Easy to use WordPress plugin to insert Google Adsense to your WordPress posts, pages and sidebar.
|Author:||Tips and Tricks HQ, Ruhul Amin (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||3.0|
|WordPress version tested:||4.9.7|
|Added to WordPress repository:||12-11-2008|
|Total downloads:||171 851|
|Active installs:||10 000+|
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- Unzip and Upload the folder ‘WP-Simple-Adsense-Insertion’ to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Go to Settings and configure the options eg. Copy and paste the Google Adsense code that you want to use.
- Add the trigger text [wp_ad_camp_1] to a post or page where you want it to appear.
Does this plugin allow complex adsense management?
Can I automatically insert adsense code at the end of every article?
Can I automatically insert adsense inside every article?
Yes. You can automatically insert after after the 2nd paragraph of every article.
I am updating an older version of the plugin. Will it still work?
The method for displaying ads changed in version 1.2. The old style will continue to work in this version, but it highly suggested that you update all the adcode in your content to the new method.
An easy way to do this would be to install the find/replace plugin (https://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/search-and-replace/) and update all your old tags. Example: Find and replace it with [wp_ad_camp_1].
- Added a new option to automatically insert adsense code at the end of every article. Thanks to Drew Glows for providing the update.
- Ability to use in-article ad code. If specified, the ad code is inserted after the 2nd paragraph of every posts.
- Updated the code to remove a couple of the debug mode warnings.
1.7 – WordPress 4.2 compatibility
1.6 – WordPress 3.8 compatibility
1.5 – Added a 5th ad code slot
1.4 – Added a 4th ad code slot
1.3 – Added a new shortcode implementation to display the adsense ads
1.2 – Changed from displaying adcodes through content filtering to the shortcode method