When Google disabled ad-serving to the mobstac-powered mobile version of my blog, (m.ogbongeblog.com), I monetized it with AdDynamo for two months, made some money and got paid directly into my bank account but I am still not satisfied with the AdDynamo Pay Per Click program which eventually led me to remove their ads from my mobile site after Google ads were restored to the site.
If you are an AdDynamo publisher, you might have noticed that AdDynamo very often displays ads for its own service despite claiming they have many advertisers. This might be frustrating because clicks on the AdDynamo ads will not earn you anything. Besides, AdDynamo seems not to care about the quality of ads been served. I have seen many ads leading to sites promoting “get-rich-quick” schemes and some other craps. This doesn’t go well with me at all.
The reasons above keep discouraging me from publishing AdDynamo ads with Adsense ads on the same pages of my blog till this very moment. If you have been banned from Adsense or Ad-serving disabled to your blog, you might have no choice than to use AdDynamo despite the complaints above but guess what? You can still filter out AdDynamo ads that you don’t want to be displayed on your blog, even inlcuding the ads AdDynamo use to promotes its service.
So, How Do I Stop Unwanted AdDynamo Ads From Displaying On My Blog?
==> Login to your AdDynamo dashboard
==> Click on “Channels“
==> Click “Web” or “Mobile” tab (depending on the type of Channels you have created)
==> Click on the “Manage Excluded Websites” icon next to each channel, as indicated in the picture below
==> Enter the website addresses of the landing pages of adverts you do not want to be displayed in your AdDynamo channel (one url per line). If you want to block AdDynamo ads, enter: www.addynamo.com
==> Click the “Save Sites” button.
Thereafter, if you monitor the ads that are displayed on your blog, you will no longer see the blocked ads but remember, you must exclude the sites on all channels in your accounts. If not, the unwanted ads might still display on your blog, on channels where you did not exclude the sites from.
I hope this works for you.
Are you OK with the ads AdDynamo is serving to your blog? Are you making some good money from the AdDynamo ads? Please let me hear from you.