I have money trickling into my adsense, slowly. Is there a way to find which hub is making me money? I have an Google analytics account configured, but unable to figure out which hub is making money and how much.
Help please! If there are any previous related threads please point me to it, I was unable to find one.
thank you in advance.
You have to track the hubs individually with URL channels in AdSense and then you see exactly what each one made.
Or it can be done through Analytics (although there is for some reason a slight discrepancy between the two sets of figures). Whilst Adsense accoutn is more accurate, Analytics is much more useful (for example I can find out the source of a click).
How can you find the source of the click ?
BristolBoy, I linked my Adsense and Analytics account. Followed the instructions on Google's blog, but still I do not see stats for Adsense content (Menu Item on Left Bar). I created my analytics account 8 days ago. I also use a non-gmail account. I am not sure if these might be the reason.
I will try relache's suggestion.
I think it is absolutely critical to look into this data to fine tune existing hubs and to find topics for new (related) hubs.
Is there anyone who knows how to add Hubpages to Analytics if it's not your primary site. The secondary sites need to have additional code added to the header of the page.
There seems to be a bit of confusion about this. You can do it in either Adsense manually or in Analytics dynamically.
HubPages.com has to be your primary site for this to work.
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