View Full Version : Free AdSense Tool
02-16-2004, 09:32 AM
Do you post Google ads on your site? If so, I'd like you to check out this AdSense charting tool and post your opinions on it here.
Do you find the chart tool useful? If so, why?
My sources indicate that the AdSense chart creators will soon be adding a field for "last check received from Google..."
02-17-2004, 09:15 PM
Quite a nice tool Garrett! It helps me to see what trends are working at specific times. I think for the businesses who have multiple websites, it's a great (and simple) tool to use...I've bookmarked it.
I've bookmarked it as well but I imagine using it about once a month or so. I agree that it will be most useful to those who run Adsense on more than one site. Still, a couple of the stats there are not provided directly through the Google adSense reports (ie. average earning per impression and average earning per click) and that makes it quite useful.
One interesting thing to note (while I was there anyway) was the non-relevance of the Google AdSense ads there. Right at the top was an ad for pomegranate juice - ???? - ah well, no one gets it right all the time.
02-18-2004, 06:24 AM
Great tool !
I've bookmarked it too and will check it out regularly. Sure helps me gain insight in the AdSense program on my website.
Thanx for this one Garrett
02-18-2004, 11:18 AM
I have just convinced myself to put the Google search bar in my web site, (I'm still alittle mad about the Florida update). You can put the adsense on your site too? Could someone please refresh my memory? I am really running on empty here.
Yes, you can have both the Google search bar and AdSense on your site. It's a lot easier to get the search bar - pretty much anyone can have it - AdSense program requires you to be approved by Google. You'll want to be very sure your site is in tip-top shape and have enough original content.
Here's a link to the program's home page - from there you can click on Policies and/or apply.
Google AdSense (https://www.google.com/adsense/home)
Best of luck and have a great day!
02-18-2004, 05:04 PM
Looks like a great resource to view the results in a different fashion than that list of numbers, clicks and percentages. Let's you see the results visually rather than numerically.
Now if someone would come up with a way to do some serious click tracking and work out how to optimize Adsense for higher clickthrough and/or find more valuable search phrases within your own site, we'd have a real winner.
02-19-2004, 09:47 AM
Thank you very much. I will look into it.
That's a pretty nice tool! -- Maybe I can use this to figure out what time of day I'm most likely to get Adsense clicks, and dynamically change to an alternative program during that time, to see if something else works better with that audience.
I sure wish adsense provided better details on which pages generate the big bucks and higher clickrates.
I know it would increase the likelihood of scamming, but SOME of us might want to run another program that isn't depended upon keywords for those sad and lonely pages that don't get high bids for its keywords.