Do you feel the need to earn revenue from your WordPress blog or website but you haven’t found the appropriate solution to convert traffic into ROI? If your answer is YES, then it is probable that this post is aimed at you.
Once you have some banner ads available, you can start placing them on the fron-end of your WordPress website. There are three (3) different ways of embedding banner ads on your WordPress website. For each of the embedding methods, you can either place a single banner ad, rotate the ads of a specific size or rotate the ads of a specific zone (group) according to your needs.
With your banner ads showing on the front-end of your WordPress website, you can view the total impressions and clicks of each ad in the administration panel in order to keep track of which ads are performing the best. If you notice that a banner ad isn’t performing well, you don’t need to delete/remove it but rather deactivate it in the admin panel to stop it from showing temporarily.