Advanced Ads was born from my own need for a stable and powerful ad management tool that can handle and optimize millions of ad impressions.
In 2015 I tested a dozen ad networks and only two could really compete against the existing setup. There was one which I also installed on client's sites and many of them were able to increase their revenue significantly, even in non-English markets.
They only accept quality sites with a few 100k page impressions per month. If you have that and are proud of what you are doing, sign up now.
Setting them up is as easy as with any other ad network. With Advanced Ads you can also make split tests to see if they are working better than an existing ad. You can even set a floor price and a fallback ad to optimize pricing.
The best option however is to add them in addition to AdSense. Since AdSense only allows 3 ads and does not perform well in certain positions (like Sidebars, Headers or Footers), Sulvo can still generate a steady income there.
The sites where I integrated Sulvo each generated at least a higher 3-figure in extra income per month with just 2 banners.
Get $500 if it doesn't work
Sulvo has a promise to pay you $500 if they are not able to increase your revenue. I have never seen them fail, but if you need a safety net, then this is it.
I am sending out this tip because I take the Advanced-Ads-promise to help you increase your revenue serious. If you tried Sulvo and it didn't work or you have problems with the integration then please let me know by just replying to this email.
With the new add-on and a constant irritation why the Pro add-on is not included in the Bundle xI added a new Pro Bundle.
The Pro Bundle contains ALL add-ons, including Advanced Ads Pro and every future add-on. You already save up to 60% now.
Ad block disguise
Until now, Ad blockers could remove any script that was used by Advanced Ads or the add-ons and so mess up ads. The new ad-block-disguise feature makes these files undetectable. However, if you don't use add-ons, there is no need to set it up.
Inject ads based on any headline level
Advanced Ads Pro now allows you to inject ads based on any headline level. Until now, you had to select a specific headline level (h2, h3, or h4), but with this option, any of these levels will be considered.
Ad user roles
Just before the Holidays I was introducing the option to allow Editors to manage ads. Advanced Ads Pro now also adds an option to the user edit page that enables you to grant individual users the right to manage or place ads.
When set to auto, cache-busting will now turn off if not needed, e.g. when there is only one ad without visitor conditions. This is a large performance boost, I suppose.
As always, let me know if you have any questions regarding these new features.