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Another great use for the seoquake plugin! Dummy Insurance!

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by dada2008, Nov 18, 2009.

  1. dada2008

    dada2008 Junior Member Premium Member

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    Wow... So I have this adsense site up. I haven't really done much to promote it, but it is on the 2nd page of google right now, so I'm going to tweak it a bit to try to get it on the 1st page.

    So I just installed the seoquake plugin with seolinx & guess what I see on my post.

    Someone else's adsense publisher ID!

    I already edited the template to replace the existing ones with mine, so I either missed this one part of the template, or there was something in there that could make it revert back even after being edited.

    At this point I will assume it was my oversight.... but damn, if I hadn't installed this plugin I probably would've never known!

    I was already really liking this plugin, but now I consider it a must have!
     
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  2. oxonbeef

    oxonbeef BANNED BANNED

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    I use it all the time but I remember to shut it off before posting or you
    get what you got at the bottom of every post.
     
  3. Blueprint

    Blueprint Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    get someone to click bomb it. lol
     
  4. dada2008

    dada2008 Junior Member Premium Member

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    You mean it inserts the pop up information into the post?


    edit: i see
     
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  5. oxonbeef

    oxonbeef BANNED BANNED

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    yeh! it ends up everywhere if you're not carefull.
     
  6. dada2008

    dada2008 Junior Member Premium Member

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    Now that's annoying. Anyone know how to disable that part without restarting firefox each time?
     
  7. dada2008

    dada2008 Junior Member Premium Member

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    Actually, upon further investigation, I just had to disable seolinx, which isn't the part that detected the ad... it was the adspy portion of the main seoquake plugin.

    So, I'd say, YES to the seoquake plugin, be sure to enable adspy in the preferences, but NO to the seoquake seolinx plugin.... too much hassle. :D