It’s about time Google AdSense addressed the usability issues within its current system where webmasters are forced to make changes within the Google AdSense interface then manually replace AdSense code on their sites.
New changes at Google AdSense will let publisher ad unit color and channel settings for new AdSense for content ad units be saved in AdSense account every time ad code is generated, and changes from their accounts will automatically take place on the live ads being served from the sites. Doing so will make it very easy for publishers to test different forms of AdSense code layout and colors.
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Then, if you’d like to change any of these settings in the future, all you do is make the update within your account — you’ll no longer need to manually replace the ad code on all of your pages.
For instance, you can quickly change the borders of all your 300×250 medium rectangles from red to blue with just a few mouse clicks. Fancy! We hope that this new feature will help you save time and will simplify the process of optimizing your ad units.
As we noted above, please keep in mind that the ad management feature isn’t yet available in any publisher accounts. We’ll be rolling it out in phases in the next few weeks, and we’ll follow up with another post at that time to help you better understand how to use the feature. When you see the “Manage Ads” page appear under your AdSense Setup tab, you’ll know the feature is available for you to use