How to Set Up Adsense Revenue Sharing in WordPress Blog

I have a plan to set up Adsense revenue sharing for some of my blogs, so I’m searching for a workable plugin. Some people would get worried about these kind of plugins, they are afraid that some authors might steal commission from them, replace the ad code with the authors’ own ad code, etc. That kind of thing does happen from time to time. If you are nervous about that, usually you can read the code line by line, and replace any suspicious ad code with your own. But then, if the plugin works out great, why not share a little percentage with the author or send some donation.

Anyway, I visited the WordPress Plugin Directory, and found quite a number of Adsense revenue sharing solutions. Some haven’t been updated for a while, and may no longer be supported. There are two that caught my attention.

Revenue Share for Authors (RSP for WordPress) (Last Updated: 2013-01-26) – This plugin helps you to give a small reward to your guest blog writers in terms of revenue. Their own advertisements will be displayed for all their posts on your blog for 50% of the impressions. For this they just have to fill up a field in their profile section with their adsense publisher id. Features: Revenue for Both Admins and Authors, Select the Ad spot from Top/Bottom/Middle…

Author Advertising Plugin (Last Updated: 2012-08-14) – This plugin allows blog admins to create a revenue sharing program utilising one of the many advertising programs out there i.e Yahoo, Google Adsense, Amazon, Allposters etc. It can also be used as a banner manager, author photo/website widgets.. Admin has complete control over: The percentage of author adverts to admin advert, The user level that an author has to be before they get to participate in the revenue sharing program, The positioning and content of ads…

CodeCanyon also has an Adsense Revenue Sharing WordPress plugin which costs only $10. That plugin offers more ad size and sharing options.


WP Adshare Revenue (Last Updated: 2013-01-12) – WPAdshare is a simple way to share Google AdSense Revenue with Authors and Editors on any WordPress site. If you are familiar with Squidoo or Hubpages, you may have noticed that they reward their authors by allowing them some share of revenue. Hubpages allow writers to submit their Google Adsense Publisher ID to be used within the writers post. That is the feature that WP Adshare is offering. Encourage writers to create more popular posts for your site. Additionally, if you simply just want a way to ad your Google Adsense Ads to your site, this is also a great solution. Features: The plugin comes with a fully configurable widget for display Adsense blocks in Sidebars, You have the option to insert Adsense ADS into Posts using Shortcodes…

Hey, anybody wants to team up and start a revenue sharing blog or something? Please send me a message.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.