I have embedded links within the text of my first three hubs on hubpages:
<snipped links - not necessary to answer the question>
I can see how many visits these are getting on a daily basis but I can't find where you can see the number of click throughs for each link. Does Hubpages track this? Or do I just have to depend on my google analytics attached to the destination of each link?
Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance!
Posting links to your own Hubs for promotional purposes is a violation of the forum rules.
Your Google analytics will track the cliks as well as the dashboard on your Adsense account. In your analytics you can add the URL of each hub as a channel to track seperately.
Just remember that page views are not the same as impressions. Impressions depends on how many adblocks are showing on your pages. For example, if you have 3 Google adblocks on a page and you get 10 page views then your analytics will show roughly 30 impressions. You check your CTR click through rate on your adsense account.
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