I have hubpages as an allowed account access to my adsense account and I checked in hubpages and it says Adsense is "active", however where do I check the stats for my earnings for my hubpages?
I logged in my adsense account and don't see any statistics for hubpages.
I noticed this in my adsense account;
www.hubpages.com disable access
Content (AdSense Online) Not Applicable
Search (AdSense Online) Not Applicable
Referral (AdSense Online) Not Applicable
You need to make sure to add your Adsense ID to the field in the affiliates section. You will be able to check your statistics in you Adsense Account.
You can add a channel if you have other sites pulling earnings, so that you can better monitor your HubPages revenue.
Thanks for the tips.
I do have my pub ID setup in the hubpages affiliate section and I added a channel in my adsense account. How would I link the channel ID I setup though in my hubpages account as I only have the option to put in my pub ID?
I did that but not getting any impressions in adsense under hubpages.com channel.
Give it a few hours, adsense reporting is not instantaneous.
Just checked again and nothing is showing up for my adsense for the hubpages channel in my adsense account.
Maybe I don't have something setup right, how can I check?
You've only been on hubpages for two days. Give it some more time. Patience, young padawan.
The url channel should be: hubpages.com, not www.hubpages.com or anything else. Also, make sure your the adsense publisher id on the account you are checking is the same as you've associated with HubPages (ca-pub-5919730405305472).
My tracker hasn't increased one penny in about 2 weeks. Is that normal?
I haven't earned a penny yet through HubPages at Adsense. I set up channels and so far all the money I have earned is from another site. I won't say what that site was but I earned a whole 40cents yesterday. That is quite a jump from 2cents every day or so...
Okay, so I won't be putting a down payment on a Mercedes in the very near future.
Good thing I came for the writing!
I did too, Shirley. You know.... >.> I have a great-aunt Shirley Anderson..
I put in hubpages.com for the URL channel and I'm still not seeing any data. I should at least see impressions as my hubs have been viewed.
I'm still getting nothing in my adsense account for impressions showing up, where can I double check everything is setup correctly?
Sometime it takes more than 5 days to fully click in. When adding my latest blog, it tok about a week and a half to click into Adsense. Be patient.
Other than that I don't know.
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