How Do I Make a Discord Ad Server?


Scott Campbell

Are you looking to create a Discord ad server to promote your brand, community, or products? Look no further! In this comprehensive tutorial, we will guide you through the steps of setting up your very own Discord ad server from scratch.

Step 1: Creating a Server

To begin, open Discord and log in to your account. Once logged in, click on the plus icon (+) located on the left-hand side of the Discord app.

This will open a pop-up window where you can select “Create a Server”. Give your server a unique name and click “Create”.

Step 2: Customizing Your Server

Now that you have created your server, it’s time to customize it to fit your ad server needs. Start by clicking on the down arrow next to the server name at the top left-hand corner of Discord. From here, select “Server Settings”.

Server Name and Icon

In the “Overview” tab of the Server Settings menu, you can change your server’s name and icon by simply clicking on them and entering new information or uploading an image.


To create channels for different types of ads or discussions, navigate to the “Channels” tab in Server Settings. Click on the plus icon (+) under “Text Channels” or “Voice Channels” to add new channels.

  • Text Channels: These channels allow users to post text-based ads or engage in discussions related to your ad server.
  • Voice Channels: Voice channels enable users to communicate using voice chat while discussing ads or collaborating.

Roles and Permissions

In the “Roles” tab within Server Settings, you can create different roles for various members of your ad server. Roles allow you to assign different permissions to users, such as managing channels or posting ads. To create a new role, click on the plus icon (+) under “Roles” and customize the name and permissions according to your requirements.

Step 3: Inviting Members

To make your ad server successful, you’ll want to invite members who are interested in your ads or can provide valuable feedback. To invite members, navigate to the “Members” tab within Server Settings. Here, you can invite people by sharing a server invite link or by entering their Discord usernames.

Step 4: Setting Rules

In order to maintain a healthy community within your ad server, it is essential to establish clear rules for all members. You can create a new text channel specifically for the rules or use an existing one. Make sure to clearly communicate the rules and consequences for violating them.

Step 5: Advertising Guidelines

Important: It’s crucial to outline advertising guidelines in your ad server. Specify what types of ads are allowed, any content restrictions, and how often users can post ads. Clearly state any consequences for not following these guidelines.

Step 6: Promoting Your Ad Server

To attract more members to your ad server, consider promoting it on social media platforms, forums related to your niche or industry, or even other Discord servers that allow advertising. Utilize catchy descriptions and eye-catching graphics to grab potential members’ attention.


Congratulations! You have successfully created your own Discord ad server.

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