Google in early 2014 launched a plug-in Google Publisher Plugin for blogs or websites built on the WordPress platform and running on self-hosted (Hosting Himself) in beta for WordPress users who are used to adding AdSense ads to your WordPress website in an easier way and make verifying sites with Webmaster Tools click.
Google AdSense Publisher WordPress Plugin
Before using the plugin for AdSense, were you already an AdSense publisher? If not, please read the latest guide for registering for Google AdSense here ⇒ Complete Guide on How to Register for Google AdSense [Terbaru].
Given that WordPress is currently the best blogging platform and the most widely used CMS, it’s no surprise that Google has decided to create a custom WordPress plugin and have it published to the official WordPress directory. The Google AdSense plugin is currently still in beta (now it’s full).
Installing and activating this plugin will certainly save you the steps you normally do in manually copying and pasting code snippets into a WordPress template, but with this plugin you will be very easy to place ads on your site.
In using this plugin, as in the screenshot above, you can see a plus sign (+) that automatically appears, the above sign as a marker where the ad will be suitable to be placed, you just have to choose a suitable place for the ad in your WordPress theme according to the points set by the plugin.
The Google AdSense publisher plugin currently has a complete ad format, horizontal banner with size (728 × 90), vertical banner with size (160 × 600) and rectangular banner with size (300 × 250) and all types of ad sizes and formats. can be found on the Google AdSense page, as well as for the mobile version of ads.
Moreover with this plugin you can easily connect with Google webmaster tools, because it has been integrated in the settings too.
For those of you who are currently running the Google AdSense program and running on a WordPress website or blog, you can try this official plugin from Google, and you can share here about the advantages and disadvantages of using these plugins. Good luck and hope this article is useful. 🙂
Important: The plugin in this article is no longer in the WordPress.org library, it seems that Google is no longer updating this plugin and has even removed this plugin. As an alternative, Google supports a plugin for placing AdSense ads, namely the Ad Inserter plugin. Or you can choose the best plugin for another AdSense as an alternative by reading my article here ⇒ 6 Best WordPress Plugins for Free AdSense [New].