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VIDEO: How to Create Banner Ads in WordPress with OIOpublisher

Keller Hawthorne | April 30, 2009 | 6 Comments
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I am just soooo excited about my new ad server that I had to tell you about it! I got all of my ads set up in less than an hour with OIOpublisher! The only code you have to work with is the “Zone” code. When you set up a “Zone,” you’re setting up a location for your ads on your website. In order to set up a zone, all you have to do is copy the code OIO provides into your style sheets or sidebar widgets. That’s it! No JavaScript code to insert into the header or text files to create and upload. Even the size of your ads is determined within the OIO interface, so you don’t need to worry about css or html. I was so amazed by the process that I decided to create a short video on how easy it is to set up your own affiliate ads on your site. Read my full review of OIOpublisher here.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-5RQlrE5QY

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  • http://whatawebsite.org/ whatawebsite

    Thanks Keller !

    What a great video tutorial – and really glad to have discovered your site. I'm fairly new to blogging with WordPress ….and I'm sure I'll learn a lot here.

    Very best wishes from Hamburg

    Will

  • mikeraymarketer

    Get video and I love your site. Signed up for the RSS feed and looking forward to more great content.

    One question. In the video, you had what looked like a flash slideshow with popup caption overlays. I love that look. What plugin did you use to get that effect?

  • http://www.fresheventure.com Keller Hawthorne

    Thanks Mike! I hope you enjoy my future posts :).

    During the time I made this video, I was using a plugin called Featured Content Gallery. It's very slick and most StudioPress themes come with the code pre-installed – you just have to install the plugin itself.

  • http://www.fresheventure.com Keller Hawthorne

    Thanks Mike! I hope you enjoy my future posts :).

    During the time I made this video, I was using a plugin called Featured Content Gallery. It's very slick and most StudioPress themes come with the code pre-installed – you just have to install the plugin itself.

  • Ramos

    Hi Keller,

    Great content and info. It's fascinating to note your journey through blogging. I have been delving into IM (Internet Marketing) for the last 5yrs but did not take the stand to take action. My sceptisim has been the number of scams out there.
    Yaro is only in the next state to me. I live in Melbourne Victoria. Its time I take action. Good Luck.
    I will keep in touck

    Ramos

  • http://www.fresheventure.com Keller Hawthorne

    Good luck to you Ramos!

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