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Integrating AdSense into Google Analytics (& Why You Need to Do It RIGHT NOW)

Did you know that Google now allows you to import your AdSense data into Google Analytics? Did you know that once imported into Google Analytics, you have access to granular AdSense data that is not available through standard AdSense reports? Do you know what to do with this information to earn more money?

I have a fast and convenient post for you.

The integration of AdSense with Analytics is not new. Still, I always talk with people every week whose income depends on AdSense, but I do not know (or I just do not use) the feature.

First, you need to connect AdSense to Google Analytics, and you need to do it now. Why?

Because they do not show you historical data (although they probably have it). You will only be able to see the new stats after the integration. The sooner you connect them, the sooner you can analyze enough data to get reliable information and make smarter monetization decisions.

Integrating AdSense into Google Analytics

Sign in to Google AnalyticsClick "Admin" at the top of the page. PageUnder "Account" (left column), choose the account you want to connect toUnder "Property" (middle column), choose the specific property you want to log inClick "AdSense Links" in the middle columnSelect the AdSense property to which you want to connect analytics profileClick on "Continue" Select the analysis views in which the AdSense data should appear (for most of you, it will simply be your main analytics accountClick the "Enable link" button Click on the "Done" button

Your AdSense account is connected to your Google Analytics account It takes about 24 hours for the data to start appearing, but do not forget that only the collected data will appear AFTER you you are connected to AdSense.

What is now?

First, while qu & # 3 9, it is fun to watch once it starts reporting data, analyzing too little data is tantamount to making assumptions. You will not have anything really concrete to do for at least 30 to 60 days (or maybe even longer depending on the amount of traffic you will get).

Modified 20/08/15 to add:
Please note that Google Analytics has renamed the "AdSense" tab (and its statistics) below to "Publishers". Indeed, GA has added the ability to view reports on Google Ad Exchange and AdSense. If you're not part of Google Ad Exchange, the only data listed under this tab will be AdSense data.

To search for AdSense data, sign in to Google Analytics and click on the property for which you have the data. want to see. In the left column of the main dashboard, click the "Behavior" tab. Go to AdSense> Overview. There you will find your AdSense dashboard.

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<p> Now you will see a nice standard statistics that you see in AdSense. </p>
<p> The three most important things you can do / see now that you have integrated AdSense and Analysis? </p>
<p> The ability to segment your AdSense revenue based on things like organic traffic, traffic paid, return users, mobile traffic, etc.The ability to see which pages generate your AdSense business number (without having to configure <a href= custom strings ) The ability to see how many specific referents Generate AdSense Revenue

Example 1

Suppose I want to know the percentage of my AdSense revenue from users who visit my site on a desktop or table head, compared to those who visit my site from a mobile device. Sessions "At the top, I click the" + "button and check the boxes next to" Mobile Traffic "and" Tablet and Desktop Traffic "and click Apply. what results is a dashboard showing me the data for each.

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<p> In this example, you can see that mobile traffic represents 68, 35% of AdSense's overall business revenue for this site, although mobile traffic only accounts for 58.12% of traffic, and it even divides these statistics by page level. The majority of AdSense revenue generated by this site come from mobile traffic, which means that I know that the mobile experience is the top priority in design and optimization. </p>
<h3> Example 2 </h3>
<p> ] By going to Behavior> AdSense> AdSense Pages I can see a list of site content with AdSense statistics broken down by page level For example, instead of just knowing the global CTR of my site or a custom channel , I can now see the CTR of specific pages Instead of just knowing that The pages are mo St popular traffic wise through analysis, I can now see what types of articles generate the most AdSense revenue, have the highest CTR and most importantly, have eCPM the higher. </p>
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To recap:

Integrate your AdSense account into your Google Analytics account – right now, wait until you have a decent data pool to draw from (probably around 30-60 days) Use the data to increase your AdSense earnings

What Else?

There are so many ways to break down and use these data that you would have to write a book to cover them all. I do not intend to do that, LOL. However, I will offer some mega-tips and training for bloggers in 2015. So, make sure you are subscribed to my newsletter so as not to miss out on them.

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