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Google Analytics Gets Some New Features

Google Analytics Gets Some New Features

Google announced the addition of a new publisher reporting section to Google Analytics. This replaces AdSense Reports, and is actually called “Publisher Reporting”. “Users with existing AdSense reports will see them move into this new section, and be joined by an integration with Ad Exchange, for those publishers that don’t currently serve Ad Exchange as backfill through DFP,” Google says …

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AdSense Gets New User Consent Policy

AdSense Gets New User Consent Policy

Google announced the implementation of a new user consent policy for AdSense as the result of demands from the European Union. The policy makes publishers who have site visitors from the EU ask permission for using their data. Here’s the actual full text of the policy: When using Google products that incorporate this policy, certain disclosures must be given to …

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Google Says It’s Increasing AdSense Payment Transparency

Google Says It’s Increasing AdSense Payment Transparency

Google announced on Monday that it is increasing the transparency of AdSense payments in that it will start letting you see invalid activity deductions that cause differences in estimated and finalized earnings. The company says this is in response to feedback from publishers who want to know more about this (some of which presumably haven’t been very happy with said …

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How AdSense Publishers Should Use Google’s New ‘Matched Content’ Tool

Google announced the launch of a new (and free) content recommendation tool for AdSense publishers called Matched Content. It simply shows more of your content to your users similar to other available content recommendation tools. It generates “contextually relevant and personalized” article recommendations from the pages on your site, and looks pretty much how you would expect such an offering …

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Google Revamps AdSense Performance Reports

Google is giving AdSense publishers a new dashboard for performance reporting, where they can quickly get a better grasp on insights into how much they’re earning, and what is impacting that for better or worse. Here’s what it looks like: You can find this under the performance tab. According to Google, it gives you more control and flexibility, and lets …

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Google Adds Surveys To Ad Muting

Back in 2012, Google launched the “mute this ad” [x] icon for AdSense ads, enabling users to have more control over the ads they see. This appears in the corner of display ads on the Google Display Network. When a users clicks the x, they no longer see ads from that campaign. On Monday, Google announced a new feature that …

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Another Publisher Goes After Google For Unpaid AdSense Earnings

There’s been a lot of this going around lately. Publishers are getting banned from Google AdSense after Google tells them they’re in violation of their rules. This happens after the publisher accrues a sizable amount of earnings and readies for the payday. It also happens after Google reps have indicated that the sites were in compliance in the first place. …

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Google Simplifies Analytics, AdSense Account Linking

Google announced that it has made it easier to link your Google Analytics account to your AdSense account. The process now requires fewer steps. Additionally, you can now link the AdSense account to multiple Analytics accounts. Google says linking the accounts can help you optimize your site, improve user experience, and grow your revenue. “If you want to grow your …

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Google Introduces AdSense For Shopping

Google has extended its shopping ads to third-party sites with AdSense for Shopping, which lets sites serve ads from Shopping Campaigns. The offering is currently only available to a handful of publishers in retail and commerce. Here’s what it looks like: Google says as it extends the offering to more publishers, it expects advertisers with Product LIsting Ads opted into …

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Amazon Is Going After Google’s AdSense

Amazon is looking to move further in on Google’s turf with an expanded ad network, which would aim to rival AdSense. This is something that consistently disappointed investors would relish. Amazon invests a lot of money on future growth, and as a result has difficulties with posting profits. A solid ad network business could be just the thing to turn …

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This Guy Says Google Took Away $46K In AdSense Earnings, And He Doesn’t Know Why

It’s not uncommon to hear about an over-dependence on Google costing people big money. There have been plenty of tales of businesses losing all their search visibility after Google algorithm changes. In some cases, people have lost their jobs. In even worse cases, businesses have had to fold or completely change course. Sometimes people get burned by Google in other …

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Google Expands Wire Transfer AdSense Payments

Google announced that it is making wire transfer payments in AdSense available in more countries. The feature lets publishers have their earnings deposited directly into their bank accounts. Google’s Miki Noda explains, “With wire transfer, your earnings are deposited directly into your bank account, offering you a fast, secure, and convenient way to receive AdSense payments. If you’re not already …

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