Ads on websites is a conflicting topic. On the one hand, ads will slow down your site, and they will hurt readability. On the other hand, hosting a website doesn’t come for free. You have to pay for a host, plugins, and themes. As I try to cover the costs of my websites as best I can, I use AdSense and will continue doing so until I find a better alternative. Luckily for me, GeneratePress is one of the best themes for adding ads, be they from AdSense, Mediavine or anyone else, to your WordPress website.
Using Elements, ads can be added before the header, after the main content, before the comments, or wherever you can think of. You can create a sticky sidebar or footer ad using just a few lines of CSS. GeneratePress makes it all possible with minimal effort.
AdSense in GeneratePress sidebar with Advanced Ads
In this guide I’ll be showing you how to add AdSense ads to the sidebar of any WordPress website.
The ultimate guide to adding AdSense to GeneratePress
In this guide, I will show you how to add AdSense ads to your WordPress website using GeneratePress and GeneratePress Elements.