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WordPress Plugin to Remove Google AdSense and Google Analytics

If you work on your blog a lot, you’re likely generating unwanted Google AdSense and Google Analytics impressions. There are a number of tutorials out there that show you how to prevent AdSense ads from displaying if you’re logged into WordPress. However, these involve modifying template files which can be a nuisance and time consuming. Ergo the Google AdSense and Google Analytics Remover plugin for WordPress.

I recently updated my WordPress template, which involved a lot of loading and reloading pages. Unfortunately this was resulting in my Google AdSense advertisements displaying more impressions than I would have liked, not to mention I was also triggering unwanted page views in Google Analytics. Rather than place special code in my template to stop AdSense and Google Analytics from loading, I decided to go about writing a plugin to permanently fix the problem.

Plugin Features

  • Plugin only affects the display of pages when users are logged into WordPress
  • AdSense ads are not displayed, preventing blog users from generating ad impressions when viewing blog pages
  • AdSense ads are replaced with placeholders with the proper dimensions
  • Google Analytics code is removed, preventing you from generating statistics
  • Plugin should work whether AdSense and Analytics are loaded via plugins or with the WordPress template
  • Given the simplicity of the plugin and its purpose, there are no plugin options

All you have to do is download, install, activate, and enjoy.

Download the Google AdSense and Google Analytics Remover WordPress Plugin

Here is what my blog looked like when I installed and activated my plugin:

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      1. Is there anyway to make it only show Placeholders for Admin’s, and users still able to see ads

        For example “User Role Editor” to edit capability of a specific group of users (Subscribers)

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  7. What if I am logged in (I stay logged into the admin section a great deal in order to check stats) but not editing or creating any posts?

    Also, the problem I’m having is there are usually posts in the draft stage because they are set to publish on a certain day at a certain time.  Google Adsense is seeing that “temp post” and giving me bounces on Adsense.  Will your software fix that, thus assuring Google won’t kick me from the program?

    1. Yes it would fix that, however from what I can see it will also block ads for anyone that has registered to your site. I’m enquiring to see if there is a fix for that

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  9. I just installed your plugin. I have been logged in as an editor and doing lots of tweaks to the design of my site. I hope this will slow down some of the false-traffic I have been generating in Google Analytics. Down the line I have considered allowing subscriptions to the site and member’s only content. If I go that route, I am concerned that your plugin will block ads and stats for my registered users. Hope you will consider an update to let us filter the functionality dependent on role. Looking forward to using it either way. Thanks!

  10. Some time ago, Google updated adsense, introducing asyncronous code; and, in this case plugin doesn’t work, because regexp doesn’t match new adsense asyncronous code, I think.
    Can you help me modify plugin, so it can match new asyncronous code, too?

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