As I painstakingly make my way toward the finish line, I have realized that writing documentation, reviewing and general testing and maintenance are harder than actually coding, HA! I remember when I had to write thousands of words on a whim in school, just because the teacher felt we needed more practice.
With that out of the way, I am making some progress with AdVert for WordPress. I still have a few bugs to squash, need to get the website tailored to display AdVert in all its glory, and continue updating the documentation for AdVert. I will be testing AdVert on a few sites I manage, to see how its does on live sites.
A little bit of a teaser for any that are interested in AdVert for WordPress:
- You can use this with your current cache plugins like W3 Total Cache
- Detect visitors that block ads
- Get feedback from visitors (for example: whether they like or dislike particular ads)
- Designed to work with almost any theme
- Includes a robust Analysis tool
There are a lot more features that AdVert can do, but the biggest feature I want to mention:
AdVert is Free – no pro version, upgrades or add on purchases will be a part of AdVert.
Stay tuned and get ready to tell others about AdVert for WordPress