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    Is there any way to block Adsense from certain pages like 'about us, privacy policy or contact us' pages on a wordpress blog, i do not want Adsense ads to be displayed on such pages for the obvious reason.
    Please help me.

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    Hi,

    If you have a free WordPress blog hosted via wordpress.com, it is likely that the advertisements displayed are from wordpress.com directly, and can only be removed if you buy the Ad-Free 'Premium Addon' for your blog which is currently at $29.97 per year. More information can be found here: Premium Features — WordPress.com

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    • #3
      Originally posted by bastones View Post
      Hi,

      If you have a free WordPress blog hosted via wordpress.com, it is likely that the advertisements displayed are from wordpress.com directly, and can only be removed if you buy the Ad-Free 'Premium Addon' for your blog which is currently at $29.97 per year. More information can be found here: Premium Features WordPress.com
      Thanks for update
      No, it's an hosted blog (not the FREE one) and the ads displayed on 'about us, privacy policy or contact us' pages are worthless making no sense in displaying.
      Please let me know if there any tool or plugin which can be used.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Pongers View Post
        Thanks for update
        No, it's an hosted blog (not the FREE one) and the ads displayed on 'about us, privacy policy or contact us' pages are worthless making no sense in displaying.
        Please let me know if there any tool or plugin which can be used.
        Ah, I see. Well, if your only pages are those three, you can install the "Awesome Ads" plugin and disabled ads for Google AdSense ads for "Pages" within the Awesome Ads Google AdSense settings.

        Let me know if this resolves your query .

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        • #5
          Originally posted by bastones View Post
          Ah, I see. Well, if your only pages are those three, you can install the "Awesome Ads" plugin and disabled ads for Google AdSense ads for "Pages" within the Awesome Ads Google AdSense settings.

          Let me know if this resolves your query .
          Thank you so much Ben, I really appreciate your help.
          Cheers !
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