AdSense Reporting

AdSense Reporting: A New Version


AdSense reporting is the best experience for a publisher to know about how his articles are performing. It enables us a publisher to know better, to plan better & strategies better to have a good overview of his website performance.


The purpose of AdSense Reporting is to make publishers have the overview

  1. How to grow their businesses by information and insights provided in Adsense Reporting about their monetization performance, audience, and content.
  2. To achieve this goal, Google has announced a newer version of AdSense reporting. Google team is launching it in phases, so you might be seeing all the changes in your own account in a week or two.
  3. When your account will be updated, you’ll opt in the new reporting experience by default. You can choose between the old and new reports by toggling mentioned at the top of the page.
  4. The older version of Adsense reporting will be removed in September 2020.

New Features

Easy use:

The interface is restructured to have a better way for the selection of date ranges, filters, breakdowns, etc. Adsense Team has replaced metric families with a new metrics picker.

Better visualization:

A better visualization is provided by integrating charts more closely with the table. You can now view each data series on a chart with a single click.

Great mobile Experience:

Adsense Team has added mobile-optimized paging to have the same improvements on desktop and mobile devices.

Better support:

You can see information icons while hovering over them to explanation of each & every field mentioned in the metrics. This is a more in-product help.

In order to make reports more accurate, Google Adsense Team limits reporting data to three years for all AdSense products such as Adsense for content, AdSense for search, etc., and is removing YouTube and AdMob data from AdSense reports.


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