AdSense Manager 3.x can efficiently handle adsense ads easily on your wordpress blog, without requiring the user to copyâ€“paste the adsense code, unlike other adsense plugins.
One of the latest updates to the popular WordPress ad management plugins is the AdSense Manager. WordPress AdSense Manager can efficiently handle adsense ads easily on your blog. This plugin is, indeed, a boon for people who donâ€™t know HTML coding very well. In addition to this benefit, the AdSense Manager doesnâ€™t require the blog user to copy and paste the adsense code, unlike other adsense plugins. All you need to do to use the AdSense Manager is to fill in your Google Adsense account ID and create a single ads block. You can also modify your ads block by changing the ads colors, sizes, layout, etc. WordPress AdSense Manager also supports K2 modules. The latest version AdSense Manager supports a number of changes in the Google Adsense service and marks a recent update in new blog-targeted ad networks. To set up Adsense Manager, you donâ€™t to take much pain. Previously, you had to input your Google Adsense ID manually while setting up Adsense Manager; however, this thing gets automatically updated in the latest version of Adsense Manager.