If you don’t use Google AdSense, you can pull data from any of our 100+ one-click, native integrations or
from spreadsheets, databases and other APIs.
By connecting your Adsense account, get answers to the following:
Discover trends such as a steady decline or increase in earnings and impressions RPM, or a sharp dip or spike--dig in to learn why this happened.
What else can you track and visualize with our robust integration with AdSense? When it comes to analyzing your campaigns, pretty much anything:
There are numerous metrics and metric combinations you can track using AdSense. And in Databox, you can quickly visualize dozens of AdSense metrics in various ways.
Read more about Databox’s Google AdSense integration.
Clicks is a metric in Google AdSense that measures the number of times a user clicks on an ad displayed on a website or app. It is an important metric for publishers as it directly impacts their revenue.
CPC, or cost per click, is the amount of money an advertiser pays for each click on their ad. It is a popular metric in online advertising, reflecting the effectiveness and profitability of ad campaigns.
The Estimated earnings metric is an approximate amount of revenue that a publisher is expected to earn from AdSense ads displayed on their website or app. It takes into account various factors such as the number of ad impressions, clicks, and ad types.
The Estimated earnings by Bid Type metric shows how much revenue is earned by each bidding method used in your AdSense account, such as cost per click (CPC) or cost per thousand impressions (CPM).
The Estimated earnings by Country metric in Google AdSense shows the amount of revenue earned from ads displayed to users located in various countries. It helps publishers understand which countries are generating the highest revenue and adjust their strategy accordingly.
The Estimated earnings by Network metric shows the total estimated revenue earned by a publisher through the AdSense program across all network types, including AdSense for Content, AdSense for Search, and AdSense for Games.
Impressions refer to the number of times an ad is displayed on a website or app. It is a metric used to measure the reach and visibility of an ad campaign.
Impressions RPM (revenue per thousand impressions) is a metric that indicates the estimated amount of earnings for every 1000 ad impressions served on a webpage. This is calculated by dividing estimated earnings by the number of ad impressions and multiplying the result by 1000.
Impressions by Network is a metric in Google AdSense that shows the number of times ads were displayed to users on a specific network, such as the Display Network or AdSense for Search. It is a measure of ad exposure and can help publishers understand which networks are generating the most ad views.
Page Views CTR (Click-Through Rate) is the ratio of the number of clicks on your ads to the number of page views on your website, calculated as a percentage. It indicates the effectiveness of your ad placements and design in generating clicks from your audience.
Page Views RPM is a Google AdSense metric that represents the revenue earned per 1000 pageviews on a website. It is calculated by dividing the total earnings by the number of pageviews, multiplied by 1000.
Page Views refer to the number of times a webpage on a website has been viewed by a user on their screen, regardless of how many times they refresh the page.
The Total Earnings metric in Google AdSense refers to the accumulated amount of revenue earned by a publisher from ad clicks, impressions, and other activities within a specific time frame.
Sometimes, you’ll want to dive deeper into performance. When you need to customize this template (or any other dashboard) to
include different metrics, add metrics from different sources, etc., you can do so by using Databox’s Dashboard Designer.
The Designer allows you to easily drag-and-drop metrics and visualizations from any data source right into your dashboard.
Visualizing your performance data in a way that’s easy for everyone to interpret is the first step toward actually improving performance. So, what can you do when any of these metrics is trending down?
We’ve collected a few resources that contain tips from hundreds of other paid marketers on how to improve your overall campaign performance and maximize revenue:
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