I have an adsense channel for myworkdomain.com and for myhomedomain.com Is there any way to create a similar channel (in Google) that tracks aadsense on my hubs? Thanks!
That's easy. Just make a channel for http://hubpages.com/profile/Paraglider
You are done!
If you want to track your individual Hub's performance, just create channels with the individual URLs of your hubs. Best Regards
Sure, to track all of your hubpages impressions, just set up a channel for "hubpages.com". And as SunSeven said, if you wanted to track individual hubs you can set up a channel for the entire hub URL, for instance:
That's great - thanks both!
At this stage, I'll set up the 'catchall' version, and start worry6ing about individual pages when (if) one or two of them start performing.
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