About AngCas
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172 followers Joined September 2015
Hi! My name is Angelica. I hope that, with time and hard work, I will be able to make my online business aspirations a reality.

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Is cookies consent necessary if I don't use adsense?

Is cookies consent necessary if I don't use adsense?

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Assuming I use the WA privacy policy template, if my site uses Google Analytics and affiliate links but no AdSense, does it require a consent for cookies upon site entry?

Good question. I am glad you asked it here.

Triblu's post has got you covered. But if you truly care about your visitors, you should retain it and continue displaying it. The reason is, with the Internet, anyone can access your site, including those from outside EU, even if you're not targeting them.

Thank you for your response. Yes, I'd like to incorporate some sort of consent just to be covered. I'm not too sure how to correctly go about it. To my knowledge, it is not possible to disable google analytics or affiliate links for specific users upon their selection upon site entry.

Hey Angelica,

Please see screen prints below...

Hope you find this helpful.

Thank you very much for this information. The compliance issues are so important but so complicated to understand.
Just to be sure: Google Analytics and affiliate links use cookies, correct?
Is there a way to disable these if the visitor does not accept them?

Yes, Google Analytics uses cookies... and no, there is no way to disable them unless you remove Google Analytics from your website.

As Gomer (aka GomMagtibay) stated... the 2nd screen print... that article said pretty much the same.

However, if you have NO EU visitors then what would be the point?

Got it, thank you!

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What is a good product review to regular post ratio?

What is a good product review to regular post ratio?

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Authoring & Writing Content

Hi All,

Just wondering if there is any rule of thumb as to a healthy ratio of non-product review posts to product review posts.

Thanks,

Angelica

I do exactly what Paul said. 1 in 4. You are meant to be teaching people about your niche, if you want them to remain engaged, don't overdo the reviews. Jim

Thank you. That sounds like a reasonable ratio.

It really depends on what you are writing about. I have seen some websites where all they do is product reviews. I personally (I am a little OCD) have four types of posts that I do and I try to rotate them so I am doing a review 1 in 4. Keeps it interesting for me too.

I guess the thing to remember as not many people read your website posts like a book so it doesn't matter if you have two or three of the same post types in a row.

I find that reviews tend to rank faster for me so I have thrown a few in a row just to keep Google interested.

Hope this helps

Paul

That sounds like a good ratio!

Well, I don't know if there is an actual rule, but I try to give enough information about the problem so the reader can make an informed decision. If I can get the message across in 1 sentence, fine. If I have to write 250 words, fine. Just remember that the readers can't touch, smell, or try the product if it's online...know what I mean?
So write your review with readers in mind. Be honest and not baised. etc

Thank you for your feedback.

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Why has my wp pagepost editor toolbar has disappeared?

Why has my wp pagepost editor toolbar has disappeared?

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Everything Wordpress

I am trying to edit pages and posts in wordpress. Once I click on the page/post I want to edit, i go to the "view" tab. I know that toolbar allowing for editing text, position,

So i spent most of yesterday trying to solve this problem. I am pretty sure the issue arose after a wordpress update i performed yesterday morning. My browser's source code debugger (i am not sure of that is the correct name) informed me that the error had to do something with tinymce js not being defined or not being able to load. I searched on google and learned that many people have had issues with tinymce. I tried various of the proposed solutions (i.e., clearing cache on browsers, downloading the wordpress files via ftp and adding some bits of code to the wp config php file and .htacess file, and manually downing the wordperss update and replacing the tinymince folder.) Much to my frustration, none of these these things seemed to work.

The wonderful part, however, is that that, when I logged in today, my wordpress visual editor was back! No sure if this had anything with what I did yesterday, or if the problem somehow resolved itself. But I am happy and just hope that my visual editor does not disappear again.

Have you tried refreshing the page to see if this helps? I had a problem with the left-side menu bar becoming really small and I had to close the page and start again, this seems to have solved the problem

Yes, i tried refreshing, as well as logging out and in again. I also tried accessing the word press visual editor on different browsers, and deactivated plugins to see if they were causing the problem. However, the issue persists. =(

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