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In Adsense we can create custom channel that could be use anywhere which in turn helps us get an idea of earning coming from there. Hence I was wondering, what if Hubpages could allow us to associate an Adsense channel for a Hub. In that way we could monitor our income better and also understand the kind of article to write which in turn would also help us improve the quality of our Hubs. What say guys?
You can already create a custom channel for each Hub within Adsense, not sure I understand what else HubPages could do?
What Marisa means is that you can use a Google AdSense URL Channel to track an individual hub. It's almost the same as a custom channel, but doesn't require us (HubPages) to do any work ...
but with url channel we shall have to create one channel after writing each hub n making a channel with the url in adsense, is there any way this process could be made less redundant??
mostly consider when someone has over 100 hubs this adsense account shall be too full of hub url to track..
is there any way by which hubpages/adsense could gives us the breakdown of clicks on each hubs just like it gives us the break down of Views on our hubpages account dashboard??
Through the AdSense API we could automatically create channels for you for each hub, but we'd still be at the mercy of the AdSense channel limits (which I believe are now 500 channels). There are lots of users with more than 500 hubs, so it would be difficult to automatically determine what to do in that case.
Anyway, we've decided to focus our limited resources on other things for now, since there is a reasonable solution already for those that really want to track each hub. At some point in the future, we may offer more advanced channel options ...
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If I see an error on someone's hub, should I tell them? Or is that bad HubPages etiquette?I'm talking about a spelling error or something similar.
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