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Adsense featured WordPress theme

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Tim Yang and Ozh have released Problogger Clean, a clean 3 columns theme with original features mostly aimed towards Adsense.

Options are managed from an admin panel (using WordPress Theme Toolkit) which gives the theme a lot of functionalities and customization possibilities.

The theme comes with built-in ads, so you won’t have a hard time trying to implement ads in a theme that was not designed for it. Its feature I like best : “Adsense Click Safety“, which prevents any click you could make on your own ads to be recorded, therefore to be counted as fraudulent.

Read more : Tim’s announcement, Ozh’s announcement.

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  1. Alan says:

    Not especially impressed…

  2. Tom (14 comments.) says:

    It’s a step in the right direction ..

  3. Ozh (88 comments.) says:

    Alan : it’s not meant to be “impressive”, it’s meant to be original and useful :) Aimed towards content, not container : it’s a theme that focuses on what you write.

  4. Rick Beckman (1 comments.) says:

    Doesn’t seem to work with WordPress 2 BETA 1. :(

  5. Tim Yang (2 comments.) says:

    Rick, thanks for spotting that. The theme will work with WordPress 2 when it comes out of beta. It will be fixed.

  6. vladimir (1 comments.) says:

    I worked on a wordpress adsense theme based on the default template, it’s getting a good CTR.

    Vladimir

  7. Marfy (1 comments.) says:

    Does it work with 2.1

  8. Mahesh Singh (1 comments.) says:

    At the moment I am using “Bubbles Adsense Theme for WordPress” and its working good for me :)

  9. blogger tools (1 comments.) says:

    Hi there, in my opinion the problogger clean adsense theme is a bit too clean. I use WP colors theme from Colleen Chard, seo friendly and adsense ready. looks pretty good and CTR is better then the other themes I’ve tried.
    http://blog-themes.kalinawebde.....wp-colors/

  10. Chad (1 comments.) says:

    Interesting but it do not like the huge gaps, is there a way to fix that?



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