I published a hub last night and put my url in my Adsense account under url channels and I noticed the amount of url channels did not increase. So I add the link 3 times and still its not making a channel. Just to let everyone know.
Once you have associated your adsense account with HubPages and allowed 3rd Party access in your adsense account settings, I think, there is no need to add URL of your published hubs separately. You need to just allow the "Ads On" and it should work. However I am not aware of adding URL of hubs published if you have taken adsense through HP and it is not a regular account.
I am not sure what your talking about because I make a url channel for each hub so I can see which hubs are earning. I put my profile link in a long time ago.
I just want to see what is earning and I hate G.A.
To celar things up, those who use their AdSense IDs outside of HubPages can use the sites report (without creating URL channels) to see their AdSense metrics on each domain.
Are you still having trouble getting that new channel set up?
You may want to visit your Google Ad Sense page for the changes that are happening with Ad sense.
It sounds like you would be better off using Google Analytics as opposed to Adsense URL channels if you want to see what each hub is earning, not sure, but I think there could be a limit to how many URLs you can add to Adsense URL Channels. Adsense URL channels are more for different websites you write on, e.g. HP, Wizzley, Xobba etc (one for each). Plus as Simone says, there is now no need to add each URL manually because you can view the info for each domain (site) you write on in Adsense anyway in the 'site's report'.
by Paula Atwell6 years ago
Now what? How do you organize?
by David 4706 years ago
Is there a way I can setup separate channels for multiple hub accounts? So I can see how much traffic/clicks I am getting from each one individually rather than a whole.
by Cagsil2 years ago
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by Kapil Thakar3 years ago
Once you have applied you cannot change. It sucks and a lot of people have this problem. I suggest checking the Google adsense forums to see if they have found a work-around yet.
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