I have 68 hubs here at hubpages..Also 20 blogs ive posted at a blogging site and 30 pages ive created at blogger.com which all have adsense on them. Does that mean I have 118 channels left?
I am also confused at another blog site called Blogfeast where they say you can create 1000s of blogs and earn revenue and Im not sure how if Google only allow 200 "channels" which are "pages" im assuming?
Please can someone help a confused me please.
I think you can make three or more channel.
3.your 20 blogs blogging site.
Then you can totally see your earning on every website.You don't need to set up every channel.
If you want to get more clearly about one channel,just set a new channel to it .
There is no limit to the number of sites you can run AdSense on. Channels are just a way to separately track the impressions, clicks, and earnings from the different places you use AdSense. They are not created automatically for you, you have to set them up in your AdSense account if you want to use them.
The simplest way to use them is to set up URL channels for each site, as youku described.
learn more at google
Wow, unlimited number of adsense channals! that sounds cool and very releiving to know, thanks for that infomation and your promt responce Pauldeeds and Youku.
I have tried placing google "analytics" to my hubpages but I was told to email the html code to hubpages as im not the site owner!? which I have done am wondering if theres another way. With regards to "tracking" all the pages using the Hubpages tracker fingymajiggy. Im guessing its going to be a lonngg night as I have not done this yet..I have read this many times but it still goes wayy over my head lol.. I am not blonde btw.. no offence to blonds..oops to late lol..
To set up analytics, you don't need to email the code to us. Just look for the part of the code that looks something like this (with digits in place of the # signs):
It will be on a line that looks like this in the code:
_uacct = "UA-111111-1";
Just copy the area between the quotes (UA and dashes included) into the Analytics box on your HubPages my affiliate page.
If you have trouble you can always email all the code to email@example.com and we'll help you get it set up. (It may take a few days after you enter the code at HubPages before you see data in the analytics reports)
Thanks Paul , I had emailed your team already and they kindly responded with my code and explained to me where to implement it which has been done now ,
Thankyou again for all your responces, Its much appreciated..
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