I want to know how do I check my hubpages earnings in Adsense account.
Its strange but still I haven't figured this out yet.
I tried to look about this everywhere in adsense, but did not found about this anywhere
So how do you people check your earnings from hubpages ?
Assuming you've added your AdSense publisher ID in the link paradigmsearch left you, you can create a channel in AdSense for hubpages.com. That will track your total earnings.
You can also create a URL channel for each individual hub to track each one's earnings.
Even better is to sign up for Google Analytics and link your AdSense and Analytics accounts together. Once you do that, Analytics will track your total earnings as well as for each hub.
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