Google's New Beta AdSense Interface Looks Slick

Nov 5, 2009 • 2:14 pm | comments (2) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google AdSense
 

There is currently no AdSense publisher that would say they like the AdSense management console. Yes, Google knows that and they have finally announced a limited beta for the new AdSense console interface. And let me tell you, it looks incredibly sweet - compared to what we have now.

Here is a picture:

New AdSense Beta Console

As I reported at Search Engine Land, here are the new features:

  • More detailed performance reports
  • Enables you to view daily stats in graphical formats
  • Additional metrics such as the amount you've earned from various ad, targeting and bid types
  • More options to manage the ads that appear on your site
  • cleaner interface that makes it easier to find and review them within the Ad Review Center
  • A streamlined AdSense interface to simplify common tasks, such as making a change to several ad units simultaneously
  • Added more relevant help on every page, a message inbox for tips from our team, and alerts with important account related notices

When will you and I get it? Well, hopefully most of us will have this beta interface within three weeks. The others? Well, there is no eta.

Forum discussion at Google AdSense Help, DigitalPoint Forums, and WebmasterWorld.

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Comments:

Justin

11/05/2009 08:06 pm

I would like to find out more regarding adsense. Many succesful users are quick to hide their failures or successes showing the actual ROI. i do understand it is hard to rate unless if you have a comparable product, price, etc... Is there any way to find out actual ROI for individual business profiles? Justin

Deborah

11/06/2009 02:39 am

Now that's much better, hopefully it will be launched soon. But let Google take time to polish their new feature...as long as the end result is the same...I'm still happy with Google has to offer.

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