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Divi – Ads Theme Options

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In this video I’m going to walk you through the Ads tab in the Themes Option area.

This is where you can easily add ads to your theme to generate an income from pay per click advertising or to promote a product.  The Divi theme comes with pre-defined ad locations on the single blog pages below your post and above the comments.  These ads are great for blog type websites.  For a local business, I’m not sure this is something I’d add to my website especially if you’re not using the blog feature.  But if it’s something you’d like to add, you’ll learn how to do it in this video.

There’s only one tab in this area so there’s not much to edit.  To get to it, click on Theme Options under Divi.

Then click on the Ads tab.

If you’d like to enable the ads on your website, enable the Enable Single Post 468×60 banner option.  This option will display a 468×60 banner ad on the bottom of your post pages below the post content.  If enabled, you must fill in either the Image and U R L fields for your own personal ads.

Input 468×60 advertisement banner image is where you’ll add the URL to the image.  To have the URL, you’ll either need to upload your image via FTP or you can add it via the Media Uploads in WordPress and copy the URL and paste it here.  If you’re not sure how to do that, you can watch the Adding Link to A PDF File video in the WordPress Basics video series.  Just note you will be uploading an image instead of a PDF file.  Otherwise it will be the same steps to get the URL.

Input 468×60 advertisement destination URL is where you’ll add the link to where you want your Ad banner to link to.

Input 468×60 AdSense code is where you’d enter your Google Analytics code.  From the testing I’ve done, you can use either the two options above or the AdSense code.  If you add both the image & URL and the AdSense code, for me it always defaulted to use the AdSense code.  But this could be different on your website.

If you need help with Google AdSense, I will be showing you how to do this in another video.

This is what my Google AdSense Ads look like at the bottom of one of my posts page.

If you made any changes, be sure to click on the Save Changes button.

That’s it for this video.  I’ll see you in the next one.

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