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After graduating with a degree in Computer Science from Denison University, Collin has spent his career focusing on web based technologies and applications. His applications are used by bloggers, shoppers, doctors, and web surfers around the world. On his free time he enjoys golf and surfing.

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GDPR Compliant Advertising

AdPlugg is now fully compliant with the GDPR. The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is an EU law governing personal data and how it can be collected and stored. Using AdPlugg For GDPR Compliant Ad Serving AdPlugg is a great fit for serving ads under the GDPR. This is because AdPlugg doesn’t store Personal Information […]

AMP Ads

AdPlugg can now be used for AMP ads! AdPlugg is now integrated with AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) and you can now use AdPlugg to easily serve any ad that you want into your AMP formatted pages. You can also use AdPlugg to schedule, rotate, and report on the ads that appear in your AMP pages. […]

Advertiser Tags!

AdPlugg now supports advertiser tags! Advertiser tags (sometimes called third-party ad tags) are blocks of code that advertisers can give to publishers to serve their ads. Say you (Acme Corp) have a blue ad that you want to display on the sidebar of Publisher A’s site. You could give them an image and a link, […]

Content Targeting: AdPlugg + Open Graph

AdPlugg just launched a new content targeting feature that allows you to target your ads based on the Open Graph tags on your pages. This allows you to target ads to specific topics, sections, tags, etc. The new Open Graph targeting feature is available to all Pro Plan subscribers. The Open Graph targeting feature is […]

Why Should I Use an Ad Server?

“So why should I use an ad server?” This is a question that we’ve gotten a number of times. And this week, I’m going to give you the low down. It’s easy to see advertising as an afterthought when working on making a great website or blog. And in fact, that’s exactly the reason why […]

WordPress HTTPS Everywhere

“I always feel like somebody’s watching me”, the 1984 hit song from Rockwell sums it up…and he might just be right! At the Google I/O Conference back in 2014, Google introduced (or at least endorsed) the principal of HTTPS Everywhere. Where as traditionally HTTPS was only used on login and credit card pages, during the […]

Facebook Instant Article Ads – For Any Site

In this post I’ll be explaining how to place your own ads into Facebook Instant Articles (FBIA) regardless of what kind of website you have. Back in April of last year, AdPlugg launched its support for Facebook Instant Articles (read more here: Facebook Instant Article Ads). In that post, we explained how to place AdPlugg […]