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On: 2007 / 07 / 02
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If you're following the Plugin Competition you already know about it, I've released yesterday my latest plugin, codename Who Sees Ads. As far as I know, and to date, this is truly the most advanced and powerful ad management plugin, with the following features:

  • Easy ad management: inline or in PHP templates, inserting your ads is now a handy one-liner.
  • Advanced display rules: chose what conditions will trigger the ad displaying. Search engine visitor? On home page only? Just for American readers? You name it.
  • Visual interface: a very intuitive and visual interface allows for easily creating ads and selecting display rules.
  • Ad wizard: a wizard will create example rules as examples, allowing for quick grasping of how things works
  • Adsense & YPN compliancy: per Terms Of Use, Adsense and Yahoo Publisher impose restrictions (maximum number of ads of a particular type, no ads on error pages, etc). Who Sees Ads fully complies to these restrictions.
  • Admin Click Safety: Adsense and Yahoo ads can be replaced by placeholders when viewed by the blog admin, to prevent accidental clicks on their own ads.

If you're semi-serious or more about monetizing your blog, get Who Sees Ads now. You will love it, or your money back.

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This entry "Introducing the Ultimate Ad Management Plugin" was posted on 02/07/2007 at 5:10 pm and is tagged with , , , ,
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  1. net says:

    BTW, I just released a Firefox extension for blocking your own AdSense clicks. I think you will find it useful.

    There is a “Translate to English” link (if you don’t understand pt-BR language. :)

  2. […] Ultimate Ad Management Plugin lets you insert ads into your blog more easily, as well as giving you more power over the display rules, visual interface, rules wizard, adsense and YPN compliancy, and admin click safety. […]

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  4. Infected-FX says:

    Wow, thank you very much!!
    Just it had been looking for something thus, because i have to use 2 plugins to obtain that!
    ^^ Greetings.

  5. phanthomas says:

    L33t Plugin, in fact! Only thing that´s still missing is the option to serve/not to serve Unregistered/Registered users ads. That in combination with the exisiting would just make it a perfect ad-management plugin!

  6. Ozh says:

    Phantomas » thanks for the suggestion. It has already been added to the todo list for a plugin update (see the discussion on the plugin's page)

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