January 28, 2006
AdSense "Quick Reports" section of control panel updated
AdSense has changed their control panel interface when it comes to viewing reports, making it easier for publishers to quickly switch between checking stats for ads and for search.
Formerly under the reporting tab, advanced reporting was split into two tabs - "Advanced Reports - Ad Performance" and "Advanced Reports - Search Performance". Now, both are combined into a single "Advanced Reports" tab, where you can select between Ad and Search reports from a drop down menu without having to change screens.
They still need to update all of the support documents in the help files with this new information, as they all reference the old style of selecting between ad and search performance. This change will be appreciated by AdSense stat junkies who check all their stats at 15 minute intervals ;)
Posted by Jenstar at January 28, 2006 02:46 PM
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Has anyone heard anything more from Google about this? I was wondering if perhaps it applied only to those referrals made after they changed the policy.
If it did, that would be a way for Google to save face -- a little bit anyway, it still looks sneaky.
Posted by: Michael at January 30, 2006 11:17 AM
Have you ever visited this site in Opera? It doesn't look as it should.
Posted by: Ionut Alex. Chitu at January 30, 2006 12:53 PM
It's a good move from a user interface standpoint. Makes the roll out of future products/services more scalable (for example now they can make Advanced Reports for referrals without needing to add yet another "reporting" tab.
Posted by: Shawn Hogan at February 1, 2006 08:27 PM
Chitika payments went out on time this month and YPN payments went out as well.
Pretty good news for all of us.
Posted by: John K at February 2, 2006 12:53 AM
Hi Jen, what you think about new Amazne Sence, as in http://dudlydum.blogspot.com/2006/02/amazon-sense.html ?
Posted by: Darty at February 7, 2006 04:21 PM