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July 16th in Wordpress Plugins by .

Many of your visitors probably use an ad blocker to avoid seeing annoying ads on their favorite sites. Your ads may be harmless but they are going to get caught by ad blockers anyway. Mediator for WordPress is one of many plugins you can use to detect adblockers on your site automatically.

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March 16th in Plugin Lists by .

Many webmasters rely on ads to monetize their website. You can always add AdSense or other ad code to your website manually. These WP ad injectors offer more flexibility:

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Ad Inserter: lets you add HTML/JS/PHP code to WordPress. You get 16 code blocks and various display options. [click to continue…]

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December 8th in Wordpress Tips by .

Many webmasters rely on AdSense to monetize their content, but you can’t expect to stay in business for too long if you are too reliant on your AdSense revenue. In fact, you may be able to make more money by trying other monetization techniques. Here are 7 other ways to make money from your content:

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Accept article sponsors: many top sites have premium sponsors. Smaller sites may not be able to strike lucrative sponsorship deals. But you could always allow companies to sponsor your best posts. Article Sponsorship for WordPress lets you do just that. [click to continue…]

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November 26th in Wordpress Plugins by .

Many WordPress webmasters rely on AdSense to monetize their content. You are not going to become a millionaire if your business model only revolves around AdSense clicks. But you could make enough money to pay for web hosting and other small costs your business has to incur to keep going. Google already provides webmasters with a lot of reports and data on how their accounts are performing. Earnings Dashboard adds AdSense reports inside WordPress.

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October 27th in Wordpress Plugins by .

Many bloggers rely on AdSense to monetize their efforts. While your business model should not be too dependent on your AdSense revenue, you could earn a decent chunk of money through this program. Want to bring independent bloggers on-board but can’t afford to pay a fixed fee per each article? You could always share your AdSense revenue with people who write for you. These plugins help you do just that:

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Revenue Share for Authors: lets you share a portion of your AdSense earnings with guest bloggers on your site. Your authors just have to provide their AdSense code to get 50% of the impressions on the articles they have posted to your site. [click to continue…]

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September 9th in Wordpress Plugins by .

Have you ever gotten in trouble with Google? As someone with a suspended AdWords account, I can tell you that getting your account back when it is suspended is not always easy. Many webmasters can live without an AdWords account. But AdSense does bring a lot of money to online publishers. The last thing you want to deal with is a suspended AdSense account. Keep in mind that you don’t necessarily have to be at fault directly to get suspended (there are black hat techniques that some unethical webmasters use to attack their competitors).

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May 8th in Wordpress Tips by .

Google AdSense ads are being used by many bloggers and webmasters to generate revenue. These ads won’t make you a millionaire but if you get a lot of traffic, they could generate a decent amount of revenue for your website. Google is pretty strict on what things you can and can’t do with its AdSense ads. Many of us would love for Google to introduce responsive ads that don’t break our sites on smaller screens. Google is working on that for now. Here is how you can make your AdSense ads responsive:

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