Welcome to Our New Blog!

Welcome to the all new AdPlugg blog! The AdPlugg blog is where you can get of useful information on a wide range of topics.

Categories

The blog is going to be organized into several different categories.

  • In the News Category you will be able to find information about what is new with Adplugg.
  • The Updates Category will have information about new features that have been added to the system.
  • The Advertising Category will contain useful information for advertisers.
  • The Blogging Category will have useful information for bloggers.
  • You’ll be able to find just about about everything else in the General Category.

Do what we say and what we do!

You know the old adage, “do what I say and not what I do”?  Well, with the AdPlugg blog we want you to do what we say and what we do.  That’s why we’ve built the AdPlugg blog on WordPress the most popular bloggin platform in the world.  On top of this, the content running down the right hand side is all generated with the AdPlugg plugin.  So the AdPlugg blog not only provides useful information but it serves as a fully functioning example of how to use AdPlugg!

We want to hear from you!

We want the AdPlugg blog to be an interactive experience where readers share their insight and even correct us when we are wrong :). We want to hear your comments so don’t be shy!

Have a question? Need a tutorial? Have a great idea for a blog post? Contact us and we’ll do what we can to make it happen.

Want to write a guest post or be featured on our blog? Please contact us.

We hope you all enjoy the blog!  Stay tuned for more…

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    • Your ads should show automatically in both mobile and desktop. Depending on your theme or layout, your ads may drop to the bottom of the page when viewed on a mobile device. If they disappear entirely, it is likely an issue with your CSS or theme and what really happened was your whole sidebar disappeared (including the ads). A cool trick for testing on mobile with Firefox is to use the “Responsive Design View” (available under Tools -> Web Developer -> Responsive Design). It will let you test your CSS against different screen sizes.

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