How to Add Google AdSense Ads on WordPress AMP Pages

This brief tutorial shows students and new users how to add AdSense ads on AMP pages when running WordPress websites or blogs.

Google AdSense is a program that allows webmasters and anyone who runs a website or blog to earn income by adding AdSense ads to their pages.

When your users visit your pages and interact with ads on your pages, you get a chance to earn some money from these ads. The more users you have, the more you may be able to earn.

It is easy to put AdSense ads units on regular WordPress pages. To do that, simply copy the ads unit provided when you logon to your AdSense account and create a new ad unit. Then paste the codes on any of your pages and in no time, ads should begin appearing.

However, if you’re running AMP pages, the process isn’t that simple.

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Adding New Websites to Google AdSense Sites List

If you are starting a new website today and would like to earn some money from your content, there are many options available to you to choose from. From Google AdSense to Media.net and other networks, these programs are available to users to earn some money.

Before registering for these programs, you’ll want to make sure your site content is acceptable and consumable by the general public. The easiest way to find out if your site is ready is when you begin to get regular website visits from hundreds or thousands of users per month.

If you accomplish that first step of producing great content that users want to read, then you may be ready to add advertisement to your websites and start earning some money.

One of the easiest and fastest ways to make you some money is by joining the Google AdSense program.AdSense is program allows anyone with valuable website content to display advertisements on their website pages for money… This is a great program and new website owners who want to make money quickly should consider it first.

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Students Tutorial — Managing User Access to Google AdSense Accounts

Our last AdSense tutorial showed students and new users how to join the Google AdSense program to monetize their websites and make some money.

For those who have been approved to join AdSense, this post shows you how to manage user access to your AdSense account.

You can share access to your AdSense account with other people, such as employees, friends and family. You can give them either of two levels of access: Standard User or Administrator access.

Users with access to your account can run and manage reports, create other accounts, depending on the level of access granted.When you’re ready to provide users access to your account, follow the guide below:

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Students Tutorial — Adding AdSense Ads to WordPress Blogs and Websites

Students and new users who want to monetize their websites and blogs can join the Google AdSense Program to accomplish that. The program allows anyone with valuable website content to display advertisements on their website pages for money.

This brief tutorial shows students and new users how to install Google AdSense code to a WordPress website to start earning some money from Google.

If you’re reading this post then you probably have heard a thing or two about AdSense and you’re looking for a simple tutorial on getting started with the program. If so, then you’re at the right place.

The steps below will guide you in adding AdSense codes to your WordPress sites to start making some serious money.When you’re ready to get started with AdSense, please follow the steps below:

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LibreOffice 6.1 Released with Major Changes — Here’s How to Install / Upgrade on Ubuntu 16.04 | 18.04

LibreOffice 6.1, (the latest stable version) has been released and available for download on Windows, Mac OS and Linux machines. The project behind the popular open source produtivity suite billed it as a major release  with numeral features and changes.

At the time of the release the latest version wasn’t available via Ubuntu default repositories. So if you want to install or upgrade to the latest released version, you may want to add its office PPA repository to Ubuntu and install / upgrade from there.

This brief tutorial shows students and new users how to install or upgrade to the latest version ( 6.1 ) and subsequent updates via its PPA repository. This is one way to always get the latest versions of the package for your system. it also allows in-place upgrade. so that all previous version will automatically be upgraded.

For more about this release, please visit its changelog page.

When you want to upgrade, follow the steps below

Some of the changes that were introduced are:

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Install LibreOffice 6.0 Ubuntu 16.04 / 17.04 | 17.10

LibreOffice, the default open source productivity suite saw a major release yesterday for Windows, Mac OS and Linux systems . this brief post shows students and new users how to quickly install the latest version of the software on Ubuntu Linux .

The current version LibreOffice is at 5.4, released back in July 2017 . this version is stable and still supported . so you do not need to hurry to replace it . however, if you like the install and the greatest of any software, you can use the steps below to install LibreOffice 6.0

One thing to remember is that you have both LibreOffice 5.4 and 6.0 installed on the same machine and use them interchangeably, but sometimes that brings confusion ., especially when you try to open version 6.0 and 5.4 opens instead .

Instead of having both installed, the method below completely removes version 5.4 and installs 6.0 .

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Replace LibreOffice with OpenOffice on Ubuntu

Currently LibreOffice is the default productivity suite on almost all of Linux distributions, including Ubuntu. But prior to LibreOffice, OpenOffice was the default and probably the only trusted one that was available then.

Fast forward, LibreOffice is now the king of productivity for Linux systems. This brief tutorial is going to show students and new users how to replace LibreOffice productivity suite with OpenOffice. Even though LibreOffice probably has more support now then OpenOffice, millions of users still use OpenOffice for their day-to-day tasks on Linux and Windows systems.

For those who are still fan of OpenOffice and can’t get it in Ubuntu, follow the steps below to get installed and working on Ubuntu systems.

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How to Disable Old Sites from Google AdSense Account

Want to delete old sites from your Google AdSense accounts? I recently sold one of my WordPress blogs and I had to scrubbed all traces of my information from the blog before handling it over to the new owner.

I removed my Google AdSense code, Analytics and other info that could be linked to me or my other sites. For students and new users who have gone through similar situations or may have deleted a blog and want to remove the blog’s info from AdSense can follow the guide below.

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How to Protect LibreOffice Documents with Passwords

LibreOffice can help you protect your documents with passwords. Only users with the correct password will be allowed to open the documents. How do you password-protect LibreOffice documents?

For those using LibreOffice productivity suite, this brief tutorial is going to show you how to password-protect documents created with LibreOffice Suite.

When a document is password-protected, authorized users won’t be able to open, read or modify it. This is a great way to make sure confidential information are kept private.

Because LibreOffice uses very strong encryption algorithm, forcing your way or bypassing a password-protecting document is almost impossible.

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Replacing LibreOffice with OpenOffice on Ubuntu

This brief tutorial shows students and new users how to replace LibreOffice productivity suite with OpenOffice on Ubuntu desktops.

Students who are thinking of using OpenOffice productivity on Ubuntu systems, this brief tutorial shows you how to do just that.

As you all know, all Ubuntu desktops come with LibreOffice installed. This is the default productivity tool on most Linux systems including Ubuntu. But this wasn’t the case a few years back.

LibreOffice only became the default productivity suite after OpenOffice parent company (Oracle) made some changes to its licensing terms that had folks angry and started LibreOffice project.

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Protect LibreOffice Documents with Passwords

This brief tutorial shows students and new users how to password protect documents created in LibreOffice.

For those using LibreOffice productivity suite, this brief tutorial is going to show you how to password-protect documents created with LibreOffice Suite.

When a document is password-protected, authorized users won’t be able to open, read or modify it. This is a great way to make sure confidential information are kept private.

Because LibreOffice uses very strong encryption algorithm, forcing your way or bypassing a password-protecting document is almost impossible.

The document owner who loses the password will also be denied access. It’s that secured. The owner may never be able to open that document again.

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