How To Properly Add Google AdSense To Your WordPress Site

How To Properly Add Google AdSense To Your WordPress Site

Need to add Google Adsense for WordPress? Many users want to add Google AdSense to monetize their website. You can add Google AdSense to your on WordPress site. In this video, we will show you how to add Google AdSense to your WordPress site.

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Summary of this Tutorial:

You will first need a Google AdSense account which can take one day to a few weeks to receive.

Once accepted click “My Ads” to create a new ad unit.

Name it whatever you like and pick a size.

Google will suggest sizes based on what they find best performing at the time

Pick a type and style that works well with your site and click save code.

Copy the code given and add it where you would like add such as your Widget area.

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31 Replies to “How To Properly Add Google AdSense To Your WordPress Site”

  1. Hi there 🙂 I followed these exact instructions and added this to my self hosted WordPress blog a few days ago. However, no ads are appearing and when I go to my Google Adsense it says my account is being reviewed and I need to place the code on my website – but its not working 🙁

  2. Hi i followed all steps, When i paste this Add code and i published my post after this when i open my website but there no ads are appearing it shows only blank space there… plzz help …

  3. Excellent straightforward help with tips. Once again score one for YouTube¡

  4. I changed from WordPress.COM to WordPress.ORG. I tried to use the Plugin to use Adsense, but it didn’t work. I followed the directions on here to the “T,” but I don’t seen anything. Any suggestions?

  5. I have been trying for months to place google ads. The first thing I see is that you are supposed to get on your “Springboard”. Every time I try to do that it keeps trying to verify my website. It always fails because I don’t have any ads on my website. How am I supposed to place ads on my website when I can’t access my Springboard?

  6. I’m wondering what microphone you were using for this video. I’m been searching for a mic for my upcoming YouTube channel but don’t know where to start. This mic in your video sounds very clear, so I thought I’d take the liberty to ask. Thank you for this succinct video on AdSense. Just what I need to know for right now. Great job !

  7. PLEASE PLEASE HELP!! I have spent hours and all i get is a blank white box. I have pasted the code into the text widget. what do you think could be wrong?

  8. Loved this video… Why ??? Cause it was so informational.. no fluff and strait to the point! Great job!

  9. I am trying to do this, but I just read that Google Adsense does not work with wordpress any longer…????

  10. OK so I see my placements for ads in the sidebar … how long does it take to see an actual ad if you already have an adsense account/been approved?

  11. i follow your process but sill not showing ad on website only yellow light area, where i elect ad area. pls help. problem would be plugin permission or any thing pls suggest any one who knows solution.

  12. I am new at this. Can you add adsense code to any theme in wordpress, or do I need to purchase a premium theme?

  13. I followed the steps. No adds showing on my site. Does it have to go through another approval process?

  14. Great video, was speaking really fast though. The video felt like 10 minutes for all the times I had to pause and go back. Thanks a lot though, very helpful.

  15. I’ve done all this but it doesn’t work. all that shows on my blog is the actual text where I’ve copied it from adsense

    I’ve had adsense attached to my youtube for months so it’s not an issue with a new account


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