After redesigning payment section by the end of October 2013, AdSense has introduced a brand new homepage today on November 19, 2013 which has some new cool features. The new interface is one of the biggest upgrades which Google has ever made to its PPC network. Soon after logging into your account, you will be asked by Google either you are interested in upgrading to the new homepage design or not, and you will see the new interface in action once after you accept the upgrade offer.
The upgraded AdSense homepage now provides below mentioned (updated) information.
Now you can see the comparison between your earnings of the week and two consecutive months in AdSense homepage interface. AdSense compares the earnings of last month with the earnings of ongoing month and tells you either your earnings are increased or decreased. The current day earnings are also compared with the same day of the last week.
Improved Score Card
The scorecard, which shows information related with your site’s optimization for AdSense, has now an improved layout and three basic components of the scorecard, “revenue optimization”, “site health” and “Google+” sections are horizontally aligned.
It is one of the coolest features which I liked the most in new interface of AdSense homepage. Now the four top countries are listed from where you have earned the most on the day for which you are viewing the stats.
If you are running the ads from your AdSense account on more than one sites, then the new interface lists the top sites which are earning the most for you. This listing is also handy and you don’t need to dig the stats in depth for analyzing the performance of your AdSense sites individually.
This is the last feature which I liked in AdSense new interface. Top platforms i.e. desktop, mobile phones, tablets etc. are listed from where your site has generated the most income.
Drawback – In addition to above mentioned cool features, one extremely annoying drawback is also there which is the absence of the option for viewing the earnings of any specific time period like earnings of the current day, last seven days, last 30 days, last month or lifetime earnings. This feature was present in old interface but is missing in the new one which may frustrate you.
But hold on, when you upgrade to the new interface of AdSense homepage, the transition isn’t the permanent and you can go back to the old interface by clicking the option “Revert to previous homepage” option at bottom-left corner of the window.
So if you are an AdSense publisher, don’t forget to give its new homepage interface a try as you can revert to old one anytime if you don’t feel comfort with the new interface.