Adsense notifier update



For those of us that have adsense on our sites and use firefox… the adsense notifier extension has been updated to handle the new login system for google adsense, and it should notify the user of terms of service updates.


They joke that it’s for those of us with GAD (Google Adsense Disorder) who have a tendency to frequently check stats. In the last few weeks it’s been a convenient way for me to just make sure that the site is still getting visits without having to do anything but open a browser.

It’s a neat little plugin – it looks as though someone at Google gave the heads up that the login process would be changing. It’s kind of nice to see them working with a third party plugin writer like that. http://code.mincus.com has more details on this and a few other plugins.


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