Posts Tagged ‘plugin’

Global Translator – Translates Your Blog Into 34 Languages

January 31, 2009

Now you can translate your blog content into 34 languages by using a free WordPress plugin, Global Translator!
What makes this translation plugin better and unique than the others, is that it doesn’t take your readers away from your blog. Instead all translated pages are kept on your blog and become new content. Which means search engines will index it too! Like that you add a ton of unique content without writing or anything. However this plugin give you the choice to include the translated pages in your sitemap if you want.

Global Translator provides a powerful features which are:
• Four different Translation Engines: it has the ability to provide the translations by using Google Translation Engine, Babel Fish, Promt, FreeTranslations.com
• Search Engine Optimized: it uses the permalinks by adding the language code at the beginning of all your URI. For example the english version on http://www.domain.com/mycategory/mypost will be automatically transformed in http://www.domain.com/en/mycategory/mypost
• Fast Caching System: new fast, smart, optimized, self-cleaning and built-in caching system. Drastically reduction of the risk of temporarily ban from translation engines.
• Fully configurable layout: you can easily customize the appearance of the translation bar by choosing between a TABLE or DIV layout for the flags bar and by selecting the number of translations to make available to your visitors
• No database modifications: Global Translator is not intrusive. It doesn’t create or alter any table on your database: this feature permits to obtain better performances.

Download: WordPress Global Translator

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WordPress Plugins for Google Adsense

January 31, 2009

Google Adsense is the most popular online contextual advertising program and the easiest way to monetize your blog. Many people don’t know where to start.  Luckily there are lots of plugins that can help you integrate Adsense into WordPress. thus, helps you simplify the process, provide flexibility and as well as exponentially increase Adsense earnings.

Here are some of the useful Google AdSense plugins for WordPress 2.5 and above.

Ad Integration – While it is more a tool to add advertisements you like to your posts, the clearest choice is Google AdSense. This will allow you to change ads on your site without having to constantly edit your templates.

AdSense Manager – Allows you to manage the codes of many different online advertising networks with a focus on Google’s AdSense.

Adsense Deluxe – offers advanced options for managing the automatic insertion of Google AdSense or Yahoo Publisher Network (YPN) ads to your WordPress posts. Easily switch all AdSense ads to a new color scheme across the entire site.

AdSense Revenue Sharing – If you run a multi-author blog, this is the perfect solution for revenue sharing.  It will let you easily create multiple authors and allow each of them to have their own AdSense set up so they can earn the revenue from their posts.

All in One Adsense and YPN – Allows you to insert AdSense and Yahoo Publisher Network ads in all of your posts, opt to skip some, randomize where they are inserted to lower ad blindness, and many more options.

Shylock Adsense WordPress plugin – allows you to insert Adsense ads on your blog without modifying the template. Set it up to show different Adsense ads for articles older then ‘n’ days. E.g. insert a 468×60 ad at the bottom of a new article for regular readers, and replace with higher paying 336×280 ad after 7 days for the search engine visitors.

Googmonify – Allows you to set it up so you can add AdSense to all of your posts by just using simple tags to insert the ad units as you like.

Ozh’ Who Sees Ads – Allows you to set several options for when an add gets displayed.  Some of the most interesting ones are if the reader comes from a search engine, was published between certain dates, is older than X number of days and more.

Random / Rotating Ads – By using text files and widgets, you’re able to add rotating ads to the same spot on your blog.  You can even alternate between Google AdSense, affiliate links and more.

Smart Ads – Gives you numerous options for auto inserting AdSense into your site, such as setting a minimum word count, categories to exclude and more.

AdSense Widget for WordPress Sidebar – Google AdSense widget designed for the new WordPress Sidebar Widgets plug-in.

Adsense Earnings WordPress Plugin – displays your adsense earning details within wordpress admin panel.

Author Advertising Plugin – This plugin allows blog admins to create a revenue sharing program utilising one of the many advertising programs out there i.e Yahoo, Google Adsense, Amazon, Allposters etc. It can also be used as a banner manager, author photo/website widgets.. actually it has about a zillion uses. Give it a try and lemme know if you use it for anything really groovy.

Google Ad Wrap – wraps posts and comments inside Section Targeting tags for better targeted ads.