Friday, February 8, 2008

Updated MyWidgets Page Now Live!

Publishers logging-in to check their WidgetBucks earnings will now see some new additions to their MyWidgets page. This was originally mentioned in a post January 28. Here is a summary of the updates:

  • A "roll-up" summary view of Widget/PPC and CPM revenue and impressions, including their pie chart equivalents. The totals are a reflection of the date range selected.
  • Column totals for all relevant columns in the Widgets and CPM tab views
  • The default date range upon login will be set to "This Month." This eliminates the need for publishers to adjust the date range during each visit, while still giving flexibility to manually select dates.
  • A "notes" feature will be added (along with a corresponding entry field in the New/Edit Widget pages). For each widget, we are providing publishers with the ability to add internal notes that won't appear on the widget itself. For instance, a publisher can note a particular ad position (i.e. "right sidebar above About Me") or any info on recent adjustments (i.e. "changed to blue 1/28/07") in order to better keep track of their changes. Site visitors will still see the main widget "Name" assigned by the publisher.
- Dean

6 comments:

Prashanth said...

heyy dis is gr8...........

Pepperclick said...

Much easier to see what is happening stat and earning wise.
This is a great improvement!

Tony topix said...

I really appreciate all that your staff is doing in order to make the smaller site owner like myself a little less confused.

CB said...

And yet again your reporting is delayed. Change the record!

Team WidgetBucks said...

@CB: on the contrary. as i sit here at 1:14 pt, all widgetbucks reporting is showing through yesterday, feb. 8. please check your date range selection -- perhaps you haven't changed that to show through the most current day.

Sai said...

Please try to make your widgets a bit light, many visitors complain me about slow loading of my site for them, and moreover it costs them their bandwidth too !!