Curious about Reveal? We've answered the most common questions below to help you get started.
What is Reveal?
Reveal is an all-in-one, quality, below-the-fold monetization solution for publishers that use Disqus. Publishers select the ad types that work best for their site and earn revenue when their audience engages with those ads.
How do I enable Reveal?After signing up for Engage, sites will be contacted to enable Reveal based on eligibility criteria.
What does 'below-the-fold' mean?
'Below-the-fold' is the area of a webpage that is only visible after a reader scrolls down the page.
What ad types will I see on my site?
You're in control of what ad types appear on your site. Quality native content ads (Sponsored Story and Sponsored Links) are just a click away at Disqus Admin > Revenue > Settings.
How do I know how much I'm earning?
An earnings report is available in the Disqus Admin > Revenue > Settings.
How do I know when I'll be paid?
Your upcoming payments, unpaid earnings, and payment history are all available in the Disqus admin panel Revenue > Analytics > Payments.
For more important payment details, please visit: Receiving payments from Disqus
Where are the settings for Reveal?
Reveal settings are in the Disqus Admin > Revenue > Settings and can only be accessed by the forum founder and moderators of the forum who have "can change settings" permissions. For more information on Reveal settings, please visit: Updating Your Reveal Advertising Settings.
Can I disable Reveal for individual pages?
Yes. See Disabling Reveal For Individual Pages in our developer documentation for more instructions. You'll need access to your site's source code so that you can configure the embed code on a per-page-basis.
How do Reveal ads impact page load time?
Page load time isn't impacted by Reveal ads. Disqus is non-blocking and waits to load both the discussion and the ads until all other page elements have loaded.
More information is available here: Does Disqus impact page load time?
Related: Disqus Native Ad Content Promise