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How to get mass ad codes?

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  1. Arpit malhotra

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    Hello everybody,so the thing is that i have a blog with 100 posts on it. I want to add 4 banners, 1 popup and some other monetizations. But to do this i will need 1000 ad codes for 100 posts. Do i need to do that manually for each banner and popup on each page?
     
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    This might help, if not search Google for ad manager plugin
    https://wordpress.org/plugins/advanced-ads/
     
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    add the pop-up code in headers and ads on sidebars widgets.
     
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    Will that apply to every page?
     
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    Adding code in header you must do it in a child theme and if you want to change ads frequently then you'll need to keep doing it
     
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    Can i paste the same ad code for a banner on different parts of my website cuz i'll be using the same banner size for each page.
     
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    Yeah for sure.
     
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    Doing it manually in your child theme can be complicated for a beginner and if you want to change the code you got to do it again. I use a theme that has the placements already done, so it's quicker.
    If you go down the code road you'll need to add it to different files for it to show correctly
     
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    @Arpit malhotra Can you tell the theme which you are using so that can explain you in much better way.

    Popup --- Add the code in Header.php file after Head.

    4 banners ---- use TEXT widget in Header , Sidebar , Footer Section of your theme . Add the Code in Text Widget.

    You have to this only 1 time and the ads will show over all the pages.
     
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    Adding code to header.php in the main theme's code means next update it will be lost, that's why we use child themes. Standard practice. As you're not sure what a child theme is here you go
    https://codex.wordpress.org/Child_Themes
     
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    Say i have an banner ad code. Can i put the same code on every page or do i need to get a new ad code for every single banner?
     
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    Page 1 --- Banner 1
    Page 2 --- Banner 2
    Page 3 --- Banner 3 ... and so on then you need Plugin which will rotate the codes .

    Otherwise you can add your code for once and it will be displayed over all pages.
     
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    No same ad code
     
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    No, same ad code can be used
    Or
    No same code could be used?
     
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    If you use wordpress as CMS for your blog some plugins are available to insert ads like AdInjection.

    You can also insert the tags directly into your files : header.php -> Ads will show up in all your website

    For the sidebar use a text widget -> You can also create new widget areas if you are comfortable with this method
     
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    Yes,we've already covered that a few posts ago, you shouldn't alter code directly, always use a child theme, as covered earlier
     
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    You need to look up dynamic webpages and static webpages once you understand this your get the drift and understand what has been already said.

    Will be very hard to just no via us telling you , your need in depth info .
     
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    You can use the same ad code unless you want to use different sizes. If you're using AdSense then just use the responsive code