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Adsense Plugin For Wordpress Is Going Away

Discussion in 'Social Media, SEO/SEM & Online Marketing' started by Erik, Mar 6, 2017.

  1. Erik


    Sep 26, 2012
    Just a heads up to everyone who has wordpress in their sites and are using Adsense Plugins, Google has planned to innovate how they work ads in wordpress and possibly changing how it handles the blog platform. As such, Google will remove the AdSense Plugin.

    Just in case you have not heard of the news yet, Google plans on sending emails across all who use the plugin to notify of the changes starting May 2017. There are three key dates for the move, as follows:

    • Early March, 2017: New publishers will not be able to sign up for AdSense by using the plugin.
    • Early April, 2017: Existing publishers will not be able to change their ad settings or ad units through the plugin.
    • Early May, 2017: Google will no longer provide support for the plugin.

    Google has provided guidelines for those who will be affected though, and can still use AdSense via Text Widgets, which os quoted below:

    More information can be found here:
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