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Been 10 yrs since I looked at my Adsense acc't--need advice

     
3:25 am on Mar 19, 2018 (gmt 0)

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Many years ago I made FrontPage sites (later quickly converted to Dreamweaver when FP suddenly died) on various topics. I was a WebmasterWorld paid member and spent hundreds of hours reading these fourms, I went to Pubcon several times, etc. Most of my sites pertained to my hobbies and interests. My ad revenue became sufficient to build a nice house. In the process of building I discovered a niche for a needed biz. For the next 10+ years I focused totally on my new biz. Meanwhile, time marched on ,new biz grew to about 10 employees, I hired a full time web guy for new biz and I stopped learning all things web and became "Boss Lady".
Now I have sold the new biz and need to go in and re-build/clean up/ try to salvage the old workhorse sites that once earned a nice income. I know they will never perform as they did before but a few bucks a month is nice 'mailbox money".
My problem: the old Adsense interface that I once watched hourly is gone, and I can't even figure out how to see what domains or url's are generating the bit of income I still get from them. I realize that I have a lot of learning to do, but for a CPA meeting tomorrow I need to be able to discuss with him which sites are earning and how much and see what all spending I do on hobby supplies, and similar, can remain a biz deduction in eyes of the IRS for 2018, ...and I simply have no idea as the new Adsense interface says 'no information' on pretty much any report I try to look at...all I can see is overall earnings...and BTW the topics of the old websites vary widely.
All advice appreciated.
4:45 am on Mar 19, 2018 (gmt 0)

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I personally use the "site" report. You cannot go as far as 10 years back, but you could probably use it for the past 3 years. It'll give you an easy sense of what domains are still earning.

It shows "no report" because certain data types are made available only after a certain year. So if you go as far as "All Time" many of these reports will say no data, because they deal with nonexistent data types.
4:52 am on Mar 19, 2018 (gmt 0)

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When you enter adesense.com, there is no a big "Websites" square with a "View report" link in the bottom left corner?
2:47 am on Mar 27, 2018 (gmt 0)

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Many years ago I made FrontPage sites


FrontPage. Me too. A lot of people used to talk poorly about FrontPage but I also had success and I learned a lot with it.

I also left AdSense for a few years and came back. I left because of a serious health incident.

I don't know if I have anything of use on a rush basis. I also found things had changed drastically when I returned. I have learned what I know about it now just by spending a lot of time reading what's on AdSense. (I still have lots of "new" to learn)

Hope you can find what you need. It has changed but worth the effort IMO.

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