Me again, Sorry!
How do you get triple ads on your wordpress theme? Can you apply for it, if so. Where?
The blog I need help with is now-football.com.
Whether you mean three times the number of ads or you mean a different kind of ad, the answer is no. Wordads is one size fits all.
Please see what Staff, Jon Burke said here:
The Triple Ad unit option requires approval by FM [Federated Media] – the advertising partner for that layout. We submit all the WordAds sites to them and if then the sites they approve we ask if they would like to move to the triple theme. https://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/triple-ad-unit-themes?replies=5#post-922109
More details here: http://wordads.co/faq/
2) The Triple Ad Unit layout has what are called a ‘Leaderboard’ horizontal in the header, a ‘Skyscraper’ horizontal in one of the borders and a “Middle Rectangle” under the first post. The Triple Ad Unit layout requires approval for each site by our advertisers. There are also limitations on the themes that can run here as some themes will not accommodate these three ads. You can view and get updates on the Triple Ad Unit themes here.
P.S. If you are serious about blogging you need to learn how to search.
Here’s the current list: http://theme.wordpress.com/themes/features/wordads/
Seriously, if you’re serious about ad income, you need to get off WordPress.com. Why would you split the revenue 50/50 when just by leaving you could double your income?
So at the end of the month they take 50% of your income?
nowfootball – I believe we discussed the Triple Ads option by email. You can try me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are not clear.
Regarding the revenue share, every ad representation has a revenue share – I don’t know of any that are non-profit. WordAds feels that we can earn more for WordPress.com users than they would if they went self-hosted because our ability to negotiate good deals with advertisers that small sites couldn’t get on their own. Plus we have a staff of engineers to optimize ad buys globally.
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