How to Turn on AMP with Google Adsense and Google Ad Manager Advertising

Are you so frustrated at your Web loading speed that is affecting the web monetisation? Indeed slow loading speed is due to complicated reasons, such as server capability, web building structures, elements overloading in the structure, etc. If you are not a web developer, it can be a headache question and it can dominate lots of time a day to fix and maintain.

Being said that, web loading speed is so important for SEO performance, CTR, and particularly web ads monetization performance that you can’t ignore it and leave it what it is. So in this article, I’ll talk about how to install and activate AMP for your wordpress website with Google adsense advertising. By the end of this piece, you can figure out how AMP works without duplicate content issues and enjoy much faster loading speed with advertising insertion.

Amazon FBA Versus Amazon Associate

In this article, I’m going to share with you the difference between FBA & Amazon associates. Thus, you can learn how one and the other can help you monetize your products and traffic.

How To Fix Google Adsense Ad.txt Issue

In this article, I’m going to share with you how to fix Google Adsense ad.txt. This issue would affect your webpage advertising revenue earning from Google AdSense. You’ll learn how to solve this issue. Why this issue happens This message is self-explanatory. It updates that we haven’t added an ad.txt file to our website. Google requests us to upload to our website because it can help advertisers identify fake, robot, and counterfeit inventory they might be buying. Thus, it helps us prove we’re authentic publishers, and receive more advertiser spend that might have. Otherwise, we might go toward fake inventory. IAB initiates ads.txt to improve transparency in the programmatic ads industry. In AdSense, publishers can download their own ad.txt file and upload it to their websites, in order to identify the authorization to sell ads inventory. The files are publicly available to be crawled by advertisers, third-party vendors, and ads…