This plugin will automate adding Chitika ads to your blog posts. Chitika Ads will show your blog viewers targeted ads and are compatible with AdSense.
Yes! Many of our publishers have actually found that Chitika ads complement their Google AdSense ads. Publishers combining the ad networks have seen a 30% boost in revenue.
Payments are based on a 'Net 30' schedule. That means you will receive January's payment at the end of February, and February's payment at the end of March (and so on). Learn more about how our payment process works [here](http://chitika.com/chitika-blog/2011/08/its-august-1st-so-why-havent-i-received-my-july-payment-yet “What are Net 30 payments?”)
Yes, when installing the plugin it is recommended you upload the
/chitika/ directory. Your directory structure should look something like this:
- wp-content/ - plugins/ - akismet/ - chitika-premium/ - README.txt - premium.php - index.php - screenshot-1.jpg - hello.php
Easy! There's a tool built into the settings page, for WordPress versions greater than 2.2, where you can enter the URL of the page you want to test and the keyword(s) you want to test and it will open up a new window displaying that page with the Chitika ad.
If you don't want Chitika ads to display on specific posts just add
<!--NO-ChitikaPremium--> anywhere in the body of the post.
<!-- --> means it's an HTML comment, so you don't need to worry about the
<!--NO-ChitikaPremium--> ever displaying in your posts. You can put it at the top, bottom or anywhere in between. You can read more about HTML comments here.
There are a few different things that could be going on:
#chitikatest=cameraat the end of the url. For example:
http://yourwebsite.com/blog/i-like-camera-stuff/#chitikatest=camera. Make sure that you hit the refresh button after doing so. This will show you a preview of the ads that site visitors will see on the page.
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.1
Last Updated: 2014-5-19
1 of 3 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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