I'm trying to verify that my Adsense accn't is tabulating the activity on my hubs. I can't find any reference to hubpages on my Adsense accn't. There are statistics there, but I have other websites using the account, so I can't tell if hubpages is in the mix. Can anyone tell me how I can be sure my Adsense accn't is properly linked to my hubpages?
From our end, it looks like your AdSense is correctly associated with your HubPages account. If you want to see exactly how much you're earning on HubPages as opposed to your other sites, you can add a URL channel in your AdSense account for hubpages.com.
For more detailed instructions on how to do so, please see the Learning Center entry on AdSense Channels.
Ms. Ruud, correct me if I'm wrong.
On Google AdSense if HubPages is correctly associated it should say 'luisegonzalez.hubpages.com", now instead of "hubpages.com" which became effective after the sub domain change, correct?
Mine doesn't - it still shows HubPages.com. I've wondered if I should change it, but I'm still earning and would kind of hate to lose what little I'm getting.
The way AdSense works, adding a domain includes all subdomains, so you do not need to authorize your subdomain separately.
Look at the sites listed under performance reports. It will show you everywhere your AdSense ID has been displayed.
There are no sites listed under performance reports! All I see is a graph with total page views, and a list of the dates with page view stats, but no sites listed anywhere on the page. ???
Oh, wait! Found it! Under the sites tab. It does list hubpages.com and also someone's name, like johnsmith.hubpages.com....would that maybe be a hub that I posted someplace with my referral code?
Yes, if someone clicked on a referral link either:
-You display your adverts 10% of the time on any part of the site they visit till the cookie expires OR
-If they sign up, you get 10% of advert impressions from all their hubs for the life of their account.
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