.

First you must download, for example from here.

Then, as you all know, you upload it to the folder / wp-content / plugins / of your server. Then in your WordPress administration panel in the plugins section it should appear, and you just have to activate it.

I remember that if you do not let them activate any plugin, or you can not even enter the plugin section maybe it's .

Once the plugin is activated we only have to go to Options and there will be a section called Shylock Adsense, where you can configure everything to your liking, put different Adsense codes (previously collected in ) and place them as you want in your posts and others. It's all automatic … and the important thing is that you have the useful option that you can specify in which posts we do not want advertising to be shown.

I'll leave you a few screenshots below: Una and Two

Regards, Juan Antonio ( )

NOTICE : this publication is from two years ago or more. If it's a code or a plugin it might not work in the latest versions of WordPress, and if it's a news story it might be obsolete. Then do not say we have not warned you.

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