I see a lot of hubbers are well over the limit and I am getting close. If you make some url channels inactive do you still get paid for the clicks. What do you do?
Like Wry said, you don't have to set up a channel for each Hub any more. However I still do it that way because I had most of them set up already, before the Analytics option was available. I have over 100 Hubs and still have channels to spare so you don't have anything to worry about.
Don't bother using URL channels for each article you write!
You can connect Adsense and Google Analytics so you automatically get a breakdown of which page is earning you what. Far easier.
If you have no URL channels at all, you still get paid, just you see it as a lump sum. I have a URL channel for each website I write on (HP, Wizzley, Webanswers, own websites etc).
I have a channel for each site I write in and for the profiles here .,.. and that is about it.. maybe about five or six..all put together..
How do you connect Adsense and Google Analytics so you automatically get a breakdown of which page is earning you what. I see traffic sources and all that but I don't see earning on each article. I like to see my earnings on each article so I can see what is earning for me.
by BundleBoy7 years ago
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by Lily Rose6 years ago
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by Paula Atwell7 years ago
Now what? How do you organize?
by Eileen Hughes6 years ago
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by Lily Rose6 years ago
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by Traqqer6 years ago
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