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Google Introduces New AdSense Mobile Interface

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People who make a serious amount of money using AdSense (or at least wish they did) will now better be able to keep track of their earnings while on the move.  Today, Google introduced the beta version of an AdSense interface designed specifically to complement mobile devices.

We’ll admit that this change might not have been in high demand.  On a national level, not many people even know what AdSense is, never mind possess an interest in checking it every ten minutes.  Perhaps that fact should just make the target group feel even warmer and fuzzier, however.

Anyway, a post on the Inside AdSense Blog explained, "Now, when you visit www.google.com/adsense on your mobile browser, instead of the usual ‘desktop’ AdSense, you’ll be greeted by a simpler and faster version of AdSense."

Then the post, which was coauthored by three members of the AdSense engineering team, continued, "We built the AdSense mobile interface to give you quick access to the essentials in your account.  You can easily check your earnings, get important alerts, and view reports (without the need for Flash) on your phone."

Or, if you miss the old interface, it’s possible to switch back via a link at the bottom of the screen, which is always a nice option to have.

Just be sure to check out the new version every now and again, since the team’s sure to work out any kinks that are present, and additional features are supposed to be introduced over time.

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  • crispy_cadaques

    Great that Google are offering a special mobile version of Adsense, though I couldn’t actually get it to work when I tried it yesterday on an iphone (in Spain). Would be good if they could get Google Analytics on mobile too, particularly as none of the normal GA svg graphs show on safari mobile.

  • pcow

    pcow

    I am specially very happy that Google suspended over 50 thousands Adwords account for advertise counterfeit products and announced three new initiatives. I’ve personally found that many ad networks under report your stats, and have low fill volumes. CaSale seems the be the best in my view:

    They payout about 70%. I use them in addition to Google Adsense.

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