Did you try out the New AdSense User Interface Beta from Google?


This morning, while I was looking on my Adsense account to see if I have managed to earn some money, I was little surprised to be welcomed with the new AdSense interface. Google has added new features and made the existing features easier to use.  If you are a publisher and use Adsense, this information must be a welcome addition to you. The new interface is designed to help publishers get more out of AdSense.

Google has added new features and made the existing features easier to use.

  • Comprehensive performance reports: View your daily stats in graph format, and gain insight into your performance with new metrics detailing the amount you’re earning from different ad types, ad sizes, targeting types, and more. Learn more
  • Quicker account maintenance: Google has streamlined the process for a number of common tasks to help you get things done more quickly. Whether you’re updating your contact information or editing a number of ad units at the same time, you’ll find that these types of tasks require fewer clicks and less account navigation than before.
  • Prominent help links: There’s now help content available on every page, so you’ll be able to quickly find answers to your questions while navigating through your account.
  • Easier access to online resources: Visit the redesigned Resources page, where you can find the latest content from the Inside AdSense blog, our YouTube channel, and our Twitter account, all within your own account.
  • Renamed features: Google has updated the names of several features in your account, in an effort to more clearly explain their purpose. While we hope the new names are more intuitive, if you’re unclear what they do, refer to the help links on the page or in the sidebar.

Try out the new user experience of Google Adsense here – http://www.google.com/ads/newadsense

What hasn’t changed in this new interface-

With all the enhancements to AdSense, you may be wondering if everything is different about the program. Some things we’ve left alone:

  • Payments: The payment methods and schedule have not changed.
  • Ad code: You do not need to update the code on your pages, and the process for adding the code to your site remains the same.
  • Ad targeting: Ads will continue to be matched to your pages as they have in the past.

Courtesy: Google Support Pages