Google Tests New AdSense Interface

    November 5, 2009
    Chris Crum

Google announced the beta testing of a new AdSense interface today. It is being tested with a small group of publishers. Google says the new interface was designed based on the top three requests from users:

1. Provide insights to help you make more informed decisions about you sites.

2. Offer you more control over the ads that appear on your sites.

3. Help you manage you account more efficiently

With the new interface, AdSense publishers can get more detailed performance reports that let them view daily stats in graphical formats. In addition, it provides metrics like amount you’ve earned from various ad, targeting, and bid types.

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The interface includes some improvements to the Ad Review Center that will give users more options to manage ads that appear on their sites, and offer what Google says is a cleaner interface that will make it easier to find and review them within the Ad Review Center.

"We’ve streamlined the AdSense interface to simplify common tasks, such as making a change to several ad units simultaneously," Google+Reader&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+blogspot%2FtuAm+%28Inside+AdSense%29″>says Google. "Additionally, to help you get the most out of AdSense, we’ve added more relevant help on every page, a message inbox for tips from our team, and alerts with important account related notices."

The limited beta testing is taking place in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, and Japanese. The test will be rolled out to thousands of publishers over the coming weeks (they will be notified via email notification).

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