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Whether you’re looking for your first on-site monetization strategy or already have a robust and varied collection of ad solutions, AdQuire is the answer to your revenue-generating needs.

Just starting to explore how to make money from your blog? AdQuire provides you with ease-of-implementation, minimal-to-zero upkeep, and name brands your readers will love.

Have a variety of existing advertising initiatives and looking for ways to add new revenue? AdQuire is the perfect complement – specializing in monetizing user actions and experiences that other solutions do not.

How It Works

While most available plugin options rely on display impressions and could be perceived as intrusive to readers, AdQuire is strategically placed to show after they take a requested on-site action. Typically, those include:

  • New Member Registration
  • Newsletter/Email Alert Sign Up
  • Contest Entry
  • Post-Purchase
  • And More…

As the reader completes any of these actions, AdQuire positions opt-in ads as a reward or “Thank You” to them for doing so.

The end result? Better engagement and a more positive reader experience on your site.


  1. Register to be an AdQuire Publisher by filling out this registration form.

  2. Download the most recent version of the AdQuire plugin

  3. In your WordPress Dashboard, activate the AdQuire plugin via the ‘Plugins’ menu

  4. At this point you can access the AdQuire Configurations page from the side navigation bar on the admin dashboard. Once your registration is approved, you will receive your publisher information. You can then enter this info into the AdQuire Settings page in your dashboard.


How do I sign up?

Simply follow the steps outlined on the Installation tab.

Where does AdQuire display ads?

Typically ads are displayed on the “Thank You” page immediately after users take a requested action. If no “Thank You” page exists, don’t fret, we will still be able to integrate the plugin seamlessly into the user experience.

What happens to my reader after interacting with AdQuire?

We keep your readers on your site, never directing them away from your content.

Does AdQuire work for mobile sites as well?

Absolutely! AdQuire is fully optimized for all web and mobile traffic.

Does AdQuire work for international traffic?

AdQuire only serves US traffic

How do I know how much money I’m making?

We send you a daily revenue report and provide a dashboard login for you to keep track of all your earnings.

Can I use AdQuire with other advertising solutions?

Of course! In many ways AdQuire is the perfect complement to other solutions. We encourage our blog partners to freely monetize their users as they see fit.

How do I get paid?

You will be paid on Net 30 terms for all revenue generated.

When do I get paid?

We send out a check on the 8th of every month with your earnings from the month prior.

Contributors & Developers

“AdQuire” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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Interested in development?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.



  • initial release


  • updated AdQ Loader to v2.1.7
  • updated banner


  • updated descriptions for configuration fields


  • updated more descriptions for the configuration fields
  • updated AdQ Loader to v2.1.8
  • updated default variant to Standard_80x40
  • updated submit/skip buttons’ styles
  • updated PD logo image
  • added url to PD logo to redirect to AdQuire Plugin on
  • added 2 additional fields for adding custom MainTitle and MainSubtitle
  • fixed bug causing AdQuireCapture being loaded on all pages
  • fixed bug causing exit_url to not redirect properly to a external webpage


  • updated styling
  • updated fields order
  • added plugin page thumbnail
  • added default value for container id
  • fixed bugs
  • removed SubMid field
  • removed deprecated code