What Web Content Writing Tools Generate Higher Quality Content?

The internet is overflowing with resources that are free to use and readily available to any blogger or publisher who wants to constantly be performing analytically and pushing out the highest quality content to their audience. These tools can help publishers write content in a more engaging and succinct manner, and ensure that they are […]

AdSense Experiments Review

Just a few weeks ago Google announced AdSense Automatic Experiments, which is a new tool provided by Google to enable you to optimize your AdSense ads. After logging into my AdSense account and clicking enable in the optimization page, I saw the following: The ‘automatic experiments’ are the 2 at the bottom. Honestly those 2 […]

AdPushup Review – How does AdPushup work?

As creator of AmpedSense (the WordPress Adsense split testing plugin), I became excited when I first heard about AdPushup a few years ago. AdPushup is an ad split testing service, founded by Ankit Oberoi and Atul Agarwal. Its website explains a lot of the benefits of using AdPushup, but leaves a lot of questions unanswered. […]

AdSense Alternatives for Blogs

Before you give up on AdSense – make sure you’ve tried AmpedSense! I know Google AdSense can be discouraging sometimes, and the easy fix is to try another ad network, but before you switch to an AdSense competitor, be sure to consider the following: Google is the largest online advertising network in the world AdSense has […]

AmpedSense 4.5 Released!

I’m happy to announce a brand new major update to AmpedSense, version 4.5! You all sent me your feedback, and I listened. Check out all the new features: Client side render mode – Cache friendly! New segment types – Category Lists and Specific Category List 3 more widget positions (up to 6 now) 3 more […]

Split Testing with Caching Plugins

If you’re using a caching plugin (such as Wp Super Cache, Fastest Cache, or WP Rocket, etc), be aware that it affects how split testing is performed. A cache works by saving the server-processed page to a static file, so that same exact page is shown to every visitor without having to recompute it (that’s […]

Render Mode: Client vs. Server

A new feature in AmpedSense is the render mode. This allows to you choose whether the split testing is performed at the server level (ie, in PHP), or at the client level (in Javascript). Server mode is the default mode, and decides the recipes that will be shown to the user before they receive the […]