Public vs. Private Servers

When you register your Adtoniq plugin, Adtoniq will verify whether your webserver is publicly accessible. If it is not, you’ll get a warning message linking to this page to explain more. Because Adtoniq’s servers must be able to reach your web servers to...

How to configure DFP for Adtoniq

These instructions are for the Adtoniq for DFP WordPress plugin. This optional plugin configures Adtoniq to use your own DoubleClick account for ad block detection. To use this plugin, you’ll need to create a special, hidden, 1×1 ad unit that the Adtoniq...

Performance Impact of Adtoniq on your website

Companies today should look at their webpage load time as a key performance indicator, and we understand that this is important, so we have designed Adtoniq to ensure it will have minimal impact on your performance. When you add Adtoniq to your website, it will inject...

Why Adtoniq updates your JavaScript

Adtoniq’s servers securely contact your WordPress server on a regular basis to update the JavaScript that is used for ad block detection and analytics. Think of this like an update for your virus scanner, except that it’s to ensure the continued operation...

What happens when your quota runs out?

All Adtoniq accounts have a monthly pageview quota that limits the maximum number of pageviews that Adtoniq’s servers will process.  Your quota starts when you register your account with Adtoniq, and then renews at the exact same time one month later. For...

How to test Adtoniq

Adtoniq is technology you add to your webserver to monetize your ad blocked web, and like any new technology you should evaluate it first in a test environment before putting it into production. This posting covers how to evaluate Adtoniq in your test and production...