Ads on sidebar

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  • #505337

    miamisobe
    Member

    I have to implement an code on the sidebar, how do i do this toshow right.?
    If i paste the in widget tekst box, the tekst will not apear.?

    <iframe src=”http://tracking1.euroads.dk/system/showadv.php?sid=1&cpid=1035&adid=168628&acid=4033&eatrackid=11822″ width=140 height=350 marginwidth=0 marginheight=0 ALLOWTRANSPARENCY=true frameborder=0 scrolling=no bordercolor=#000000 hspace=0 vspace=0></iframe>

    The blog I need help with is miamisobe.wordpress.com.

    #505454

    Hi! Advertising is not allowed on WordPress.com blogs. You can find full details at:
    http://en.support.wordpress.com/advertising

    That embed code will be removed and the ad will not display.

    #505463

    miamisobe
    Member

    ok thanks a lot.!!

    #505469

    miamisobe
    Member

    Hi Again

    Is there some posibility to get i allowed then.? I´ve allready have some advertising bannes on the site, should i remove this a.s.a.p.??

    I though that i could pay something for the blog thats make i okay?

    #505472

    Hi. Yes, you will need to remove those ads you have added to the sidebar. Advertising is only allowed on self-hosted WordPress.org blogs. If you were to set up a self-hosted site you would be able to run ads.

    You can find more information about the difference between WordPress.com and WordPress.org at:
    http://en.support.wordpress.com/com-vs-org/

    #505749

    Is “self-hosted” the same as owning the domain name? I paid for my blog’s name, and I am going to pay for the Custom CSS I will have put up soon. I was hoping to earn back some of the money I am spending by selling ad space. I can understand why I wouldn’t be allowed to put up ads if my blog was totally free, but I am forking over some cash to WordPress, so does that allow me the benefit of selling ad space?

    #505750

    holidayfilms
    Member

    hello. I was wondering if someone can help me out with this…..
    My problem: I added a txt widget so I can add a second smaller background on top of my larger to my blog. I put
    <div style=”position:fixed;top:0;left:243px;background:black url(‘URL of image’) repeat scroll;width:66%;height:100%;z-index:-1000;float:left;”></div>
    in the text widget and when I preview it My smaller background doesn’t re size properly when I resize the internet window , it seems like the left side doesn’t move but the right side moves to re size to the internet windows size . Please help asap. Thank you

    #505751

    auxclass
    Member

    The cost of the WordPress.COM upgrades is so minor compared to regular self hosting,I am amazed you are complaining at all. self hosted sites are $ 10 to $ 25 per month and up. Add that when something does not work on a self hosted site you are the Tech Support.

    Self hosted is not the same as “owning the domain name” (you don’t “own” it just registering your use of it).

    Self hosting is when you have a host where you do all the work, install the software, do the upgrading when a new software release comes out, make backups, choose Plug-in’s and install them to do functions that are built into the WordPress.com widgets.

    More on the difference: http://support.wordpress.com/com-vs-org/

    Much easier on WordPress.COM.

    #505752

    Well, I wasn’t sure what the difference was. I didn’t mean to complain. Sorry for troubling you.

    #505753

    auxclass
    Member

    Glad to help, no bother, if something bothers me I tend not to answer at all.

    I have both types of sites and it is much easier here. Some people start / build a site here and when traffic builds they move the site from WordPress.COM so they can accept adds. However from what I see, you need a ton of traffic to break even.

    good luck

    #505754

    raincoaster
    Member

    What nobody is mentioning is, if you have 1000 or so hits a day you can get the Ad Control upgrade, which allows you to put ads on your blog and split the revenue with WordPress 50/50.

    If you have less readership than that, it’s not worth putting ads on anyway.

    #505755

    Even 1000 per day is iffy depending on your content and demographics. The type of content draws a certain type of audience (visitor), and some types of audiences are more likely to click on ads than others.

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