Yesterday I changed to Google adsense new interface Beta. Some features like graphs are useful. And earning details are clear.Have you tried?
me too.The new interface showing less ad impression than the old impression.
I am not a big fan of it, but its probably because I am not used to it. Do we have to switch or ?
I used old one for a few days only before making a change to new look. I can not say I like it much. But, maybe I am not used to it yet. Will see.
Yes here (Belgium) too.
I like the new interface.
Please be aware that RPM is based on impressions while eCRM is based on pageviews.
With multiple ad boxes on our hubs it's normal to see about 2-3 times more ad impressions and RPM at 35-50% the eCPM rate.
So don't panic if you see the new "low" RPM
I am confused.
With this new interface i cant seem to see where my clicks are coming from?
I hate it.. it shows I have zero earnings just like the old version did.
Hmmmm, in the old one it says I have around 1,300 page views for all, which is normal for this time of day.
But in the new one it says over 5,000! Or is that referring to something else?
In the new version things are a lot more detailed. Best check your settings, and if like me you have merged your google analytics, things will get very detailed and you might get info overload. But I like it, it's better and explained better, the help guides are good.
I came to know yesterday that you can add 500 channel in the new interface. Sounds good.
Can you try it and then switch back to the old version if you don't like it, or are you stuck with the new one once you switch?
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