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AdSense publisher ID overview

Google AdSense is an advertising program that was launched in the middle of 2003 by Google, the popular search engine. Google acts as an intermediary between a vast number of advertisers and an equally impressive number of website owners. The program is automatically placed on websites text and image ads that are appropriate for the context. After that, site owners (publishers) can advertise and earn revenue for clicks (Conversions for sponsored links) or views.

AdSense publisher ID

Each AdSense account has Google AdSense ID also known as AdSense client ID or AdSense Publisher ID, which is unique to each AdSense publisher. After Google provided a new user interface, some people have had difficulty finding their AdSense Publisher ID.

Alternatively, you can find your publisher ID number within your AdSense code. Just locate the AdSense code in the HTML source code of your website, and you’ll spot your publisher ID in a line like the one shown below:
We think this is not a good way for users, who are novice in HTML.

In order to help them, I have developed this tool. It is based on an alternative way of finding publisher ID numbers within AdSense code on a site. All you need is put the URL to a site with at least one AdSense block into the field above.

Few months ago Google provided Your AdSense page where you can find your Publisher ID too. Before use, you must be logged into your AdSense account.

Google Analytics ID overview

The tracking ID is a string like UA-000000-2. It must be included in your tracking code to tell Analytics which account and property to send data to.

The tracking ID is automatically included in the JavaScript snippet for websites, but also needs to be included in other tracking technologies like the SDKs and the Measurement Protocol for Analytics to work.

The first set of numbers (000000, in the example above) refers to your account number, and the second set of numbers (2) refers to the specific property number associated with the account.

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