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AdRotate

The very best way of putting ads on your website. As many as you want... Make making money easy!

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3 stars
3.8 out of 5 stars
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1 star
Glad I kept a copy of the old version
By ,

New version nothing like the old one, which actually did what it said it would do. You blew it, Arnan.

1 star
no no
By , for WP 3.8.2

Yeah, but I mean, I feel like if pay I will be cheated to buy it.

When I purchase a premium version, I do it because it offers me something more than the free version. But your Pro version now offers something more only because you have reduced the functionality of free version.

1 star
All was fine... until an update made all my Ads expired
By , for WP 3.8.1

This plugin used to be first class... but now it's useless.

And one of the worst thing : the latest update made all my Ads expired for ZERO reason. And unfortunately I only saw this a few weeks later, having lost quite a few hundreds $.

Now I'm looking for an alternative and I will NEVER USE THIS DEVELOPER PLUGIN ANYTIME SOON.

1 star
Every update brings problems. Not worth the money.
By , for WP 3.8

Sorry to bee so harsh but this plugin - in special meaning the pro-version - is not worth the money.

Every update brings some problems like no more click-tracking, then all ads are deactivated, you have to keep your pro-version update-to-date by yourself (not automatic updates, no messages) and the help in the forum is more or less not helpful.

The good thing: it shows ads, rotates them and should count clicks when fully working. But this depends on the version.

My resume: if you need a plugin to really track all impressions, clicks and stable enough to sell ads to clients - don't buy the pro version. Use another plugin.

Deeply disappointed.

1 star
Not what I was looking for.
By , for WP 3.5.1

It's just not what I was looking for.

1 star
features stripped out! what a shame!
By , for WP 3.5.1

i totally agree with other reviewers complaining on the mean business practice: what was offered for free now has been removed and charged for. this is mean. i feel stupid now to have contributed with tips on their forum... shame...

1 star
Don't chop features
By ,

It seemed to be a good plugin, but then logged back in to manage an add and discovered that all of the functionality had been stripped. I'll find another solution. It's one thing if the pro version offered NEW features or if the free included a trial of pro/etc, but to take features OUT of the free version is unacceptable. I'd recommend anyone looking to look elsewhere.

1 star
Nice idea, but damn confusing to use
By , for WP 3.5.1

Trying for the last half-hour to make this work for me... and I'm a developer. The author does not make it easy to use this plugin. Giving up and trying something different now.

1 star
Lots of free features went pof recently!
By , for WP 3.5.1

Lots of features were removed from the free version and only put in the pro-version.

Build a better pro-version OK, not gut the free version..

1 star
Rediculous - zeros stars if that was an option.
By , for WP 3.4.2

Tried to install, but gives cryptic note about database not found even though I JUST installed it.

Provides link to website for product, but FREE version has NO SUPPORT. ZERO. ZILCH. All it does it send you to page to make you BUY a support level (starting at 20 euros) to ENABLE access to support. Clicking "Install - Upgrade" link or "Support" link sends you to same "pay for support" page.

There's no guide on author's website, nor a getting started or anything link.

This is a sham and should be removed from wordpress.org as it's apparently now completely PAY for use commercial software despite the fact that there is an allusion to be some level of a free version. Apparently I'm not the only one who ran into this after wasting time downloading and clicking activate only to find out it's useless.

Why put wordpress users at risk of corrupting installation only to allow this deception? I just don't get it.

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