AdSense Manager – New features, interim update

December 8, 2007

Users of the AdSense Manager for WordPress may be interested in an update from Kaspars Dambis which brings Google’s new Rounded Corners and Ad Slot Ids. These features will all be rolled into the updated AdSense Manager v3.0 coming shortly, but in the meantime Kaspar has provided a download of the updated plugin.

AdSense Manager v3.0 should be along in the next week, so if there are any other updates you would like to see let me know!


8 Responses to “AdSense Manager – New features, interim update”

  1. Hitesh said

    Hello martin.
    I am using your great adsense manager plugin on my blog.

    But when I add a 200×200 or such big ad units in between the posts, the adsense ads gets hidden by the content and only a part is visible.
    But when i click permalink, full ad unit is visible.

    Why so ?

    Thanks ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. After some hours the plugin shows the following characters on the first row of my website: ” );

    I’m not sure if this is related to your plugin, but after disabling it, it’s gone. But after a day or so it comes back.

  3. Massimo said

    Keep up the great work!

  4. Johan said

    Is it possible to add a function
    click fraud protection
    and revenue sharing?

  5. AdSense Manager v3.0 – sounds great. As for now I can’t figure where should my ads show up. Doen’t see them ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Vince said

    Hi Martin,
    Great job with this plugin.
    Only thing that would make it perfect would be to ad facility for othert authors to have their Adsense code on all their posts – revenue share type of thing.

  7. Bill Weye said

    Hey Martin,

    Do you have any news about the progress on v3.0 of adsense manager?

    thanks for your work. hope you’re having a good new year.


  8. Just a quick update, AdSense Manager v3.0 has been released. It’s been a bit of a buggy start but it seems to have found its feet. Taking any suggestions and feature requests now: from what I can tell revenue sharing (for MU), limiting ad numbers/page and ad injection seem to be the big requests. Don’t worry- I’m working on them!

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