Advertising has nowadays become a very crucial part of any blog. One of the attractions of the WordPress blogging platform is its ability to be very easily monetized through advertising. Advertising can be a great way to monetize your blog, and if done the right way, it can even enhance your design, rather than stick out like a sore thumb. The easiest way to save time, and therefore money, is by installing some ad management plugins into your WordPress blog.
Here, in our today’s post I have compiled a list of most useful WordPress free advertisements plugins that can successfully generate revenue from your website. You probably need only one of them, but you should go through each of the plugin before you make your decision. Following are some more related articles that you may like to browse through: header plugins, newsletter plugins and video plugins.
1. TentBlogger Simple AdSense
This simple plugin lets you embed Google Adsense code into strategic locations in your blog posts to maximize profit.
2. Money Maker
Money Maker makes you easy money through affiliate links. Just link to any item, and when clicked, you make money.
3. PalTip Plugin
The PalTip plug-in helps you get the most out of your blog post links and product reviews with zero effort.
4. ClickBank Press
CBPRESS provides ClickBank affiliates with a full marketplace updated through ClickBank’s XML feed. The plug-in allows for customized displays of ClickBank products and also custom products.
Add and manage the ads from the dashboard and show a random banner, or multiple, on your site. Easy management from the dashboard allows you to quickly oversee, add and edit banner code or renew/delete and add new ads.
6. Ads Easy
Ads Easy is the most simple way to integrate some banners into your blog. It works with basically everything and is AdSense optimized.
7. Easy AdSense
Easy AdSense provides a very easy way to generate revenue from your blog using Google AdSense. With its full set of features.
8. JomNiaga Ad Manager
The JomNiaga plugin for WordPress allows Malaysian bloggers to automatically add related ads from the JomNiaga affiliate network.
9. Ad Code Manager
Ad Code Manager gives non-developers an interface in the WordPress admin for configuring your complex set of ad codes.
10. Google AdSense
Google AdSense provides a streamlined interface to deploy Google ads on your blog. You can customize the colors and sizes of the ad blocks and activate them right from the plugin interface.
11. Easy Ads
Easy Ads provides a unified and intuitive interface to manage multiple ad providers on your blog. Currently supported are Chitika, BidVertiser, Clicksor, and, of course, AdSense.
12. dSero Anti AdBlock for Google AdSense
dSero Anti AdBlock for Google AdSense turns AdBlock users into your best supporters. Many websites provide high quality content and services based on revenue generated by ads.
13. Easy Affiliate
This plug-in is the fastest, simplest, and easiest way to turn your product review blogs into a source of income -without the hassle and frustration of an affiliate back-office.
14. Quick Adsense
Quick Adsense is an Ads management WordPress plugin. It offers a quicker & flexible way to insert Adsense or any Ads code into a blog post.
15. Custom Ads Sidebar
Add HTML Code advertising to Sidebar. For each single post you will display a different ads. To display your ads, please add html code to field when editting post.
16. Ads in Right Bottom
This plugin could bring so many kind of ads to right bottom, with opacity effect. Good for user want to add advertising banner over content.
17. Simple Ads Manager
Simple Ads Manager is easy to use plugin providing a flexible logic of displaying advertisements.
SideOffer was developed to help strengthen and sustain your inbound marketing and conversion optimization efforts.
19. Author Advertising Plugin
This plugin allows blog admins to create a revenue sharing program utilising one of the many advertising programs out there i.e Yahoo, Google Adsense, Amazon, Allposters etc.
20. Ad Injection
Injects any adverts (e.g. AdSense) into the WordPress posts or widget area. Restrict who sees ads by post length/age/referrer or IP. Cache compatible.
While compiling this list, it’s always a possibility that I missed some other great resources. Feel free to share it with us. You can use the comments box below to make any suggestions.