My click payouts vary wildly from 1 cent on up to 70 cents - but I have no idea how to figure out which hubs earn the highest payouts... is there a way to track this?
I don't seem to have connected analytics to adsense, but one thing that helps is to choose keywords carefully when writing.
I choose the keyword in part because they have a cost per click over $1.00 and preferably more.
But even when you do this, individual ads can have very low payouts.
You'll need to use Google Analytics to determine this.
ok, I'm using that - but I guess I just haven't figured it out yet. How, exactly, would I check?
You can either add each hub as a URL channel in AdSense or, as was already pointed out, you can connect AdSense and Analystics and view the info there. Once you connected them, from your dashboard in Analytics, choose Content > AdSense.
Setting the url channel in adsense account will help you to track earnings on each hub plus in future you can write on profitable topics.
How you would see which hubs are earning the most you would go to your google anaLystics account. In the dashboard click on content > then ad$ense and look through that information.It will give which hubs are generating click $ and how much each one has made. I think this is what you are looking for.
Edit: oop$ Irohner already stated this
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