What we need is a plugin that?offers a quicker & flexible way to insert Adsense or any Adverts codes into blog posts. Apart from it ,?which can randomly place the Adverts anywhere within a post. Which comes with a? setting page that is simple enough so that every one could could use it, and?which does not?frustrate you with complicated?options.

Generally speaking, placing Adsense randomly within?posts?is Quite?a good way to experiment a variety of ads formats and?placements apart from optimizing your Adsense. If you have?a lot of?regular visitors who frequently re-visit your website , the randomization will likely attract them.

Such a plugin which i know of is Quick Adsense. It offers the following Features.

1. The author does not demand any?revenue reward or revenue sharing from your Adsense in any way.

2. Feature of Default Ads positioning : which means you could easily?Assign Ads to

The beginning of post or
Assign Ads to the middle of post,
Tssign Ads to the end of post,
Assign Ads after certain paragraphs (3 options available) & assign Ads after certain images.

3. Place ads in any whay you like, ?insert Ads specifically or randomly anywhere within a post in your blog.

4. The configuration interface is very simple and?does not require?any? coding knowledge: simply copy and paste AdSense code,?select appropriate ?options and?the plugin will then do the rest for you by itself. The code is clean and hackproof too.

5. Quick adsense Supports any Ads code like bidvertiser, adbrite or any other which means that its not limited to Adsense code only.

6. Quick adsense can Display up to a maximum of 10 Ads on a page. Google adsense ?allows publishers to place up to 3 Adsense for Content on?one page. If you are using other Ad networks along with adsense, you?can display up to?Ten Ads.

For more details please refer to This website?you can also view other related notes on my personal website

Shaheen Tabbasum is a freelance?articles writter who can write articles?on any topic on Demand for your website and blog promotion.

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