Your AdThrive Plugin has a built-in feature that allows you to turn off your ads on posts or pages.
You can disable all ads, in-image ads, content ads, and/or auto-insert video players on individual posts and pages by following these steps:
- In your WordPress dashboard post editor, scroll down below the editing window.
- You will see a section titled “AdThrive Ads”, with checkboxes to block all ads, in-image ads, content ads, or auto-insert video players as shown here:
If you are not seeing all of these options, you may need to update your AdThrive Ads plugin.
- Check the box(es) for any ads you'd like to disable on this post or page.
- (Recommended) Select a date to automatically re-enable ads on this post or page.
Please note: if you select the disable all ads checkbox, this will remove all of your AdThrive ads from the page or post, including in-image ads, sidebar ads, the sticky footer ad, etc.
Some page editors don’t fully support this functionality, so if you ever run into any difficulty blocking ads in posts yourself, just submit a request here in the Help Center!
If you're using another publishing platform, or if you aren’t using the AdThrive Ads plugin on your site, we can provide you with a script to place in specific posts/pages that will block ads from appearing. Submit a request here in the Help Center, and we'll be sure to help you out!
An important note on disabling ads:
Disabling ads on specific pages will always impact your earning potential to some degree, so feel free to check with us if you’d like help deciding if it's the right move for you. If a page with the ads turned off receives a large influx of traffic, that can have a sizeable impact on your RPM (earnings per 1,000 pageviews).
Turning ads off for a sponsored post? It's a great idea to use the "Re-enable ads" option to turn your ads back on once that contract is up, so you can begin earning from the ads on that post again!
We generally recommend only disabling ads when you absolutely must, and re-enabling them as soon as you can!