Simple Adblock is an Ad Blocker for the Windows Internet Explorer Browser.Â Created by Simple Adblock, this adblocking browser extension for internet explorer works much like the AdBlock Plus addon does for Firefox. IE Adblocker might be used to block flash ads, banner ads, rich media, fly-ins and much more.
Adsense WordPress Shortcode: In the following simple solution, I will show you how to create a WordPress Shortcode that can be used to display your Google Adsense ads anywhere within your posts or pages. This simple function added to your Themes functions.php file, makes it very easy to include your Adsense Ads withÂ post or page content while you are writing the content for your blog.
Google AdSense ‘Smart Pricing’ is believed to be a factor that has a direct and substantial impact on AdSense Publishers Cost Per Click earnings (CPC). Smart Pricing could be considered Google’s attempt to give AdWords Advertisers the best value for their investment while helping protect the Advertiser from click fraud and from garbage pages with minimal authority.
Unlike Firefox, the Opera Web Browser can be setup to block Google AdSense Ads without the addition of a plugin. Enabling Opera to block AdSense Advertisements is a simple process that can be done via it’s Advanced preferences as explained in the following tutorial.
This tutorial will show you how to place google adsense ads between articles in your phpbb forum. When finished, Your forum will automatically show one ad after the first post within each article and continue on any additional pages stemming from that article.
There are times you might want to block Google AdSense text and image advertisements from showing up in your web browser. For example, if you’re an AdSense publisher and need to do some editing to your site but would like to block the ads for your own safety. Or maybe you just want to browse the web without seeing any advertisements. Either way, this quick and simple tutorial should point you in the right direction.
In the following tutorial, I explain how to place Google AdSense ads between your WordPress posts. This is similar to the option of placing adsense ads on posts in category results pages tutorial with the exception that this example places ads on your Blog’s Main index or Home page.
This tutorial explains how to add Google AdSense ads to your WordPress category and archive listing result pages. Although there are plugins available to do this, it’s nice to to have full control over how and where your ads are placed. The process is fairly simple and you should be able to implement the ad placement within just a few minutes.
This tutorial explains how to add a banner to a single page or set of pages in WordPress. This is particularly useful for those that have the desire to display a specific banner on a per page basis. For example, you might want one page to present a banner but do not want the banner to appear on your whole site. This can easily be accomplished in just a few steps, so let’s get started.
Manually adding AdSense to WordPress posts is a relatively simple task that can be accomplished within just a couple of minutes. In this tutorial, we cover the process of adding the code to the singlepost.php. This will allow us to display advertisements on every post only when the post is individually viewed. There are many places within the singlepost.php to add the code, for the sake of simplicity, we are going to cover the hotspot.