Internet, Networking, & Security Web Development How to Add Google AdSense Between Posts in Wordpress Hack your theme to display AdSense Ads by Susan Gunelius Writer Former Lifewire writer Susan Gunelius is a marketing communications specialist who writes about branding through blogs. our editorial process Susan Gunelius Updated on April 24, 2020 David Muir / Photographers Choice / Getty Images Web Development CSS & HTML Web Design SQL Tweet Share Email Google AdSense is one of the most popular ways to monetize your website. AdSense ads pay based on cost-per-click (CPC). Each time a visitor to your Wordpress blog clicks on an ad, you receive a fee. If you're using Wordpress.org and are hosting your blog through a third party, add Google AdSense ads to your blog to earn money. After you establish a Google AdSense account and are approved, you can begin adding ads to your site. Although many people use sidebar ads, you can also position ads between posts on your blog. There are a few ways to add AdSense to your WordPress blog. Many require to edit the raw PHP of your theme. These tend to be messy and fairly unreliable, especially since they get overwritten every time your theme is updated, unless you create a child theme. So, if you're not a WordPress developer, you'll probably rather a simpler option from a plugin, and that's exactly the approach this guide takes. Add AdSense After Posts on WordPress To display Google AdSense image or text ads between your posts, you're going to need a plugin. Log in to the dashboard on your WordPress site. From the WordPress dashboard, select Plugins on the left hand menu. On the plugins page, press Add New. Search for "Ad Inserter." The first result should be Ad Inserter - Ad Manager & AdSense Ads. Press Install Now, followed by Activate. Now, choose Settings > Ad Inserter from the left menu. This is the Ad Inserter management interface. It lets you manage up to sixteen different ads and choose where they should appear. All you need to do is add the code from AdSense to the large open text field. So, open another browser tab, and sign in to AdSense. Copy your AdSense code from Google. Now, paste the AdSense code into the text field under the Ad Inserter settings. The AdSense code is plain HTML, so you don't need to select any of the special processing boxes in the top right of the field. Just below the text field, check the boxes for the pages where you want your ad to appear. Next, use the Insertion drop down to choose where you want the ad to appear. After post will display an ad after each post on your list pages, like the home page and categories. Press Save Settings 1-16 to save your changes. As soon as you reload your blog, you'll see the new ad displayed after each post on the pages you chose.