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      WELCOME   10/19/16

       

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  1. On your host, how were you able to make it so that higher plans had ads?

    1. dlucas

      dlucas

      On my website "Billions Hosting", I use three plans, all free, but with different features. The basic plan, which is for beginners, does not contain advertisements; The intermediate plan (Standard) that is for beginners-medium, that contains ads; And the advanced plan (Extreme) that is for beginners-demanding.
      All have been divided for all domains (free subdomains for registration), in the creation of the plans there is the option to activate the ads. In the case of the last two I activated.
      But I use the tactic, if I choose the basic plan and it exceeds the proposed limits, it will be notified and will result in the inclusion of the site. High demand will cause the project to be deactivated until the next day.

    2. Dog2puppy

      Dog2puppy

      Cool! I'm surprised I didn't see the ads option when I was in the package settings.