Enable Google AdSense-Analytics Integration

Google Adsense-Analytics integration is creating a lot of buzz and almost every blogger/publisher waiting for this integration to arrive on their AdSense account. Yes, Google is offering this integration option on-demand so first thing you have to do is fill-up this small form.

Once you submit it, integration link will appear in your account as highlighted below within 24 hours.


Once you follow that link, you will be asked to integrate your existing Google Analytic account or if you don’t have one, you can create new Google Analytic account.


After that, you will be presented a list of websites (profiles) to link with AdSense. If you have only one blog/website its fine. Otherwise you can make a choice!


Next you need to select primary domain in case you have multiple domains on your account. I don’t think this will make much difference except one presented in next step below.


In final step, you will get new codes for non-primary domains. No code change is needed for primary domain. This is the only advantage of a choice you made in above step. There may be more to it, but it will become clear with time later on!


After this you will get Adsense performance results with a day in Analytics. The entire linking process is available as a video too. Watch it…

Do not forget to check following video to get maximum out of this integration. I am sure, careful usage of this feature will increase your sites overall revenue in coming days! πŸ™‚

Link: Request form for Google Adsense-Analytic Integration


p@r@noid December 17, 2008

Thanks for the guide it is very helpful

venkat December 17, 2008

This one is very helpful to all bloggers,I submitted the form and waiting for integration link from Google.

Rahul Bansal December 20, 2008

Your welcome bro.. πŸ™‚

I guess you might have got integration link by now.
Keep exploring the topic and share your findings with fellow bloggers. πŸ™‚

Alex December 21, 2008

This doesn’t seem very official, I mean the AdSense team can find your Name and Publisher ID by looking at your account, so why would they need all this information? And hosting it on Google Docs…

Rahul Bansal December 23, 2008

Well I can get your Publisher ID too by visiting your site. πŸ˜€
Take it or leave it… choice is yours! πŸ™‚

Raju December 23, 2008

It is very very authentic. I have tried this and it worked the very next day. Rahul is so right!Getting the publisher ID is no big deal, matter of few seconds πŸ˜€

Bilal Ahmad November 15, 2010

I am facing a problem. My adsense account is showing “Go to your google analytic account” but enable to see the adsense result in my analytics account.

Technopsisblog August 25, 2012

I have been having trouble integrating the two accounts for ages, but finally found the solution! I made a quick little video about this.

See how to integrate your adsense account into your analytics account here: http://technopsisblog.com/integrate-adsense-into-analytics