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Adsense Injection – Random Adsense Ads in Your WordPress Post Content

Biggnuts’ Adsense Injection WordPress Plugin inserts random Adsense ads into your post content, one or more per post, to spice up your ad displays.

I was looking for a simple simple WordPress plugin that just inserted Adsense code randomly into a pre-existing blog. All the ones I found would only replace an Adsense comment with Adsense code. That’s great if you want to go through every article you have and post little adsense tags, but for a site that has some bulk to it, it sucks.

It also increased banner blindness by keeping the ads in the same place time after time.

My new Adsense Injection plugin just takes a random paragraph break in your article and inserts adsense code.

This sounds great, though I’d like to know how much control over the display is available (how badly will it break things up).

Have you found a good WordPress Plugin that helps with displaying ads on your WordPress blog? What is working for you and why?

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  1. Posted June 15, 2006 at 6:02 am | Permalink

    Sorry, in my opinion there’s no such thing as a good plugin to insert ads on a blog. A blog should be about the main subject matter, and not full of advertising that will break up the reading of a post. I never have clicked and adsense ad, and I probably never will.

    If I want to find out more about a subject I will go to Google thanks!

  2. Posted June 15, 2006 at 12:54 pm | Permalink

    A blog should be about whatever someone wants it to be about. If someone wants their blog so chock-full of ads that every word requires decoding via an ad click (blatant TOS violation) then that’s awesome.

    Thanks for the link Lorelle! I hope the plugin works for people!

  3. Posted June 23, 2006 at 9:57 pm | Permalink

    I usually click on the adds and check them out. I figure that someone has to pay for the bandwith and it is the least I can do to help.

  4. Posted September 22, 2006 at 8:13 am | Permalink

    It doesn’t hurt anyoneby clicking them, at least we could help some one 🙂

  5. Posted June 16, 2007 at 8:28 pm | Permalink

    I don’t click any adsense ads unless I am really interested on it. Webmasters do need a source of income to pay for the hosting, etc. but clicking on an ad for the purpose of helping the webmaster does not help the advertiser who spends money for the little extra sales.

    Just a piece of thought.

  6. Posted June 15, 2008 at 8:53 am | Permalink

    google is so smart about this kind of stuff

  7. Aleksander
    Posted September 15, 2009 at 1:49 pm | Permalink

    This injection is not good …i have this

  8. comomochilar
    Posted June 27, 2015 at 9:34 am | Permalink

    Even if “Insert Adsense” plugin hasn’t been updated in more than 2 years, it works perfectly for me.
    In the last few days I wanted to change my main add on each page from a small one to a big one, and by only changing the HTML at Insert Adsense, all my pages changed at once. The other adds, stayed the same.
    It does exactly what it proposes…and works perfectly on my bilingual site.
    Simple and great plugin.

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