How can I check if Adsense is set up correctly on all my hubs? I still find my earnings are pretty low.
Go to earnings -> affiliate settings section. Give your google adsense publisher id in affiliate code. If it is already given and status is active means the ads are running on pages which are qualified for the google ads.
If you want to see traffic to the pages, configure google analytics for your profile. This will show no of hits in each hub published by you.
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