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Add-on I need help on choosing what is the best Advertisement manager

Discussion in 'Resource and Add-on Discussions' started by XxUnkn0wnxX, Jan 24, 2014.

  1. XxUnkn0wnxX

    XxUnkn0wnxX Active Member

    i am looking for a good ad manager, i mainly just need one that i can post ads on my site any where i want how ever i want i don't want other users posting ads just me the admin.

    and i assume i can configure this add one easily so that paid members on my site don't see any ads at all?

    i want to simply ad a google ad that i generate from google adsense and the time period to be unlimited so it never expires.

    i want a powerful ads manager but for simple purposes.

    where i only can posts ads
    place the where ever i want
    make them stay for ever maybe rotate each time page refreshes a new ad is placed
    only want to use google ad sense
    paid members don't see any ads
    i want my google ads to blend in with all my styles so there appear they are apart of the style
    i want it so when i insert the google code ad it applies to all my themes are once and blend in with the background, instead of me generating a new google ad sense code with its own background and size for each theme.

    i want the google ads i insert to be formatted for responsive design meaning no matter what screen you are viewing my page the ad's will be auto re sized or changed to display differently like a leader board size ad auto re sized into a small box when viewing on a mobile phone.

    i need something very close to the above specifications:

    i need it as user friendly as possible.

    i was thinking maybe this one:
    or this one
    or this one

    i am all new to this advertisement stuff so i need a bit of help here.
  2. Big Dan

    Big Dan Active Member

    For *just* Adsense you don't really need an advertising manager. You're wasting over head by running a manager just for one ad source. You're better off directly editing the ad templates to place the Adsense code.

    You could use Digital Point's Ad Positioning for Adsense http://xenforo.com/community/resources/digital-point-ad-positioning.232/ this seems to fit the bill for you what you want except responsiveness. You can hide ads from certain user groups. For instance I only show Adsense to guests.

    @Brogan wrote a great guide on responsive Adsense here: http://xenforo.com/community/resources/responsive-adsense.2084/
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  3. craigiri

    craigiri Well-Known Member

    Newer adsense may be newer than Brogans guide (that is, the code may actually work as-is). I use it that way and it appears to work in most cases. Then again, I'm not choosy....

    But Dan is right. You can use the built-in ad templates and conditionals for most of what you desire.
  4. XxUnkn0wnxX

    XxUnkn0wnxX Active Member

    yes i already knew about the built in templates but then yet again i would have to incest the code int all of my 13 themes! and i have more coming...

    i wanted something simple like the one i have for wordpress http://thepluginfactory.co/warehouse/gard-pro/

    this does every thing i want for my font page all i do is insert a slug into a group and then place that group on certain areas of my front page and it does the rest no matter if i change the theme the plugin auto re styles the ad and makes it fit in with the background.

    also if viewing on a mobile phone or tablet it auto re sizes the ad to that screen size.

    and all i have to do is insert the code once not edit every single theme i have and get really deep into the templates.
  5. DBA

    DBA Well-Known Member

  6. MegaFora

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