AdSense Expands Western Union Quick Cash to Singapore, Cambodia and Laos

Google AdSense expands its Western Union Quick Cash, an AdSense payment method to three additional Southeast Asia countries to "Singapore, Cambodia and Laos."Please note, "Western Union payments will only be send to publishers that have an individual account. Also, the payee name on your account must exactly match the government-issued ID card that you'll use […]

Google AdSense Western Union Quick CashGoogle AdSense expands its Western Union Quick Cash, an AdSense payment method to three additional Southeast Asia countries to "Singapore, Cambodia and Laos."

Please note, "Western Union payments will only be send to publishers that have an individual account. Also, the payee name on your account must exactly match the government-issued ID card that you'll use when picking up your payments."

For those of you who aren't familiar, "Western Union Quick Cash payments are free and will reach you faster than checks. Payments follow our normal payment schedule and are available for pickup in your local currency at your local Western Union agent the day after they're issued."

For more information on how to sign up for and pick up Western Union payments, you can refer to this Help Center article.

In other AdSense post, the API team today published an article walking through the process of adding AdSense reporting to dashboard. The team show how to easily create the dashboard using the Google AdSense Management API and the Google Chart Tools.

You can access the AdSense Management API from different programming languages using the appropriate Google APIs Client. Check our documentation for AdSense Management API specific information.

The Google Chart Tools API are accessible using Javascript, check this "Hello Charts" example for a quick start lesson on the API.

The expample line chart displaying tips when hovering over points is live here, along with  the source code.

You can start immediately by using Google API Explorer and Google Visualization PlayGround. You can also use the Explorer to query Management API, and then use the results inside the code on the Visualization PlayGround to generate a chart.

You can refer this article to learn how to create the line chart.