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Adnow Native Widget


This plugin enables WordPress users to easily integrate Adnow’s native ads widgets on their site.
Generate high income on your website by showing native ads with high CTR to your visitors.

3rd party service

Our plugin uses an api service to get a list of widgets created in your personal account at
The service is located at
The response is text in the JSON format that contains a list of your widgets.
Below links to our terms and privacy policy


  • To download the plugin, go to WordPress Settings and select “Plugins” (1) and “Add New” (2) from the menu. In the “Search plugins …” field (3) type in “Adnow”. The plugin will be displayed. Click the “Install Now” button (4).
  • After the file has finished downloading, click “Activate”.
  • Then you will see the message confirming that the plugin has been successfully activated
  • Log in to your webmaster account on
  • Go to your profile settings (1) in the profile menu and click “WordPress plugin” (2). 
  • Select your website with the WordPress plugin (1). The token value will appear in the “Token” field. Select it and copy it to the Clipboard (2). 
  • In the WordPress Sidebar, click “Adnow Native Widget” (1). Paste the token value from the Clipboard into the “Token” field (2). Click “Save Changes” 
  • When you save the token, the plugin configuration screen will display the information about your account. Antiadblock settings and statistics will also be displayed.
  • By default, Antiadblock is on.
  • Too choose the location of the ad unit, click “Manage Places” (1). Alternatively, select “Adnow Native Widget. Edit place “(2) from the Sidebar.
  • A new window will open. You can select a page category (1) at the top of the screen and then adjust the location of the ad widget (2).
  • Select the widget you need from the drop-down list (1). Click “Preview” to see the widget (2) 
  • You can remove a widget (1), add a widget to a new location (2) or finish configuring the settings by clicking the “Save” button (3)
  • When you save the settings, the ad widgets will appear on the places you have selected for them.


  1. Upload the entire adnow-plugin  folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.

  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.

You will find ‘Adnow Native Widget’ menu in your WordPress admin panel.
For basic usage, you can also have a look at the plugin homepage.

For step-by-step illustrated installation instructions, see Screenshots.

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How do I use Adnow Native Widget?

You must first contact us here at AdNow and we will get you started by setting up your account and providing you with your ‘Publisher ID’ and your ‘Widgets ID’. After that all you need to do is download the plugin and get started.

How quickly does it start working?

Right away!

To generate the highest revenue where should I place widgets on my site?

Directly below articles is the best place to integrate our widget. Once the user has finished reading an article and is looking for something to do next our widget will recommend content that the user is most likely to click on.

Will the widget slow down my site?

No. Your page will load independently of the widget script.

How many widgets can I add to my website?

There is no limit, but try to make it native and not annoying for visitor. Usually it is good to have 3 widgets to maximize your profit


20 de marzo, 2017
Hello, the plugin looks good. It would be good to do something like compatible ads for AMP. I hope your programmers will be able to make ads for AMP
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Contributors & Developers

“Adnow Native Widget” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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  • Added compatibility with the plugin WP Super Cache


  • Initial release


  • Updating code for new requirements