Ad Sharing

Split and share advertising revenue with your Multisite network users using any combination of advertisers.

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Ad Sharing includes easy to use options.
An example of how Ad Sharing could look on your site.

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ad sharing allows you to offer advertising revenue to users on your single site or Multisite network.

One of the best ways to attract new users to your site or network is to offer them a cut of the advertising profits from their blogs. Ad Sharing let’s you do just that.

 

Ad Sharing makes it easy to split revenue in a fair way based on the number of impressions on users’ blogs.

The plugin keeps track of all the number for you, splitting revenue based on your selections.

Add this as a new feature to monetize network and encourage your users to start generating more income for you and for themselves.

Advantages of Ad Sharing

You’ve put in the hard work to get your network up and running so why not make some money?

  • Fair, equitable and very attractive way to share ad revenue
  • No need to touch the code or alter template files to insert ad codes
  • Use any advertising partners you want – AdSense, context ads, etc.
  • Sharing revenue motivates your users to promote your site
Ad Sharing

Easily set up your ad code and automatically insert your ads at the top of bottom of your posts.

Ad Sharing is Easy to Use

You don’t need to edit theme files. Simply install and activate the plugin and choose:

  • to display ads before and/or after your content
  • the split in impressions that you’ve like to make with your users
  • the code that you would like displayed

Users can then enter their own advertising code and if they choose not to then you get 100 per cent of the revenue.

Usage

To install:

1. Download the plugin file
2. Unzip the file into a folder on your hard drive
3. Upload /ad-sharing/ folder to /wp-content/plugins/ folder on your site
4. Visit Network Admin -> Plugins and Network Activate.

Note:

  • If you have an older version of the plugin installed in /mu-plugins/ please delete it.
  • Not compatible with BuddyPress

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 To Use:

1.  Go to your new Advertising tab in Network Admin -> Settings menu.

Go to Settings > Advertising

2.  Select your Ad Sharing percentage.

  • For example, a Site 50 % / Blog 50 % means that site ads are shown on every other page of the blog with the remainder controlled by the ad code inserted by your user in Settings > Advertising of their blog’s dashboard.
  • If your user doesn’t set up their own advertising then the site ads will be display on all pages and you’ll get 100 % of the revenue.

Select your Ad Sharing percentage

3. Decide if you want to enable Filter ads code for Safety

Filtering ads codes for Safety

4.  Decide on your Ad location(s).

  • This controls if the ads are placed at the top and/or bottom of the Post and/or Page Content

Select your ad location

5.  Set the number of Ads per page.

  • If you are using Adsense ads you can set a maximum of 3

Set number of Ads per page

6.  Insert your Ad Code for your preferred ad locations.

Insert your ad code

7.  Set up your message.

  • This is displayed in Settings > Advertising area of blogs on your network.
  • You use it to tell your users how they can set up and share from advertising on their blog.

Set up your display message

8.  Decide whether or not to show ads on the main blog.

Choose if to hide or show ads

9.  Once you’ve saved your Advertising settings in Network Admin your Users will be able to set up their own ads using Settings > Advertising area of their blog.

  • If they don’t set up their own ads you’ll get 100% of the revenue.

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