Google AdWords Launches New Interface

Jun 21, 2012 • 8:40 am | comments (7) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google AdWords

Google announced the new AdWords interface is now rolling out to everyone. I currently have the new interface, it looks like this for me:

Google AdWords New Interface click for full size click image to enlarge

The new interface redesigned some of the tabs and buttons, plus made the graphs and data stand out more. Plus, Google made the interface faster.

Google is holding a Q&A on this new launch on Google+ on Thursday, June 21st at 9:30am PST/12:30pm EST.

It is often hard for those who live in an interface for so long to switch, so expect a lot of complaints.

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

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06/21/2012 01:31 pm

Very nice interface!!! Much, much faster :)

Byron Martin

06/21/2012 01:51 pm

Hi Barry. While doing Keyword Research Today I discovered a bug in the interface. When using the new Group ideas (beta) - the "save all" tab next to a corresponding group doesn't not save values like the SOC (Strength of competition), Local or international Search counts when exporting to a CSV file. Only when you manually select the keyword idea's it exports all the selected data to the datasheet. Can someone confirm this as well?

Byron Martin

06/21/2012 01:52 pm

I did submit a bug report to Google - BTW.

One More Tear

06/21/2012 07:19 pm

And why does everyone seem to forget that Adcenter also revamped with a new Orange themed interface? Much faster loading time and a lot easier to use. (Not a paid ad, but an apology for all those years i hated them because they sucked...

Etienne Dupuis

06/22/2012 12:30 pm

Small changes like that makes me happy! Google Analytic UI was way ahead, it's about time!

Thomas Kane

06/22/2012 04:17 pm

I like the new interface, it looks good. :)

Marcus Souza

08/07/2012 02:22 am

Pretty good, interface! It´s easier to find the buttons. Besides, the bar is the same of the Google Analytics. There´s accordance.

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