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Google's official Adsense plugin for Wordpress

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Msg#: 4650606 posted 2:32 am on Mar 3, 2014 (gmt 0)

I just noticed this "beta" stage plugin for Adsense and Wordpress. Not sure how long this has been out for but I gave it a try today.

Initial thoughts? I don't imagine this could make life any easier. No joke. A few clicks and bingo. In that sense, I'm having high hopes for it.

From what I could tell, I have no control over color scheme. I have just got into this, but it seems that the settings are setup in a way that works best. As in the advice then tend to give me in my account about suggested schemes seems to be how they implement on my site. If it works, great. If not, then oh well. It seems like they are matching ad background with my placement background. I don't see control over the button/link color.

My site is responsive and what I see, I like. It's adapting on the fly without any effort on my end. What I would really like though is a placement that will go in my content, and not blocking out an entire space. Sort of the aligned table within content placements. That's what's missing, but I'm happy with the simplicity.

Any one else go ahead on this? Perhaps I'm really late to this. No idea. I'm pretty darn happy to see an official plugin such as this even though it's "beta".


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