Our WP Advertising Plugin includes a detailed statistics module that collects and reports information regarding your advertising campaigns’ performance.
Designed specifically for managing multiple advertising campaigns across several WordPress sites at the same time, our WP Advertising Plugin makes controlling and overseeing online banner and image promotions easier than ever.
Each campaign can be setup to manage an unlimited number of images and banners. Our WP Advertising Plugin utilizes all your banners by rotating them in random order within your site. You can even have them targeted with their own unique URL’s to generate traffic to your eCommerce site. Measures conversion and count impressions of your banners and uses a Shortcode to easily insert banners into any post or page on your website. It even comes with a debug mode for additional support.
Our ad management server plugin provides a detailed access log of all the information reported from all client sites that are running the Ad Changer client plugin. The access log can be filtered by campaign name, date and advertising id name. A log file can also be download to a .CSV file that can be used as a spreadsheet to analyze the data collected about your plugin’s server ad campaigns.
The server also shows information about which client sites are running banners with the CM Ad-Changer client-side plugin, which websites are connected to the CM Ad-Changer server-side plugin and what banner ad groups are serving banners from internally managed campaigns across multiple websites. The information that the Ad-Changer client-side plugin collects includes the last connection time to the server, the names of banners loaded into the client and the host domain of the server.
In order to better understand the amount of traffic the Ad-Changer server-side plugin is receiving from all the connected client-side plugins, the CM Ad-Changer uses a server load module in the control panel to track the server loads of all your banner ad campaigns. This module visually displays information about the amount of traffic received for each specific campaign or all campaigns together. Server loads are also defined according to different time intervals.