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Wordpress Plug-in For AdSense

Wordpress Plug in for Adsense

     
8:15 pm on Jul 24, 2013 (gmt 0)

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Does anyone know of a valid CREDIBLE plug-in for WordPress in which I can use my AdSense?
11:54 pm on July 24, 2013 (gmt 0)

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I use AdRotate. Couldn't do what I do without it. There's a free version and a for pay version.
3:38 am on July 25, 2013 (gmt 0)

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I was just wondering about this too. Thanks Netmeg
4:27 am on July 25, 2013 (gmt 0)

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Most any WP framework has text widgets that you can use to run your ads without any additional plugin.

Adrotate is great but will break your site if using WP Super Cache as it depends on mfunc that is deprecated by WP Super Cache.
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Actually he's got a fix for that now. There's a checkbox in the settings. I'm running it with W3 Total Cache with no problem (and that was through my 5000 simultaneous users per site peak, too)

Most any WP framework has text widgets that you can use to run your ads without any additional plugin.


True, but that won't help you if you want to rotate ads, or want to actually embed them in the content.
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Hmmm...what version and when was it released?

We are customers and were testing until Arnan gave up on July 17. It still works for single ads but not for blocks with tracking enabled.

"New information indicates that WP Super Cache dropped support for itís dynamic functions in such a way that AdRotate is no longer compatible. Switch to W3 Total Cache with still works or upgrade your hosting package so you do not need caching anymore."

We use Adrotate Pro for banners in blocks.

WordPress can do JavaScript ads by itself in widgets.

You can rotate and assign the code to specific pages using the conditional tags plugin.
10:41 pm on July 26, 2013 (gmt 0)

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I use CTR theme on one site, the layout is very limited.

Thank you for bringing up Adrotate.
1:43 am on July 27, 2013 (gmt 0)

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If Arnan told you that on July 17, then your info is more recent than mine (and I use W3 on everything anyway)

I for one can't use any of the dynamic widget plugins; they put too much of a performance hit on the sites when at peak traffic, at least that's what my host tells me.

There are other plugins, but this one works very well for me.