I have a pre-existing blog on which I have Adsense.
I just published my first hub on which I have Adsense.
Does Adsense automatically distinguish between the two websites and distribute earnings accordingly? (For example, I obviously don't want to be splitting my blog earnings with hubpages.)
Or do I have to do something to distinguish the two?
You can use url trackers at your adsense account to do that.
Yes, I've already done that.
I just wanted to be sure that my hubpages didn't need to be tagged in some way.
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