Where do you find the $$$$ that indicate potential revenue for a Hub?
Click on the Hub you want to check, towards the top you will find you edit, then the stats. Click that. There will be several tabs, click the last tab, you will see the $ signs.
Hope this helps
If I am understanding your question.
The coolest way to find out which article is making the most $$$$ from adsense is to have your hubpage account and google analytics integrated.
This is done from your adsense interface. Then you go in to your analytics account and it tracks all your content. It takes a good month to accumulate stats! Sweet!!!!
You will be surprised which hubs are making $$$ I hope this helps ;-)
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