How To Reset placeholders with Ezoic plugin WordPress

How To Reset placeholders with Ezoic plugin WordPress

How To Reset placeholders with Ezoic plugin WordPress
Hi guys. I just wanted to do a quick tutorial on the zoic ads platform. Now I installed the Zoic platform through my plugin, and that way I thought it’d be the fastest way to resolve any issues, and then maybe I can learn later how to maximize my profit, which I am at the moment.
I’ve got a few sites that are running on Ezoic. One is running really well, and that is through the plugin system.
So I thought, why reinvent the wheel? The placeholders are working really well. So on the other site, which I’ve got up now, it’s not working so well.
And I noticed that when Zoic said, increase your revenue, and I clicked it and I just thought to myself, this isn’t working. The revenue is going down. My, my site’s full of spammy ads. There’s just way too many ads. I don’t like this.
And I was profiting more with less traffic before, and my E M P V was a lot better, a lot higher.

Navigating the complexities of the Zoic plugin can be a daunting task, especially when you’re trying to reset its configuration and placeholders. If you’ve found yourself making changes to placeholders and are now in need of reverting those changes, you’re in the right place. Here’s how you can easily manage your Zoic settings and ensure your site’s revenue doesn’t suffer due to misconfiguration.

Firstly, access your Zoic settings. This is where the heart of the plugin resides. Once there, navigate to the “Ad Settings.” This area might seem overwhelming at first, especially if you’re trying to tweak codes or assess your revenue metrics. I’ve been there, struggling to make sense of it all, particularly when noticing a significant drop in performance from what used to be one of my highest-earning configurations.

The solution? Resetting your placeholders. Here’s a detailed walkthrough:

  1. Access the Publisher Dashboard: Start by clicking on the settings icon, which looks like a little cogwheel. Scroll down to the bottom of this menu.
  2. Reset or Clear Default Configuration: Here, you’ll find the option to reset. This is crucial if you’re looking to revert to the original placeholder settings that were initially configured for optimal performance.
  3. Execute the Reset: Choose to reset the placeholders. This action will revert your settings back to their default state, which is particularly useful if your site’s earnings (E M P V) have decreased significantly.

After resetting, you’ll likely notice an immediate change. In my experience, the percentage of revenue started to climb, presumably based on prior data configurations. It’s a step I recommend taking periodically to ensure your site’s ad performance remains optimal.

Furthermore, the Zoic plugin allows for a detailed review of which placeholders are enabled or disabled post-reset. If you wish to re-enable certain features, simply position them as desired, and they will become active again.

This guide is born out of my own frustrations and the journey to solving a seemingly complex problem with a simple solution. The drop in revenue, albeit small, was significant enough for a site of my size, proving that every little improvement counts.

Hopefully, this guide sheds some light on managing your Zoic plugin configurations more effectively. Remember, maintaining your site’s ad settings isn’t just about tweaking numbers—it’s about understanding how those numbers affect your overall revenue. Here’s to improved earnings and less frustration!

And let’s hope that that revenue improves because it dropped a few dollars a day. Not much. It’s only a small site, but it definitely adds up. So hopefully this helped you.
Ryan Griffiths
Author: Ryan Griffiths

Ryan is an Australian Digital Marketing Specialist and the director of Geek Media. With a main focus on SEO and Paid Ads such as Google PPC and Facebook/Meta Ads. He has grown multiple e-commerce brands into 6 figure companies.

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