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January 25, 2005

Changes to the AdSense reporting page

If you are an avid channel stat checker, AdSense has just added a few new features to their drop down menu in the reporting area of the AdSense control panel.

Before, whenever you would check channel stats when they became available, you would have to select the correct dates from the date drop down menus, as there was not a preset date range to check channel stats once they became available. I have requested an option of "2 days ago" in the drop down menu, to save people a few mouse clicks, and my wish was granted today.

Also added to the date range drop down menu, is "Last business week".

Now options in the drop down menu include:

Well done Google, I know many channel checkers who wait until midnight PST to check their channel stats will find this very convenient.

Posted by Jenstar at January 25, 2005 02:02 PM

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Google's affiliate program: http://www.google.com/referral/

I am sure this is old news to you, but missed the post if you blogged it...

Posted by: Jonathon Mays at February 2, 2005 12:32 PM

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