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Started by Susan Edel Jun 2, 2013.
Started by Stinky Suitcase. Last reply by Courtney Mroch Jan 7, 2013.
Started by Dick Jordan Oct 3, 2012.
I think you should work on the visual integration of AdSense. Your ad block doesn't match your design. Maybe that keeps people from considering it.
In my experience the skyscraper format works best. I run three different blogs and the AdSense revenue is completely different based on the niche I cater to. The smaller the niche, the better the results. Probably because the ads are more targeted to what the visitors were looking for.
I just started running adsence on my sites with little luck. My readers have been with me for so long, most are not surfing, just seeing what we are up to. Anybody having luck with Adsense?
www.thatshamori.com check us out, and feedback would be grand!
Does anyone use this template for their photo blog? Wondering if there is a better one? www.eyejourney.com
http://www.earthcircuit.org/blog/ using the Sufusion theme - any comments would be most appreciated!
Also - I'm getting "failed to write to disk" error when uploading photos. Anyone get this and then fix it?
Anyone using the "all in one event calendar" on wordpress by then_ly. I tried uploading google calendars to it but it bumped all my events forward by a day. I had the Quatro de Mayo, that won't work!
It looks like the best calendar plugin, but I'm getting pretty frustrated waiting for them to sort this out. Any recommendations for other calendar plugins?
hmm... interesting. I'll have to check it out. Thanks for the info!
From the research I did, the wordpress.org hosting allows for greater flexibility in design, but most importantly access to the wide array of plugins (for site optimization among other things).
One article I read summed it up as this. Basically if you ever intend to monetize the site down the road, you might as well build it on .org from the beginning. It doesn't cost much and you won't have to migrate later.
That explains it. Every time I try to enter code into the text widget & hit save, it immediately deletes it.
Yes, I use .com not .org. Curious: since you’re doing the switch, what other benefits will you be getting from joining .org.
Are you running your blog on the free wordpress.com or a wordpress.org hosted site? I'm pretty sure you can't place ads on a free site. I've recently been going through the process of switching to a hosted wordpress.org site for that reason, among other things.
Has anyone had any success posting Google AdSense ads onto their Wordpress blog? I can't figure it out for the life of me... Tips?
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