Publishing is when you decide how your content is going to be ‘added’ to your site.

WP MoneyClick gives you 3 options for maximum flexibility, let’s see them.

Manual Publishing

For each content item you define,  you get a WP shortcode (something like [ wpmoneyclick id=’123′ ]) that you can put where you want: in post, in a page, in siderbar widgets, etc.



Every content item you define, you have a SmartLink that is a ‘hyperlink representation’ of the content offer. This is a normal URL that you can past where you want: in your web site pages, in social networks, in other web sites, etc. When someone click the smartlink the user will be redirected (via your web site) to the target content URL (for example a product affiliation page, a CPC offer, etc.).

To ensure data integrity and total security, SmartLinks are digitally signed so they cannot be manipulated and/or changed from non-authorized people.

Here an example of URL:


Automatic Publishing

You can define a set of publishing groups/rules that will, automatically, inject your content in your web sites pages / posts.

A publishing group is composed by a list (ordered) of publishing rules. You can enable/disable a single publishing group as well a single publishing rule.

You decide if the system should apply only the first matching publishing rule or all. So when the logic is ‘first match’ the rule order is important: you can change is simply with mouse drag & drop.


A single publishing rule define which content item will be injected when the rule matches. The rule define also ‘where’ the content will be inserted (begin of the post, in the middle, after ‘x’ paragraphs, at the end, etc.).


As you see in the picture, a single rule can be associated with multiple content items (see ‘Add Content Item’ button): in this case the system will pick one randomly.

You can also decide where, in the page/post, the content will be injected:


So, just for example, you can create a content item with HTML provider, where you copy & paste a Google AdSense code block. Than with publishing groups/rules you can publish, automatically, the ads banner at the end of all posts, just with few mouse clicks!

Once you start defining a lot of publishing groups/rules it is important to have all under control (which content is going where). For that you can use the publishing simulator, that will tell you, for a particular URL, which rules is applied and which content will be rendered.