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PHPAdsNew and Google Adsense Integration
April 11, 2006 @ 07:03:27

Surf around the web for a while and you're sure to notice something similar about a lot of the pages out there - the Google Adsense ads. They've almost become something people expect on a site (well, except for the large commercial ones), and, utilized correctly, they can have a positive effect on your wallet. In this new post from Miles Evans, he lets us in on a secret of how to use phpAdsNew to work with his Google ads.

Alright this is a powerful concept with very little effort on your part. I went over the open source PHPAdsNew in a previous review but I didn't really get into some of its slicker features, specifically when it comes to integration with your favorite contextual ad publishing system. In this tutorial I will go over how I use PHPAdsnew to help me create, track, test and dynamically rotate my Google Adsense ads.

Once you've gotten phpAdsNew installed, you're only nine steps away from reaching a setup just like his. It makes use of the customization allowed of the HTML on the adsense ads to create custom rotating ads.

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