Adsense not tracking Hubpages.com -- HELP!
My adsense acct is tracking my blogger clicks great, but Hubpages.com not even showing up. Did I set up the channel incorrectly? Or is the problem in my affiliate settings? Someone please help me!!
I had adsense set up to track URL www.hubpages.com. I think I am supposed to set it up to track the individual hubpages; is that correct? (i.e. http://hubpages.com/hub/SevenPoundsWorthofRedemption)
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
You can either set up a URL channel for http://hubpages.com (no www), if you want to keep track of your earnings for HubPages as a whole, or you can set up URL channels for each individual hub you publish, if you want to see which hubs are earning the most.
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