What is Revenue Share Ad Manager WordPress Plugin?
Revenue Ad Share Manager is a great way to split the revenue earned on your blog.
The idea is simple – your blog needs traffic to generate ad revenue. You need frequently updated content to generate traffic. You need writers to generate content, but no one writes for free.
Allowing authors of blog posts to put ads in the body of the blog post they write allows them to generate revenue from those ads. As the site owner, you still can put ads throughout the rest of your site, such as in the header, footer, or sidebars.
Both you and your writers can then generate revenue from the ads you each post on your site.
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Revenue Share Ad Manager Installation and Use Steps
- Purchase the plugin from the purchase link provided above.
- The purchase confirmation email will provide you with instructions to download the plugin.
- Login to your WordPress site.
- Navigate to Plugins > Add New > Upload Plugin.
- Click Choose File button to find the plugin file on your computer.
- Click Install Now.
- Click Activate Now.
- On the plugins page, click Enter License Key to register the plugin, or follow the alternate steps to register the plugin on that page.
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Revenue Share Ad Manager FAQs
How are ads entered in my site?
Each user on your site will have a field in their user profile where an administrator can enter the ad code provided by the author. The author can then use a shortcode to enter the ad in the body of their posts.
What if an author stops writing for my blog?
If an author is no longer writing for you, you have a few options.
- Delete the blog posts written by that author, and/or delete the user’s account. This would prevent their articles from showing up on your site, and prevent them from generating any further ad revenue.
- Downgrade the user’s account to Subscriber, or “No Role For This Site”. This would then provide the site owner with an option to display a “house ad” in place of the author’s ad on all of their blog posts. This option is a quick setting update, and does not require updating all of the author’s blog posts.
- Downgrade the user’s account, but continue to allow their ads to generate residual income for the original author.
The choice is yours.
Can authors change their own ad code?
Possibly. Only users with Administrator accounts can change ad code. If the author happens to also be an administrator, then they can change their own ad code.
This is for security purposes, since someone could potentially enter some malicious code instead of an ad code. It is up to the administrator who enters the ad code to check to see if the ad code looks legitimate. You can use a site like VirusTotal to check for any malicious code.
Where can I set a “house ad”?
Click Settings > Revenue Share Ads in your site’s WordPress admin. Here you can enter the house ad, as well as select whether or not the house ad will override the ad code for any inactive writers.
This can also be set for each inactive author in their user profile.