Is it possible to use statcounter in hub pages?
Nowadays invalid clicks are the great headache for the google adsense users. if the adsense account holders (we) find the invalid click activity, we can inform this to google and prevent our account disable.
Is it possible to use statcounter in hub pages? (to find the invalid click activity) or is any other method to find invalid clicks?
No most likely not. However, Hubpages has its own version of statcounter which is very similar if not better than what StatCounter has to offer.
No, that is not possible as you can only configure affiliate settings in HubPages. You can sign up for Google Analytics however which gives you a pretty good idea of who your visitors are, where they come from and the number of views that you get per hub.
If you suspect clicks to be invalid you can report that to Google anyway. You can look at your Analytics data if you suspect something to be suspicious.
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