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Google Expands Local Currency Reports for AdSense

Denmark and Norway Now Included

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Google announced today that it is expanding availability of local currency reports to AdSense publishers in Denmark and Norway. Switching to these new reports means that all earnings generated from advertisers paying in other currencies will be converted to the publisher’s local currency each day.

"If you receive payments in your local currency, there won’t be any additional conversions at the end of the month, but you can still update your payment method and currency at any time," explains Arlene Lee of Google’s Inside AdSense team.

To download reports in comma separated values (CSV) format:

1.  From your reports page, generate the report that you would like to download

2. When your report has been created, click CSV from the header bar of your report

3. A download prompt will appear – enter a filename and location, and click Save.

Google notes that CSV files can be easily imported into common spreadsheet applications, and downloadable reports make it easy to chart the results of your channels, as well as historical data from your account.

Local Currency Reports

Lee suggests saving copies of past reports in US dollars for you own records. "Once you’re ready to switch to local currency reports, sign in to your account and look for the green prompt in the upper right hand corner of your Reports Overview page," she says. "Click on the link, and you’ll then be asked to agree to a new set of Terms and Conditions. If you have questions or need legal advice on interpreting the new Terms, please don’t hesitate to contact your attorney."

Google encourages users to switch to their local currency reports soon, because the change will soon be required. More information about the reports can be found at the help center here.

Google Expands Local Currency Reports for AdSense
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