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Boggle Woggle – WordPress Ad Manager

Boggle Woggle helps you manage your ads (advertisements) on your blog. You can copy/paste your ad code (for example from google adsense) into ad units or ad widgets.

For each ad unit and ad widget you can specify where it should be displayed and on what type of content (posts, pages, archives, categories, home, search) and how it should be alligned.

Of course instead of ads you can use any text or html in the units so you can use it for all kinds of purposes.

You download the plugin by just searching for boggle woggle in your plugins installation section of your wordpress website.

If you want to suggest improvements or request some features then you can reply on this page below in the comments section.

Some screenshots:

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6 thoughts on “Boggle Woggle – WordPress Ad Manager

  • Dennis Bandy says:

    Hello, just tried your app on Blog.wiseautotools.com. Thought I could display ads on the left sidebar also, not just in the articles. Nice app though. Thanks.

  • Peter says:

    Awesome widget, it actually works! There are so many adsense widgets out there that dont do what they say. In fact, there’s one I used that I am pretty sure the guy actually had his own Adsense ID’s in the code.

  • Heidi Pungartnik says:

    Hey there, I like your plugin a lot! There should be some way to manage mobile ads though … so that’s my feature request :) Stay awesome

  • Susanne F says:

    Fine working plugin. One feature I would really like to see is Adsense under image :).
    Thanks for making and keeping this plugin updated for free.

  • Dimitrios says:

    Hi I just try your plugin and is realy simple and works fine
    the only problem is that appears correct in the end of each post and in two places in the sidebar as a widjet …the only problem is that didn’t appear in the sidebar if you read a single post…in categories, archives,home everywhere is in the sidebar

  • Jesús Ramírez says:

    Your wordpress plugin is very good. I think It’s the best and easiest to use.
    I just miss that I can’t attach an ad to the header of the wordpress in page. The plunging admits ads before blog. But I love to attach ads in page too like I can do at the blog’s header. Furthermore, I would like to can set margins around an ads, because the ads and the text mix each other and it’s not very nice in my blog.

    Thank you so much for the plugging.

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