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Weird issue: Ads on one of my blogs won't update when I change the code

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Ranko Jones, Mar 26, 2012.

  1. Ranko Jones

    Ranko Jones BANNED BANNED

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    I wondered why the fuck i wasnt getting clicks for my new adsense code and why I still kept getting money for the other ppc networks.

    I checked today and the ads of the other networks are still shwoing rather than the adsense ones.

    The adsense ads show on my home computer but I look on my vps and also through a private proxy and both show the old ads.

    I dont understand how this can be...

    I just deleted the plugins which are serving the ads and the fuckers are still there!

    How do I get rid of them to put my new adsense code on there?

    I tried putting the code on again via the vps, refreshed and seemed to be ok then I check through the other proxy and the fucker still hasnt changed! The new code only seems to show on the ip address I put it on.

    Any ideas how to fix this weird issue?

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    Ok figured it out I think my partner had put on some supercache bullshit plugin which was serving the old ads :p.
     
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  2. BHopkins

    BHopkins Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    I was going to suggest clearing the cache plugin...I've done that before :)
     
  3. HG-Emp

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    yeah, usually its just the cache plugin. i have had that problem with w3 for some reason. just clear it, disable, enable. if anything, you might wanna check out a new cache plugin. wouldn't recommend disabling it all-together though, it would run zombie task and slow your hosting down