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Hey guys, so what's the adsense plug that you use? I currently use "easy adsense" but not sure if this one is the best method to get adsense on my site. What do you guys think?
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Why would anyone use a plugin for Adsense?
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    • Profile picture of the author That Guy
      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      Why would anyone use a plugin for Adsense?
      Oh, is there an alternative to using a plugin? I'm new internet marketing an unfamiliar with all the ins and outs. I'm thinking it has to do with coding that I'm not proficient with but if there is some easy "plug ad here" tutorial you can give that would be great!
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    • Profile picture of the author Fraggler
      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      Why would anyone use a plugin for Adsense?
      • Easy insertion.
      • Easy modification.
      • Speed of the above.
      • Accessibility - No need to learn HTML or PHP.
      • Change themes without having to re-add Adsense code.
      • Easily insert inside content.
      • Split testing
      It's a bit rough implying people who offer an Adsense plugin can rip you off.

      Anyone who makes a Wordpress plugin can do all sorts of things to your content. Stick with reputable plugins (of all types) and they can be a real time saver.
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      • Profile picture of the author That Guy
        Originally Posted by Fraggler View Post

        • Easy insertion.
        • Easy modification.
        • Speed of the above.
        • Accessibility - No need to learn HTML or PHP.
        • Change themes without having to re-add Adsense code.
        • Easily insert inside content.
        • Split testing
        It's a bit rough implying people who offer an Adsense plugin can rip you off.

        Anyone who makes a Wordpress plugin can do all sorts of things to your content. Stick with reputable plugins (of all types) and they can be a real time saver.
        So what adsense plugin would you recommend?
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      • Profile picture of the author yukon
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        Your only saying that because your selling an Adsense plugin, that makes your comment 100% bias.

        If people are naive enough to think that people won't try & rip them off on the internet, well, good luck with that.

        Just copy & paste the Adsense code in the same place as you would have to paste the plugin WP-shortcode.

        Adsense plugins are asking for trouble!








        Originally Posted by Fraggler View Post

        • Easy insertion.
        • Easy modification.
        • Speed of the above.
        • Accessibility - No need to learn HTML or PHP.
        • Change themes without having to re-add Adsense code.
        • Easily insert inside content.
        • Split testing
        It's a bit rough implying people who offer an Adsense plugin can rip you off.

        Anyone who makes a Wordpress plugin can do all sorts of things to your content. Stick with reputable plugins (of all types) and they can be a real time saver.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Just saying, I would learn basic html code, before I would use a plugin for Adsense.

    Anyone that knows html/php could easily write a Wordpress plugin to skim your Adsense earnings, by rotating their Adsense Ads with yours (on your site).

    Zero risk, If you paste the Adsense code into your sites Theme.
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  • Profile picture of the author rijans
    Adsense optimizer is the best wordpress plugin to make give adsense ads on your wordpress based blog....
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    • Profile picture of the author James Sides
      Personally, I never use plugins for my adsense.

      I recommend you place it all on your own.

      Cheers,

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      "People will remain the same until the pain of staying the same is greater than the pain of change."

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  • Profile picture of the author Fraggler
    I sell a plugin so can't say. All I know is that people find them very handy to have as it saves them a lot of time.

    There are a lot of basic ones available for free and any of those would do the job for most.
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  • Profile picture of the author Heavenstorm
    you can try "quick adsense" for wordpress...been using it for months and happy with it
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  • Profile picture of the author adempire
    I use "Quick Adsense". You can design the ads from the settings and choose how many and where to place in your posts.

    I manually insert adsense code into text widgets and use the quick adsense plugin for posts (especially autoblogs).

    Another benefit by using this plugin, is if you change the Adsense acct. # in the settings, it will change all the adsense code in the posts to reflect the new Adsense acct #. Handy if you are going to sell the website or if you don't want to go through every single post you've made to change the hard coded adsense code.
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  • Profile picture of the author Moneyerr
    Mostly free plugins are not reliable and work more for the programmer who created it. So we should be very careful while using such plugins. I personally don't like to use them and prefer to work manually for the security purposes.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Welcome too the reality of an Adsense rip off!

    http://www.warriorforum.com/adsense-...gin-users.html

    Still trust Adsense plugins (I don't, & never will)?

    I find it strange that anyone would trust strangers with their money.
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    • Profile picture of the author guitarjosh
      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      Welcome too the reality of an Adsense rip off!

      http://www.warriorforum.com/adsense-...gin-users.html

      Still trust Adsense plugins (I don't, & never will)?

      I find it strange that anyone would trust strangers with their money.
      Fully agree. Learning to actually insert AdSense code in your html takes all of 10 minutes. For anyone who's ever pasted any kind of code into any html, it takes all of 10 seconds. The referenced article was a big roar a couple years ago and it's another reason I would never ever ever use an AdSense plugin.
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      • Profile picture of the author yukon
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        Originally Posted by guitarjosh View Post

        Fully agree. Learning to actually insert AdSense code in your html takes all of 10 minutes. For anyone who's ever pasted any kind of code into any html, it takes all of 10 seconds. The referenced article was a big roar a couple years ago and it's another reason I would never ever ever use an AdSense plugin.
        Finally, the voice of reason!
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    • Profile picture of the author Fraggler
      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      Welcome too the reality of an Adsense rip off!

      http://www.warriorforum.com/adsense-...gin-users.html

      Still trust Adsense plugins (I don't, & never will)?

      I find it strange that anyone would trust strangers with their money.
      One bad plugin means they are all bad?

      A simple check of the source code or even a search to see people's past experience will tell you whether a plugin can be trusted or not.

      I just can't get over the fact you find it strange someone would use a plugin to manage their adsense (which do more than just insert the code inside the html) but happily use and promote other plugins that can be just as malicious.

      Any plugin can get access to the content of the WordPress blog. The plugin author can do anything from insert hidden backlinks, redirect, replace affiliate links, play havoc on the database, plant malware, embed frames, cloak these changes...destroy all of your blog.

      I agree that people should be careful in using any plugin but implying because AdSense is involved then they are higher risk is a bit rough.
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      • Profile picture of the author KenB
        I don't use any plugins either, and I'm seeing golden results. I'm generating lots of traffic though.. My click rate is at 10-11%. I think ad placement really matters when it comes to monetizing off adsense.
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        Put another affiliate link in and you go away.

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        • Profile picture of the author jcbradley
          one advantage to the plugins is making one change and having it take effect on all your pages. a few have said they edit it in the page or post file, can someone show me where would you put your adsense code in there? and is there a way to be able to insert it in the middle of the content?
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  • Profile picture of the author divahotcouture
    i think Adsense optimizer is the best plugin for wordpress, you can try it
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  • Profile picture of the author sojibrahman
    I don't use any plugins for adsense,i just edit header page and singel page for adsense placement
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  • Profile picture of the author SEOEnlightenment
    I use "adsense now" but you have to watch out as these plugins often show the authors code often unles you edit it out!
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    Then again...there's always PPC ;)

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  • Profile picture of the author Saranya2011
    Adsense optimizer is best for wordpress.. Is it right?.. Can anyone explain it briefly..
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  • Profile picture of the author Anna Hussie
    Google Adsense provide you the code and you put that code in your source code.But you should have access of cpanel of your site.
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  • Profile picture of the author GlobalMedia
    I would too select the Adsense optimizer as the best plugin. Have anyone else tried it out?
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  • Profile picture of the author jolinepenniman
    i prefer YAPP the best as i could random my ads anywhere in the post to prevent ads blindness
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  • Profile picture of the author JamesM
    I'm nobody's shill, but I can vouch for Fraggler's plugin. It will serve up whatever ad code you stick in there, not just Adsense, but CPA ads if that's your thing. You don't have to supply your Adsense account id other than embedded in your ad code.

    I'm actually more than capable of coding my own solution, and actually use OpenX now, but before I graduated to a dedicated ad server I used Fraggler's plugin.

    BTW you could equally easily use the OpenX ad codes with that plugin too.
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  • Profile picture of the author caseyscreen
    I have never used any of the plugin for Adsense but after reading this thread i will try it once.
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