6 responses

  1. Mayur
    April 16, 2009

    I’ve used the All in One Adsense and YPN plugin. Will try this one too.

    • Harsh Agrawal
      April 17, 2009

      There is another plugin call whytodowork adsense plugin. Give it a try. I’m using it on shoutmeloud.

  2. R Zaman
    April 19, 2009

    I tried it in my site a month earlier. But it seems to be very irritating because most of the time it breaks the lines of my post. So I stopped using this.
    But thanks for the news about “Whytodowork adsense plugin”. I’ll try it.
    Thank you.

    • Harsh Agrawal
      April 19, 2009

      That’s why I hate such plugin because in the end you will left with a broken post. Though whytodowork adsense plugin is good for easily insert advertisement on any page.

  3. TechChunks
    March 10, 2010

    Harsh, I reached this post searching for methods to customize the Adsense Injection plugin. As mentioned, it is breaking my posts and though I found a Modified version of this plugin, that is getting displayed only at the top of every post!

    Thanks for mentioning whytodowork adsense plugin. I will give it a try right away!

  4. Chris Altamirano
    December 18, 2012

    Nice post Harsh!

    I’ve got a website in the dating niche that is starting to pick up on traffic (100+ hits per day now) and I’ve wanted to monetize it with Adsense. The only thing is that I didn’t want to have to go and create a new adsense block each and every time I created a new blog post.

    So after doing some research I’ve been finding out a lot about Ad Injection but I’ve also found this other plugin called Quick Adsense. From the tutorials I’ve found I think I’m going to go with Quick Adsense. It just seems a whole lot easier to implement while Ad Injection seems a bit more technical.

    My point: to keep things simple and get the ads in the right places. Set it and forget it you know?

    As far as Ad Blindness goes, that’s starting to evolve more and more as more people are beginning to use the internet in their day to day lives. I came across an article that said internet users between the ages of 18 and 26 don’t even see the right side of a web page anymore due to “Ad Blindness.” The eye has become soo accustomed to seeing advertisements that we block it out! So I can relate to what you’re talking about haha


    - Chris

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