I want to know whether there is any way I can keep track of all the clicks on Google Adsense Ads on my hub.
I mean I want to know which of my hubs are more profitable.
You do it inside your Adsense account - go to 'adsense set up' then 'Channels' then 'URL channels'. If you like you can create a different channel for each Hub. You can then dig into the adsense reports to find out which hubpages include the clicks.
Hope this helps...
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