Google Begins Roll Out of New AdSense Management Features

Nov 6, 2007 - 7:00 am 2 by
Filed Under Google AdSense

A couple weeks ago we reported that Google would enable code free changes to AdSense with a new Ad Management interface.

Reports are coming in from DigitalPoint Forums that Google has begun the initial roll out of the feature. Part of this feature is a new ad management screen that will replace parts of the old ad setup screen, I believe.

In addition, there is brand new AdSense code to be placed on your pages. The code looks like this now:

<script type="text/javascript"><!--
google_ad_client = "pub-********";
//728x90, date de création 05/11/07
google_ad_slot = "1938325945";
google_ad_width = 728;
google_ad_height = 90;
<script type="text/javascript"

Not everyone has this new feature yet, I personally do not have it at the time I am writing this. But there are many reporting that they are currently seeing it in their AdSense Console.

Here is a screen capture from someone who actually sees the new interface:

Ad Management in AdSense

Forum discussion at DigitalPoint Forums.

Update: Google has a new post about the roll out at the Inside AdSense Blog.


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