Displaying third party ads like Adsense, DFP, Blind Ferret, etc is still one of the most common monetization avenues for many website owners.

Which is OK.

The problem?

Well, there are two main issues ...

The first one ... It's pretty hard to maximize the ad earnings without ruining the user experience.

The second one ... Usually these third-party advertising platforms will require publishers to add a provided code snippet on their website in order to display the ads. And needless to say, editing the code of the theme files can be a really frustrating experience especially for beginners. And a dangerous one ... If something goes wrong, you can easily crash your entire website ... Not to mention, that you'll need certain coding skills to properly manage different ad sizes, placements, etc.

Hence all those daily questions and blogs about Adsense issues, Adsense alternatives, etc.

So I've decided to create this short tutorial, to show you a quite simple and very efficient ad management solution that will allow you to easily insert ads anywhere on your website, to save multiple ad codes, to rotate your ads, to display or hide your ads on different pages, etc. Even for multiple, different advertising networks ...

Interested?

Let's do this!



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dowj01 Premium
What a great sounding plug-in and great training too.
Thanks for sharing.
Justin
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smartketeer Premium
Thanks for the time and the feedback by friend!
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porrasgelija Premium
Thank you for the information only one question sorry for this I’m new here where can I find ad for my site thank you
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smartketeer Premium
I'm afraid I don't understand the question Gualdemar ...

But if you are talking about the "source" of these ads, then see for example this (about Adsense)
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porrasgelija Premium
Thank you my friend
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smartketeer Premium
You're welcome!
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BruceStephen Premium
Thanks for the info Zed. I have filed it for when I am up and running.
Regards Bruce
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smartketeer Premium
Thanks for the time and the feedback Bruce!
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FKelso Premium
Now, that looks like an effective way to place ads.
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smartketeer Premium
Believe me, is the best way :)
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davehayes Premium
Now this training comes at a good time. I have AdRotate, but couldn't work out how best to use it. so I have bokkmarked this training to address this, as I am a big fan of plugins and ad solutions like this

Thanks Zed
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smartketeer Premium
Thanks for the feedback Dave!
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