Google Adsense Interface Version 3

Google revealed a new Adsense interface known as Version 3 in November of last year and since its announcement, the new interface was kept in closed beta testing to a few Adsense publishers. I wasn’t lucky enough to be selected as one of the beta testers so the only time I’ve seen the new user interface was through screenshots posted on blogs by other beta testers.

When I logged in to my Adsense account this morning, instead of the usual page I was greeted by a page that asked me to try out the new Adsense interface. I didn’t hesitate and clicked on the “Try the new Adsense” button. After a year of waiting, I finally got to try and see the new Adsense interface aka Version 3 for myself.

Screenshots:
Google Adsense Interface Version 3

Google Adsense Interface Version 3

What’s New?

  • More Insights – Actionable data helps you better understand your performance and make more informed business decisions.
  • More Control – Easier to use, richer controls help you protect your brand – all in one place.
  • Greater Efficiency – Redesigned interface helps you find what you’re looking for and complete tasks quickly and easily.

Features in full detail here.

I really like the new Ajaxified Adsense user interface and I think that it’s much better than the previous one. Aside from the cleaner design/layout, the new interface offers a much more detailed view of earning reports, more control over ads and advertisers and best of all, it’s user-friendly.

Anyone else tried the new Google Adsense user interface? Do you prefer the old or the new interface? What other features or options should Google add to the new user interface? Please share your thoughts.

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15 Comments

  • Abhik, December 17, 2010 @ 12:05 PM Reply

    @Jay,
    The comments are disabled for posts older than 30 days..
    But, it should be there now.

    Thanks for your time to read out the review :)

  • JP Habaradas, November 22, 2010 @ 9:50 AM Reply

    @Jonathan – That’s right, but this new interface is still in beta so I think they might eventually add those features back in the near future.

  • Jonathan, November 22, 2010 @ 9:48 AM Reply

    I prefer some parts of the older version and some parts of the new version. I.e. They have taken some features away I enjoyed in the first version and there are some features which I enjoy in this new V3 version.

    Whatever the case, any interface update is more than welcome. :)

  • JP Habaradas, November 21, 2010 @ 5:35 PM Reply

    @trench – Ei buddy, long time no see! Good to hear from you again. Yep, this new interface is nice and better than the old one. :D

  • trench, November 21, 2010 @ 5:33 PM Reply

    I really like it. Im a fan.

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