I have one adsense account and analytics account in same email ID .According to google ,
"Now you can track your earning sources in adsense , by using google analytics"
But adsense earnings shows some amount (nearly 5 $ for month july) but my analytics account can't track (which all hubbs gets clicks)..it shows Zero earnings.
Can any one help me? Try to write hub about this .it will help full for every one facing same problem
Hi, GOOGLE IS WATCHING YOUR EVERY MOVEMENT !....
Google watching every IP address. i think you did a lot of fraud click!... If you click the adds from same IP in many times google is not given amount for you. And one more information, google is calculating your web page impression, avg time, site coming from search engine or direct traffic how log you are in adds page .. after that google will give a money to you>
ALL THE BEST .
Am not here for adsense income ,it only some source of pocket money for me....I nver ask any one for fraud clicks... in last month, my total page imp 12306 ,clicks 180 ,ecpm 2.00 and earnings 25 $ . but according to my anlytic a/c my earnings are zero ....
But have you connected your accounts and added your hubpage profile url as the identifyer to track all of your hubpages?
Um, you're an SEO Expert that doesn't know this answer? All of the instructions I'm pretty sure are in the Google Webmaster Central blog.
Me too actually...lol! anyone can declare themselves an expert on the internet by label alone...unless he skipped that part at seo expert school!(It could happen...!)
hey , i have a problem , that why i ask tips other experts from here . Depth of expertness is changes with domain area ...am expert to small area called kerala but you people are experts from whole world .
When comparing with you ,am a school student and you are scientists in that domain
i think i need to explain i have 80 +hubs in hubpages , also have 20 blogs and 1 website . And tracking adsense earnings by its domian name only .
Now i want to track which all pages from my blogs ,websites and hubbs are generating income ,how i set that in google analytics.
Enter link of each hub and webpages is not practical , So please suggest me another way....
Right for hubpages you use your hubpages profile url as the tracker to track all hubpages in your google analytics account, so add that and after 24 hours or more you'll begin to see traffic and earnings results for each separate hubpages, in your adsense account you should have put http://hubpages.com to track all of your hubpages from there.
Any blogs should be the homepage domain name and nothing else as should be the website, so this would be http://www.yourblogorwebsite.com
Hope this helped SEK!
WaynewT - I tried to put my profile URL in and Gooogle gave an invalid input message:
Now if I put this:
I can see visits, traffic keywords, etc but without the adsense data it is pretty meaningless.
Can you please clarify?
Did you put that in your adsense account or google analytics?
My hubpage url went in my google analytics account and the http://hubpages.com went in my adsense account.
Bear in mind that I have these two accounts linked so sharing the data is easier and more statistically advantageous!
Bear in mind that I have these two accounts linked so sharing the data is easier and more statistically advantageous!.....
Yeah. I dug around and see that they are not linked - but it will not let me link them. Thanks for trying, but i think this is past troubleshooting on a forum. For some reason Adsense will nto show me the option of linking to an existing analytics acct.
Too bad - Hubs are pretty useless if you can't even track which one is generating money. Spreading your efforts evenly over 100s of hubs is ridiculous.
I think I will have to contact an analytics vendor and pay to get this fixed. I have been struggling with it for a week.
Some people got a message on their Adsense account ages ago, offering them the chance to link their Analytics and Adsense accounts. The message only started appearing on my Adsense account recently. I think it's something they're introducing gradually.
I didn't know you could track earnings in Analytics anyway. I do that in Adsense - just enter each Hub as a separate URL Channel, and you'll be able to see exactly which Hub is earning what.
Click on the Adsense Setup tab, then Channels, then URL Channels, and "add new URL Channels".
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