CSV AdStats Supercharges Stats for Google Adsense

Do you spend a lot of time looking at your Google Adsense reports? Are you querying your different stats in Adstats to get an idea of what works and what doesn’t several times a day?

With Google Analytics being so feature rich and has pretty graphs to give you visual feel for all the numbers, it’s a little surprising that Google doesn’t offer such performance tracking tools to its flagship brand, Adsense.

CSV AdStats is a free application that can analyze your Google Adsense data that you can download in CSV format. AdStats then calculates detailed statistical information like CPM, number of clicks, moving averages, etc.

CSV AdStats Quick Facts CSV AdStats

  • Supports automatics download of csv file from Google Adsense
  • Powerful analysis in 7-day, weekly, monthly and yearly trends
  • Choice of different parameters to get relevant stats on your earnings
  • Supports stats for ‘Search’ and ‘Referrals’ as well
  • Extensive charts give you a visual feel of your performance and you can save charts in emf, bmp, jpg or png formats
  • A timer allows you to download csv files from Adsense automatically and you can opt to get notified if the earnings go up.

Download CSV AdStats

Some of the menu options are still in French after choosing Language as English but the tool is useful enough to learn a little bit of French! :wink: Especially the automatic update throughout the day and a message with increase in earnings without the need for a browser is just incredible!

Check out some of the screenshots in this page to get an idea of what you can see in AdStats.

PrinterAnywhere – Remote Printing Can’t Get Easier

Do you ever have the need to print at home while you are at work? How about printing at a printer around the world right from the comfort of your desk?

PrinterAnywhere is a software that makes this possible. You now print to any printer in a network or even at a printer attached to a computer miles away as long as it has PrinterAnywhere installed too. It is transparent to you in printing to any printer just like the one you use in your local network.


PrinterAnywhere quick facts

  • Print documents, photos on others printers as easily as a local printer
  • No network configuration, settings or access rights knowledge required
  • PrinterAnywhere just detects any printer attached to your computer
  • Print to a remote printer directly from applications such as Word, Adobe Reader, Photo Editor, etc.
  • Encryption is used to securely transport your printing material over the network
  • Control the number of copies you want to print
  • Use it in place of fax to scan and print at a remote printer (no dedicated fax line) and the document quality is preserved as it is transmitted digitally unlike fax
  • You can also share your printer for your friends or relatives to print to
  • You can control if you want to access all print jobs or review each and every print request coming in.
  • Did I tell you it’s FREE?

I see this as a great option when you want to print something at home computer from work. How about a copy of your 401K statement you received in work email for your files at home? Or you can print that urgent image you need at an alternative printer without having to physically transfer the large file or take it with you.

Download PrinterAnywhere

The possibilities are endless and I would love to hear how you foresee using this service.

[via] Confessions of a Freeware Junkie

PuTTY Tray – Can PuTTY Get Any Snazzier?

Anyone who has had some experience working with Linux would have heard, if not used PuTTY. For those unaware, PuTTY is a free implementation of Telnet and SSH for Windows & Unix platforms and it comes with an xterm emulator. It is tiny little utility loved by Linux geeks.

Working a lot with Linux servers at work as well as with my blog host, I use PuTTY day in and day out and I have always wondered why it hasn’t changed much over the years.

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15 Must Do Tweaks For A (New) WordPress Blog

I would like to thank Keith for this awesome opportunity to meet some new folks and engage in a conversation at one of my favorite blogs! I write about Technology & cool finds in the Internet at ShanKri-la.

I just recently helped a friend move from WordPress.com blog to a self-hosted blog. As I was implementing little tweaks in it I figured that it will be great to have a list of things I did so others can use it too. Here are the tweaks in no particular order.

Although most of these tweaks are aimed at a new WordPress blog, I still have a couple or more in this list that I need to implement in ShanKri-la. I hope you will find one or two that you can use too even if you have blogged for a while.

  1. WWW or no WWW: It is best to make up your mind to use www or not in your URL. Once you have made up your mind, you should set it up to redirect so whatever a reader types in, they will be redirected to the one of your choice. Continue reading 15 Must Do Tweaks For A (New) WordPress Blog