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  • Resolved Hitesh Bhasin

    (@marketing91)


    I am loving your plugin but the only thing holding me back is the integration of adsense? I am 100% sure a premium version of your plugin will come later and i am ready for it. But any plans in the future to add adsense ads?

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  • Jose Varghese

    (@josevarghese)

    Hello @marketing91,

    Good day and thanks a lot for your kind words.

    As our plugin SuperPWA is to convert WordPress website into Progressive Web Apps, what all functionalities within your website (that can be viewed via mobile view) will work perfectly upon Progressive Web Apps.

    Can you give the plugin and try and see how it turns out? We do a clean uninstall, every database entry and file is removed during uninstall. In fact, we do not even write to the database until you save a setting. So you can test safely without affecting your current website.

    Looking forward to knowing your thoughts.

    Thanks,
    Jose Varghese

    Arun Basil Lal

    (@arunbasillal)

    Hello @marketing91,

    My name is Arun, just wanted to pitch in adding to what Jose said. While we would love to, offline caching of Adsense ads is not possible afaik. (Also not sure if it violates the TOS).

    As of now external resources are not cached (which includes Adsense Ads). Also if the user clicks the ads when offline, nothing really happens.

    While we do not have anything related to monetizing the PWA in the short term roadmap, we can definitely explore some options in the future 🙂

    Please let us know your feedback about SuperPWA 🙂

    Thread Starter Hitesh Bhasin

    (@marketing91)

    I am very happy to see the plugin authors offer support. And i am now very disappointed with myself because the reason was so trivial!

    I tried your plugin in the staging version of the site. Loved it. It integrated well on my mobile. But because it was the staging version, i had kept my adsense plugin disabled because i did not want unnecessary views to adsense.

    And i thought that it was your plugin not supporting adsense! Foolish of me 🙂

    Thanks a lot for the feedback. And yes – the plugin is very good and hassle free. The “Hassle free” part is the main focus for bloggers who get good traffic! All the best to you guys.

    Jose Varghese

    (@josevarghese)

    Thanks a lot @marketing91 for your kind words. Glad to know that you liked our plugin well.

    Keep supporting us and also don’t forget to share with your WordPress friends about our small plugin.

    Looking forward. 😋

    Thanks,
    Jose

    Thread Starter Hitesh Bhasin

    (@marketing91)

    @josevarghese @arunbasillal

    Adsense is not allowed in PWA. There goes my opportunity to start giving PWA to my readers.

    it is not only about earnings, how do i STOP showing ads on the PWA if they are already displaying on mobile? And ultimately, if PWA is running then i would like to monetize it.

    it seems, PWA is a silver lining and neither ADMOB or ADSENSE is able to monetize it. More on this discussion here

    https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/adsense/ku4jAk9-T7o

    So i think u guys will have to take this into consideration and possibly work out Admob integration in the future so that ad bloggers are able to monetize.

    Regards
    Hitesh BHasin

    Arun Basil Lal

    (@arunbasillal)

    Hello Hitesh,

    I see the problem, but at this point its a policy related problem. As PWA adoption and popularity grows, there ought to be a better way to deal with this problem.

    it is not only about earnings, how do i STOP showing ads on the PWA if they are already displaying on mobile?

    I have added this to our feature requests board. As you guessed, right now there is not an out of the box solution for this. We will think about it and see what can be done 🙂

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