CrankyAds – Selling Ads On Your Blog Made Easy

There are many ways for you to start selling ad spots on your blog. Whether you want to outsource the process, buy a premium plugin to manage paid advertising yourself or would like to use another third party for ad sales, you have a lot to choose from. There is a new way to sell advertising space on your blog and it’s a service called CrankyAds was created by Yaro Stark, who is a world famous blogger and known for his site where he has been blogging since 2005.

How does CrankyAds Work?

CrankyAds is a plugin that works with WordPress and it’s free to download and join through their site. The service was created to help bloggers make money by selling their own ad banner locations on their site without needing to know how to custom program themes and setup tracking systems of their own. In addition to providing the service of ad management, CrankyAds also provides you with the tools to turn your advertising revenue into a passive income stream.

The Features and Benefits of Using CrankyAds

Once you are setup with a user account on the CrankyAds system, you will be able to access and implement the following features to manage advertising on your blog.

  • Rotate banners on your blog
  • Create unlimited zones and ad campaigns, meaning you can place multiple banners of any size anywhere in your blog layout
  • Set price and duration for campaigns
  • Allow sponsors to purchase ad campaigns directly from your site, without wasting time through negotiations or manual uploading of banners
  • Easily review, approve and cancel campaigns through an online management system here at

How to Install and Setup CrankyAds Banner Management

To get setup with CrankyAds banner management on your web site, the first thing you will need to do is download the CrankyAds plugin. You can access the plugin download information directly from the CrankyAds site. Once the plugin is installed into WordPress, you can then setup a new account through your plugins/settings area. Once you complete the full registration process, the CrankyAds Zone Management options will appear within your wordpress area.

CrankyAds Installation and Video Walk Through

CrankyAds is a fairly new advertising management plugin, but it already has over 500 members within it’s first few weeks of launching. Be sure to check out the web site and start serving advertising on your blog today.


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