Every WordPress installation has six user roles by default: Super Admin, Administrator, Editor, Author, Contributor, and Subscriber. All these roles come with different permissions. Therefore, you can use them to organize your members’ permissions and capabilities roughly. However, if you need a finer tool for this task, you must edit your WordPress environment.
For this purpose, you can use the free Members plugin. With it, you can extend and customize your WordPress website’s user roles and permissions without coding.
For example, on a multi-author blog, you could prevent logged-in editors from seeing AdSense ads, avoiding artificially increasing the number of ad impressions tracked. Or you can ensure that paying members of your site won’t see any ads, which only appear to visitors without membership.
Set up the User Role condition
You must first enable the advanced visitor conditions in Advanced Ads > Settings > Pro to target ads to specific user roles.
Now, you can add this visitor condition like all other conditions in the corresponding ads or placements dropdown menu.
In the next step, set whether Advanced Ads should hide or show the ad or placement for the selected user role.
Example: Hiding ads for particular user groups
The following example shows a scenario where a particular ad should not be loaded for the ‘Golden Member’ and ‘Silver Member’ user roles.
A typical use case for this is the internal promotion of a paid membership.
What else you should know about targeted ads and the Members plugin
If you use any caching on your site, please enable Cache Busting. This option will ensure that visitor conditions work correctly.