Do you use Adsense for your blog? If you do, we have compiled for you a list of some of the best Firefox Adsense plugins that should make your life a little easier (and a little richer, we hope!):
1. Adsense Monitor
Keep your eye on your earnings real-time as your visitors click with this Adsense clicks monitor for Firefox. You can browse using the same filters that Adsense uses: today, yesterday, last 7 days, etc. You can also customize the update frequency, and use it to monitor your Adsense statistics for content, feeds, search, mobile, and domains.
Download Adsense Monitor.
MoneyQuake is another real-time earnings tracker. The best thing about it is that it doesn’t only work for Adsense, but also for other popular advertising platforms. You can browse your earnings by day and month, and view clicks and impression stats. The plugin is always a click away, with an icon in the taskbar.
Download MoneyQuake (Up to Firefox 3).
3. Adsense Preview
Preview the kind of Adsense ads that might appear on a certain page if you are to add Adsense to it. This plugin can be very useful in two ways:
1. You can make sure that high-paying keywords are the ones being picked up by Adsense.
2. You can preview the different sizes of Adsense banners/ads.
4. Google Shortcuts
Sometimes, all you really need is a button that makes it easy to access all your Google services, such as Google Webmasters or Google Adsense. This plugin gives you just that: display your needed Google services where you need them on your browser. A big Google button. How nice.
5. Ad Hacker
This plugin is supposed to protect from snoopy advertisers by alerting you to when and who someone is inserting cookies, beacons, bugs, etc. in websites to track you. It’s on this list because it can be very helpful when used as a learning tool to see how and why advertisers do what they do. It also lets you program your own rules for finding bugs.
6. Google Account Multi-Login
If you have more than one Adsense account, this plugin is a timesaver designed to remove the “Sign Out” link on top of the page and replace it with a dropdown menu of accounts. The best part? It works for all Google services and not just Adsense!
Do you have any favorite Adsense plugins? If you do, please share them with us. If you like Firefox plugins as much as we do, don’t Forget to check out our Pimp-up Your Girlfriend’s PC This New Year’s post for more!