Non U.S. Google AdWords Advertisers Dislike New Currency Indicator

Oct 15, 2007 • 8:03 am | comments (0) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google AdWords
 

A WebmasterWorld thread reports that Google AdWords has added a feature for non-U.S. based advertiers. It is called the "currency indicator" and it shows what currency you are being billed in.

Advertisers who are in Canada see a CAN near their numbers, while advertisers in Australia see an A near their currencies.

One member described his difficulty with this new user interface:

I'm not sure if this is only an international thing, but as of today the Adwords UI now shows "Can" in front of all figures that have money in them. AWA: This makes cutting and pasting and reading the UI REALLY HARD NOW. Please ask them if they can put it up at the top of the window as a permanent setting or something, it doesn't need to be stuck in front of all the dollar figures. Please pass this feedback along!

There are several complaints already in the forums.

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

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