I have seen some hubbers make a claim that one hub is earning more than another which baffles me because I know we can see daily traffic, earnings, etc but that is for all hubs.
Is there a way for hubbers to get earnings information for each hub?
I'm assuming they're basing that on:
1. Traffic. Obviously a higher traffic hub earns more (generally).
2. Google Analytics. You can track which hubs earn the most on Adsense.
3. eBay sales can be tracked internally and Amazon lets you see what items are sold. If you're selling what's displayed on your hubs, you can tell that way.
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