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Ad Logger plugin added 543 bytes of resources to the Home page and 542 bytes of resources to the sample Post page.
Ad Logger plugin added 0 new host(s) to the Home page and 0 new host(s) to the sample Post page.Great! Ad Logger plugin ads no tables to your Wordpress blog database.
Ad Logger from advancedhtml logs data about iframe clicks - it can log clicks from Google AdSense, Amazon Affiliates, Facebook Likes, Twitter Tweet button, and Google's +1 button. It does this without modifying your ad code - it uses other accessible events to estimate when the ad has been clicked. This method is about 80% accurate.
It logs the page, IP, browser, referrer, and dimensions of the clicked iframe to your MySQL database. You can then get reports showing which pages generated the most clicks, where clicking visitors came from, and who is clicking your ads the most. The data and reports are loaded using AJAX so you can browse the data without refreshing the UI.
No modifications are made to your adverts/iframes which should (hopefully) enable you to use Ad Logger without breaking any TOS from your ad provider.
You can view the raw log information in a table, and also view summary reports showing which pages were most clicked, which IPs did the most clicking, what types of ads were most clicked and more.
You can also filter the results. e.g. you can click on the arrow next to an IP address and you'll see all the clicks that came from that IP address.
If you insert your AdSense ads using Ad Injection 22.214.171.124+ you can configure Ad Logger to block these ads if too many clicks come from the same person within a set time frame.
Ad Logger can dynamically hide a named div after the click count is reached (i.e. the ads would dissapear from the current page without the page having to be re-loaded). These divs will stay hidden on subsequent page loads for the click detection expiry time.