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I'm looking for advertising manager so i can handle all the ads, and AdSense units in one place. i used open until now but its seems they are going to deprecate their system (the open source one) - what are you using then?

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I'm thinking that this question might do better on the webmaster stackexchange site, as it's really of general interest to an website owner who servers ads, rather that specific to WordPress. – marfarma Oct 3 '11 at 13:57
I disagree, the question is essentially how to achieve specific functionality (equal or similar to OpenX) in WordPress. OpenX is hosted solution, WP analogue would be plugin - not external service. – Rarst Oct 3 '11 at 14:25
@Rarst but how is the question constructive under the defined WPSE Q & A format? I agree with marfarma that the question could use better clarification to make it more appropriate. – Chip Bennett Nov 3 '11 at 16:37

Google DFP Small business is free and pretty much the only alternative to OpenX

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I'm not familiar with OpenX but I recently implemented the Simple Ads Manager plugin for a client who wanted banner ads on their site. It handles DoubleClick for Publishers (DFP) and arbitrary HTML/JS so you should be able to use AdSense as well.

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