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Easy Ads

Easy Ads displays AdSense and its alternatives on your blog pages and sidebar widgets: Chitika, BidVertiser, Clicksor etc. Simple yet flexible.

Average Rating
3 out of 5 stars
Multi-provider Plugin
By Plugin Author, for WP 4.1.1

Full disclosure: I'm the author of this plugin.

This plugin uses cutting edge design and a fully OO framework. It is one of my more satisfying dev efforts.

Excellent all in one Plugin
By , for WP 4.1

Easy Ads is a very easy to use Plugin that displays ads on your site and works absolutely fine on the updated wordpress 4.1. Setting up is simple and you don't need to know about any coding just input your usernames from e.g adsense and decide were you want and don't want the ads to display. The Pro features are definitely worth purchasing to protect your ad accounts. Because of this plugin I have started using Easy Paypal, another easy to use brilliant product.

Was working well but now have gambling problem
By , for WP 3.4.2

The plugin was working well until I switched to the WP default theme and now I can't use it because if I do I get squares all over my blog because the plugin is supposedly blocking gambling ads.

I have that feature turned off.

I sent an email asking how to fix this three days ago and am still waiting for a reply.

Surely the plugin should work with the WP default theme?

Inconsistent
By , for WP 3.5

I was trying to set up a Chitika ad, and the results were not consistent. I set it up to show one ad at the bottom. As I went from post to post, sometimes the ad displayed correctly, and sometimes it did not.

Yet another great plugin
By ,

A very good initive, but I doubt whether this really works.

Manojtd, why don't you write one good plug-in rather than 100s of utter shitty pluggin.

Because of too many bullshit pluggins from you, I am not able find a good adsense plugin that automatically puts couple of ads in all my posts.

In fact, I am wasting so much of time to replicate this review on all your shitty adsense plugins.

Look at the developers page and see how many spammy plugins he has wrote.

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